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Dogs, monkeys, corruption and sexual politics: Dogs of India draws on the complex, chaotic and colourful tradition of Indian storytelling in a spicy literary blend of Animal Farm vs. Holy Cow via Bollywood.

1 review for DOGS OF INDIA

  1. 5 out of 5

    Unputdownable (is that even a word?!) Nevertheless thanks to the beautifully descriptive imagery when you pick up this book you are truly immersed in what it must be like to live in New Delhi. The smell of indian spices, the colours of Diwali and the odorous stench of the city literally leap from the page as you become embroiled in life in the city.
    A wonderfully poignant piece, cleverly told, with a clear message made all the better for the superb characterisation of the main players who you seem to love, hate, love, loathe (briefly) and then ultimately feel sorry for.
    Whether you are a bollywood fan, have a general interest in India or know nothing about the subcontinent it will still take you on an incredible journey.
    Highly recommended and even better all for a good cause!

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