Of India, Nepal, and Math Tutors

I have (finally) finished reading The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai. I have blogged about one of the reviews earlier, and I have found another review by The Guardian today.

I had intended to write more about the places, people, and significance of the events which were mentioned in the book. Nevertheless, I am pressed for time, and I know that if I were to insist on doing so, the list of to-do’s on my desk will just keep on piling up.

So I’ll have to sacrifice this one. No further posting about this book.

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