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  • Title: Ode to Broken Things
  • Author: Dipika Mukherjee
  • ISBN: 9781910924150
  • Page: 403
  • Format: ebook

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    Commentaires:

    Baljit
    Intriguing Bold for a Malaysian book, as the writer spells out the political and racial sentiments without much self censorship She captures the feel of the city and countryside without romanticizing, a common flaw for many of diaspora.

    Rob Spence
    Thunder Demons is a fast paced thriller whose initial premise is based on an actual event, the mysterious murder of a Mongolian model in Malaysia Although the work is clearly fiction, the use of a similar murder as the starting point for the action allows Dipika Mukherjee to explore the murky world of Malaysian politics in the context of a swiftly unfolding story that centres on the intertwined lives of an airport worker, Agni, and an expatriate researcher, Jay Ghosh, who is returning to Malaysi [...]

    World Literature Today
    This book was featured in the Nota Benes section of the January 2017 issue of World Literature Today Magazineliteraturetoday

    Hena
    So I was worried I wouldn t finish this in time before my book club meeting in a week, but then I started the book on Saturday night and stayed up Sunday night to finish Definitely kept me intrigued and wanting to know what happened next Mukherjee managed to combine just the right amounts of family secrets, ethnic tensions, rising extremism, and politics to keep me interested but without it being too much to squeeze into one novel A good read

    Maygirl
    This book gave an insight into the mass immigration of Indian and Chinese population in 1940 s led by Britishers when they colonized South Asian region I especially empathized with the ethnic assimilation issues faced by their great grand children in Malaysia today After 5 generation of living in a country can you ask these great grand children that Malaysia is not your country, just because you are Indian or Chinese or of a different religion who came here 5 gen before It makes you to think.

    Joyce Yarrow
    Thunder Demons is everything a thriller should be, and It is difficult to weave political, personal and multi cultural themes into a storyline so that each thread is equally convincing and contributes to forming a satisfying whole Dipika Mukherjee has done exactly that Her characters are well drawn and complex, enabling the reader to understand the why behind even the most extreme of actions The political and social issues are not merely a backdrop they are as alive and real as the passionate p [...]

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