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  • The Cobras Bite Doesn’t Hurt

    Richly written, powerful and evocative. I could almost smell the streets and taste the food. The examination of the nuanced layers of life on the Indian sub continent is precise and honest. This book presents an important examination of the inequalities of Modern day India so many years after Ghandi “ banished” the caste system. An important read for anyone interested in social history.

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  • A must read

    Really enjoyed reading this book. Written in the form of a letter, it is the story of an orphan boy who has been kidnapped by some gangsters and put to work as a pickpocket. The boy's attempts to escape from the clutches of the gangsters are not entirely successful. A very moving novel, as well as sad, humorous, controversial, political. A page turner with very descriptive writing. Thoroughly recommended.

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  • More please

    I got very wrapped up in Kalu’s story, and was so disappointed when it ended. Sequel please.

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