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From wendy doniger to Danny Boyle to this tamil guy, the easy cheap shortcut way to make s***load of money overnight and become world famous is to write a piece of crap defaming... Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Naveen Kumar
Rollicking funny story of corruption in India with a not-so-dark underside. I read "Behind the Beautiful Forevers" a few years ago. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Nancy Herring
Had to read this for class, and i have to say it is better then most stories that i have read.Published 23 days ago by Wei M.
This is a book full of humor. It is one of those you would like to read the entire book in one day.Published 25 days ago by David T. Yu
It was a well written novel just not my favorite.
Funny at times and poignant as well. Learned a lot about india's corrupted govt.
shantaram is a better read
One of my favorite novels of the last several years. I have given this book to many friends as a gift.Published 1 month ago by Elise Capron
I found the book slow reading, cannot put my finger on exactly why. It did offer a commentary on classism in India.Published 1 month ago by J. Kolwicz
Adiga's debut novel gives us on narrator who is, by turns, charming, repugnant, profound, egotistical, insightful, and much more, but always, always fascinating. Read more