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The God of Small Things

by Arundhati Roy

The God of Small Things
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  • First Published:
    May 1997, 321 pages
    Paperback:
    May 1998, 321 pages

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Ann Marie Stock (07/23/02)

I was given this book to read as an English Assignment. I think her writing style and descriptive form make the book what it is, reviting and suspensful.
elani (06/07/02)

amazing!
Water Lily (06/07/02)



<< The most poetic book I ever read. >>

Those are someone else's words, but I had to repeat them cause they are the truth.
A book that I'll definitely have in my home library and also wholeheartedly recomend for reading.
catherine longmate (05/25/02)

Challenging, fascinating, totally absorbing. On the all time favourites list. I can't wait to read it again.
Katie (05/14/02)

Overall really good read, incorporated many interesting ideas and themes
Rebecca Clark (03/24/02)

Very good, but confusing.
pepson (03/20/02)

Absolutely tremendous. Unbelieveable.

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