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Having been to India, I can relate some scenes and people in India yet it is a heart awakening story!Published 6 days ago
I've never wanted to visit India and after reading this book I definitely do not. (But seriously, the book is excellent and very witty and dark at the same time.)Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Having just returned from a month in India, I was searching for a deeper understanding of the caste system. This book gave me that and do much more. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
This author lost me when he did not give a redeeming quality or alternative logic to the character's choice to commit murder. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Susan C. Marki
Narration of the story is really catchy. It explains about how a driver becomes the master of drivers. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Megha R
Brilliant book. Unique portrait of India and of the struggles of poverty the world over.Published 1 month ago by Lucas Metzler
I liked this book a lit because it, so brilliantly z catered to my dark humorPublished 1 month ago by peter van hasselt
Good book to read about the life in India. It is for a reader who is in upper HS.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer