The God of Small Things

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"A banquet for all the senses," said "Newsweek" of this bestselling and Booker Prize-winning literary novel--a richly textured first book about the tragic decline of one family whose members suffer the terrible consequences of forbidden love.

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LaMambisa

Apr 21, 2011

Overwritten

Considering all the prizes this book received, I thought it would be worth reading. I found it so overwritten and the plot so overwrought. The endless similes really started me annoy me. I've heard Ms. Roy speaking out about issues and I admire her courage, but I found this almost unreadable.

kroff

May 24, 2007

Brilliant

Arundhati
Roy is one of the most talented writers to emerge yet. Her
unpretentious, sensually euphoric style makes this novel a "must read".

snaglepuss

Apr 3, 2007

The best...

This was the only book I could not put down. Yes, a fascinating look at another time and place. Yes, crafted as though you are living and breathing and worried about the chutneys. I loved it because it taught me how to be an engaged reader and mostly why we need to trust gifted writers.
My vote for all time best book ever.

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