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Krushwant Singh's novel concerns the awful summer of 1947, when India both gained its independence from British rule, and partitioned itself into two separate countries, based... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John P. Jones III
This is probably the most heart-breaking book I have ever read. It vividly depicts the terrible, inhuman violence that wracked India and Pakistan during the Partition. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James Kenney
Amazing, yet terrifying book. Incredible short novel about the partition of India. Very colorful, rich and moving.Published 5 months ago by Rodolfo Jaffe
The cover picture is the best part of the book. It is not easy to alter facts and narrate a fiction instead. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kudladar
A simple story narrated quite interestingly. However was expecting a bit more twists and turns in the story which never came inPublished 6 months ago by Indradeep R.
It gives you inside ground story of partition with dramatic turns and extra ordinary story telling art of Khushwant Singh.After reading it, you will be fan of Khushwant style.Published 7 months ago by vinayak
An engrossing book written in an earthy language - thoroughly enjoyable and satisfied reading.Published 7 months ago by mghsrajan