Sunday, February 17, 2008 by Mystic Wanderer
Arundhati Roy's debut (and only) novel is a spectacular work. Told in a lyrical, evocative fashion, it often touches the realms of poetry.
A story of love, loss and the boundaries between them, it is both well plotted and intriguing. It is set in Kerala, in the late 60s, where the principal characters return after a long absence.
Read More About The God Of Small Things in my personal blog.
Winner of the 1997 Booker Award.