'Joseph explicitly wrote A Feast of Vultures, to cover stories from modern India that "never see the light of day" – not least because of the fear of legal reprisal.'
'A hard-hitting examination of the state of the nation, this is a gripping book about oligarchy in contemporary India, about the grabbing of its resources, and the impoverishment of the nation.'
-- Hindustan Times
'Joseph's book lays bare the corruption across all levels, from village panchayats to the top echelons of government and private sector, which is corroding India's innards.'
-- The New Indian Express
'A Feast Of Vultures is an important, if sobering read, meticulously researched and intelligently written.'
'A Feast of Vultures clinically examines and documents the crisis gripping the world's largest democracy.'
'The message is loud and clear: the loot should end, rhetoric should turn into action and we must change the "business as usual" approach which allows crony capitalism, scandals and scams.'
-- The Week
'Part memoir, part reportage and part polemic, A Feast Of Vultures is a cautionary tale of a nation losing its way.'
-- OPEN Magazine
'A book that breaks new ground and speaks the truth at many levels, A Feast of Vultures turns an unflinching gaze on the way democracy actually functions in India.'
-- Karthika V.K., Publisher and Chief Editor, HarperCollins Publishers, India
'Investigative journalist Josy Joseph’s book A Feast of Vultures, which deals with corruption at all levels of Indian society, opens a Pandora’s box.'
-- Coomi Kapoor, in The Indian Express
'Looking forward to reading #AFeastofVultures. Just read the Outlook article. In one word, Outstanding!'
-- Pritish Nandy, on Twitter
'This is an irritatingly brilliant book. Too sweeping, too condemnatory, and, perhaps, too true. None of the chapters in the book would have made a report for any newspaper — nor would have any news editor let them get into the newspaper. Yet, there is a story to be told, and Joseph does it with considerable competence and style. A deeply sober and sobering book. '
--Harish Khare, Editor, The Tribune
'Compassionate, observant, acute, with a strong sense of justice, all in fine, mellowed prose. I hope it is widely read.'
-- Harsh Mander
'This is going to be the book of the year! '
-- Sagarika Ghose
'A brave and brilliant book; exemplifies the best of Indian investigative journalism. '
-- Varun Gandhi