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[A] highly accomplished debut novel... a multi-stranded, intergenerational, poly-vocal epic that charts the struggles of an Indian family over the course of almost a century - Economist

An ambitious, powerful read, it will transport you through time and across the globe, with a story that you won't forget - Glamour, *Best Books for May*

An ambitious family drama skilfully explores the bonds of kinship and the yearning for peace and security - Kirkus (starred review)

[An] impressive debut - Publisher's Weekly

This striking epic combines powerful characters of different generations, compelling storytelling, dramatic settings and conflicts, and thoughtful explorations of displacement and belonging, family ties, citizenship, loyalty, loss, and resilience - Booklist (starred review)

About the Author

Janika Oza is the winner of the 2022 O. Henry Prize for Short Fiction, and the 2020 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Award. Her stories and essays have appeared in publications including The Best Small Fictions: 2019 Anthology and Catapult. She lives in Toronto.

Website: janikaoza.com
Twitter: @JanikaOza
Instagram: @o.janika

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  • ISBN: 9781529921830
  • Author: Janika Oza
  • Publisher: Vintage
  • Pages: 400
  • Format: Paperback
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Review

[A] highly accomplished debut novel... a multi-stranded, intergenerational, poly-vocal epic that charts the struggles of an Indian family over the course of almost a century - Economist

An ambitious, powerful read, it will transport you through time and across the globe, with a story that you won't forget - Glamour, *Best Books for May*

An ambitious family drama skilfully explores the bonds of kinship and the yearning for peace and security - Kirkus (starred review)

[An] impressive debut - Publisher's Weekly

This striking epic combines powerful characters of different generations, compelling storytelling, dramatic settings and conflicts, and thoughtful explorations of displacement and belonging, family ties, citizenship, loyalty, loss, and resilience - Booklist (starred review)

About the Author

Janika Oza is the winner of the 2022 O. Henry Prize for Short Fiction, and the 2020 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Award. Her stories and essays have appeared in publications including The Best Small Fictions: 2019 Anthology and Catapult. She lives in Toronto.

Website: janikaoza.com
Twitter: @JanikaOza
Instagram: @o.janika

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