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9789350296035 60ba053b34dbf5421741977e The Cripple And His Talismans https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba5c2e43ed2b7e1077b778/webp/9789350296035.jpg 'A highly imaginative novel full of humour poetry and insights written in a beautiful sparse style' -Yann Martel Prepare to enter a world where the norms of human behaviour and morality - even the rules governing time and gravity - are turned upside down. Set in the teeming city of contemporary Bombay this comic and vibrant tale begins with a young man in search of his missing arm. Each person he meets offers him a clue: a woman who sells rainbows; a coffin maker who builds tiny caskets; a giant who lives under water - all lead him to Baba Rakhu the master of the underworld and the only one who can reveal the meaning of his predicament. With humour and ingenuity Anosh Irani has crafted a bold story that is as much about loss as it is about the presence of faith in a world that can be as cruel as it can be forgiving. 9789350296035
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The Cripple And His Talismans

ISBN: 9789350296035
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  • ISBN: 9789350296035
  • Author: Irani Anosh
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 240
  • Format: Hardback

Book Description

'A highly imaginative novel full of humour poetry and insights written in a beautiful sparse style' -Yann Martel Prepare to enter a world where the norms of human behaviour and morality - even the rules governing time and gravity - are turned upside down. Set in the teeming city of contemporary Bombay this comic and vibrant tale begins with a young man in search of his missing arm. Each person he meets offers him a clue: a woman who sells rainbows; a coffin maker who builds tiny caskets; a giant who lives under water - all lead him to Baba Rakhu the master of the underworld and the only one who can reveal the meaning of his predicament. With humour and ingenuity Anosh Irani has crafted a bold story that is as much about loss as it is about the presence of faith in a world that can be as cruel as it can be forgiving.

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