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I suspect, in time, this will be regarded as a minor masterpiece. Novels with charismatic anti-heroes and a compellingly confronting social critique usually generate controversy. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Joseph K. Fitzpatrick
Loved the book. So well-written I felt I was there, in India, living the life of the main character. Engaging, entertaining, enlightening. Brilliant. Highly recommended.Published 24 days ago by PattyBF
This book is a required reading for a college course I am taking, but it was one of many books I ordered for one of my classes. When I finally got to this book, it was defective. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Karen
I found the book somewhat depressing due to the continuing descriptions of poverty, squalor and despair. The irony of some passages is funny as black humor. The plot is convoluted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Grenier
Read for a book club. Lots of insights into Indian culture. Main character tells a wild story. Lots to talk about.Published 1 month ago by N.B.V.