Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Between the Assassinations by Aravind Adiga

Between the Assassinations is a very compelling book full of short stories depicting the every day life of people who live in the fictional town of Kittur. It doesn't read like a collection of short stories. Mainly because it's not about one persons life struggles but of a towns. It's the struggles of people trying to make it in the world. People who can't seem to catch a break. People who are caught up in something they can't control. I would recommend this!

Aravind Adiga winner of Man Booker Prize 2008 with his debut novel The White Tiger has done it again with Between the Assassinations.
To see my review of The White Tiger click here. That review was written when we used to write the review in the comments area as not to give anything away! So, click on comments to get the review! :0)

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