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A really great book. I had to read it for my politics and literature course and enjoyed it. The main character is witty and fun to follow although the use of "beak" is a... Read morePublished 4 days ago by AJL21
I am not much of a book reader but I opted to purchase this at the suggestion of a friend who sang it's praises. The book is easy to read and a page-turner. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Varun Gadhok
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I really wanted to like this book, but it's just a little too insubstantial for me to get behind. It's a great beach or plane book—the writing is great and it is fast paced. Read morePublished 29 days ago by D. J. Pohlman
A great reflection of a very different India from some other novels. As the writer claims at the beginning - Democracy - you are kidding!Published 1 month ago by thomas green
Unfortunately a very "uninteresting ' look at the class system in India.Published 1 month ago by wendy gallagher-simeons