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The Inheritance of Loss

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At the foot of Mount Kanchenjunga in the Himalayas, lives an embittered old judge who wants nothing more than to retire in peace. But with the ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 3.715
Nounstogo

Depressing!

by Nounstogo on Sep 27, 2007

I read this book as a selection with my literature group. Many found it was "an important book," but it was difficult for me to read around the utter despair that permeates everything. Perhaps I identify too much with a book's characters, and while this book was beautifully written, it also seemed a ... More

desert7

you can go home again but it won't be the same

by desert7 on Aug 23, 2007

A moving andd unusual book about Northern India, the hopes of immigrants, the ties of tradition, the plans of parents for their children and the difficulty of any actual positive change in our world. Tough protrayals of immigrant life in the US set off against class differences in India. And the ... More

Stuart

The Real India

by Stuart on Jun 7, 2007

A well-written and informative book about the real, rural India. Not a very happy or encouraging book about conditions in India and its inhabitants, but an eye-opener about the destitution and lack of civility in the outer regions of the country. More

BellaWA

Excellent, thought provoking read...

by BellaWA on Jun 1, 2007

I recently read this book for my book club and thought it was very good. The writer is a master with language; the words were like prose. She was able to weave a myriad of social and political commentary into a story about people and their relationships. I would recommend this book to others, especially ... More

obhijit

The reality of loss

by obhijit on Apr 3, 2007

Being someone who hails from India's North-east,but still has to pay a price,off and on,for the whims and fancies of the so called " son of the soil " politics of the North-east,Kiran Deasi has, with remarkable sophistication touched the mood of Gorkhaland agitation in her book.To me, 'The Inheritance ... More

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