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\"Dazzling.As subtle as it is powerful. Remarkable.\"--New York Times

\"This outstanding novel is a banquet for all the senses we bring to reading.\" --Newsweek

\"Hauntingly wonderful . . . Exquisite . . . Unforgettable.\"--USA Today

Winner of the 1997 Booker Prize - - New York Times Best Seller

Born from two eggs in the one womb of their beloved mother Ammu, Rahel and Esthappen have little to cling to but each other, and the occasional joy that passes through their young lives like a cool breeze on a sweltering Indian day. When Ammu, divorced and disappointed, returns with the twins to her family home in southern India, their worlds begin to open wider, all the while closing in on them.

As the three arrive into the arms of Ammu\'s eccentric and unforgettable relatives, a tragedy begins to unfold that will propel them toward a fate that has perhaps stalked them from their inception. Yet, throughout the pain and hardships of things large and small, the humor, humanity, and ferociously perceptive intelligence only bestowed upon seven-year-olds shines gloriously through.

At the core of this extraordinary, bittersweet story is the unforgettable narrative voice of first-time novelist Arundhati Roy, a uniquely talented writer capable of moving us beyond words with the perfect sentence and a profoundly insightful wisdom that far surpasses her years.

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Author Arundhati Roy
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Publisher Harperaudio
Publication Year 1997
ISBN-13 9780694519606
ISBN-10 069451960X
Language English
Edition Abridged
Binding audio cassette
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17 June 13
Splendid. In a word.

Have to come in terms with the fact that Only those with childhood still in them, would enjoy this book. How can such a beautiful language even exist?- That was my initial reaction to this. Ms. Roy demands such strong emotion from her readers that it makes you really wonder if you were an invisible being lingering around when the lives of the characters unfold in front of you. It literally serenades you, making you believe that these characters, really, yes, do exist. However, it your imagination that tells you that they are real.

i wish she wrote more fiction. touching more lives with each of her words.

This book has made me imagine, cry, ponder, chuckle, frown brought in goosebumps and contemplate in many ways like no book has ever done before. Vividly. Unashamed. The best part being that you imagine the characters living in front of you. To get hold of that small part is another thing. True, childhood lives only if you water it through your life.

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20 March 14
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A Sensory Feast!

When i began reading the book, i was a little troubled by the not so comfortable names. Also, the starting was pretty dark and gloomy. However, as the book progressed, i discovered the true charm of Roy's writing. The description is so fluid and artistic that you can actually picture the scene being painted in your head (I am not saying that you can picture the scene being enacted. I am saying that its almost like an artist is painting away with his brush and with each line read, the painting becomes a little more complete). The magic lies in the narration, i guess.

Throughout the novel, the story keeps reminding you that it is going to have a tragic ending, and yet, there is a level of innocent charm of childhood that Roy has managed to sustain. I think this is the first time that i have encountered a book that is gloomy on the outside and charming on the inside.

Roy has this irritating habit of describing really gross idiosyncrasies of us Indians, in the book, rather candidly and descriptively, while maintaining a factual tone. You almost cringe with embarrassment, as you read. What's worse is that one cannot point fingers at her, because she isn't fabricating them. I guess i gotta learn to be a better sport.

Right until the end, i had a little trouble in getting familiar with the names of the characters. However, it still remains of the the most lively, vibrant and yet poignant book i've read.

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22 February 14
A brilliant book!

In her debut novel, Arundhati Roy delivers a simple story set against the backdrop of communism, social discrimination & casteism. In a sleepy little town, near present day Kottayam, Kerala, reside the Syrian Christian fraternal twins Rahel and Esthappen (Estha), the children of Ammu Ipe.

Roy writes a story so powerful, eliciting a strong response from the reader, and yet it remains poetically sublime. Her language is beautiful throughout the book, and it paints a vivid imagery in the readers mind, that at once enthrals and the very next page, destroys. It is for this reason, that very often, people have polarised view about how good this book is. So let me put it out there - this book is all about haunting tragedy. It is an ability to write tragic stories such that your readers weep with you, and Roy has done just that. If you prefer books with an optimistic overtone, you will most certainly find it difficult to be appreciative of what Roy has to offer in terms of literature, because it really is that depressing a read. This book, resonated with me, as I am sure it will with millions of other readers.

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17 February 12
A Rarity

This book is the best pick for a broad and open minded person.. Tells you how "Love" is always associated with sadness, how women are made scape goats for everything that happens, how a person's childhood experiences affect his/her perspectives and whole life.. The book has less to tell and lot to infer. So unleash ur minds open and then start reading the book...
PS: If u dont get the viability of the story,finish reading it and then spend a whole day thinking about it.. U'll get to know how serious the story is (Personal experience)..

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27 April 13
She plays with words

I rarely read fiction. An acquaintance gifted me this book. It was parked on my table for quite sometime. Then i picked it up,because i had nothing else to read. the first few lines caught my imagination because of the vividness in their description. initially i could not understand whether there was at all a story or was it some form of modern writing. But i carried on because of the novelty in the style, the author's candid statements and her playing with words through Esthappen and Rahel, just like I used to do when i was a kid.No, there is no tight plot in this story, where you are left guessing as to what will happen next, but it is a story of human relations, of people no different from most of us. read it if you enjoy variety, read it if you have an open mind.

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A trip down south.

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Its worth reading though in the mid you feel bit sluggish, it keeps your imagination working all time. Travel along with the au...

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A Sensory Feast!

When i began reading the book, i was a little troubled by the not so comfortable names. Also, the starting was pretty dark and...

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One of the best works in fiction of all time

The God of Small things is one of the rarest fictional works ever written. I don't want to repeat the story, rather I would say...

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A brilliant book!

In her debut novel, Arundhati Roy delivers a simple story set against the backdrop of communism, social discrimination & ca...

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