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    The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

    A complex book, full of of wonderful stories and terrible events. Deeply engaging, I loved the characters. Couldn't put it down and had to read it twice before I could begin to make sense of it.
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    Not for me

    I know this author is acclaimed, for some reason I just found myself reading it like a chore. Characters are rich, stories intricate and well written. I found the same with “god of small things”, tried three times to read it. Maybe borrow from the library instead...
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    Bello e difficile

    un sentiero a volte impervio che porta a luoghi terribili e belli
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    Hope

    Once again Roy has created a piece of poetry in pain, but also love and hope. This India of utter reality with all its corruption, caste and creativity is either a giant refuse dump or a place of sublime beauty. Roy shows us both.
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    A literary journey!

    A literary journey. This book explores the beauty of India under the influence of a corrupt government and under tragic circumstances. The story is profound and enlightening. Despite the tragedy behind the stories, there is still an underlying beauty and happiness that is explored.
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