Deep Singh wants out - out of his family, out of his city, and more than anything, out of his life. His parents argue over everything, his dad passes his evenings shouting at the television, and his brother, who hasn't said a single word in over a year, suddenly turns to him one day and tells him to die. So when Lily, a beautiful, older, and married, woman, shows him more than a flicker of attention, he falls heedlessly in love.
Ranbir Singh Sidhu's debut novel takes us into the heart of another America, and into the lives of 'the other Indians - the ones who don't get talked about and whose stories don't get written.'
About the Author
Ranbir Singh Sidhu is the author of Good Indian Girls and is a winner of a Pushcart Prize and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. His stories and essays appear in Conjunctions, Vice, Salon, The Nation, Zyzzyva, The Missouri Review, The Literary Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, etc.