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It's an exploration of all the stories of his life that led him to eventually write some of his own. This book takes you up close to the lives of the people in Congo's chaotic, hustling capital of Kinshasa, and in the the picturesque but insecure East, thousands of miles away. The analogies used and the characters that you meet speak to you through their crafty and imaginative presentation.

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The Hungry Tide excels due to Amitav Ghosh's brilliance with making you visualise what he writes. The novel exudes visual stimuli, and the breathtaking landscape of the Sundarbans tied in with the interesting quest at the heart of the novel, are enough to enthrall you.

The novel showcases one of the most shocking and brilliantly worded stories of love, albeit from different view points and orientations. The story will stick with you, and long after you read it, the novel will play on your mind, forcing you to revisit it from time to time. The Story Of My Assassins encompasses both sides of Indian society, intertwined with sarcastic wit that is the definition of raw language.

The characters themselves speak out philosophically about India's rule, and the passion with which it was written bursts through each page. A riveting take on 'The Mahabharata,' as told from the perspective of Princess Panchaali.

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