Penguin Random House India
The celebrated Indian author who shot to international acclaim in 1997 with her Man Booker Prize winning first novel GOD OF SMALL THINGS, took 20 years to come up with her second novel THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS in 2017 (included in the long list of books for the Man Booker Prize 2017).
But all the 20 years in between her two novels, she has emerged as one of the strongest voices of dissent in the country with her controversial views on the Chhattisgarh Naxal Movement, Kashmir and the Corporate-Government nexus. As an activist, her books ALGEBRA OF INFINITE JUSTICE and LISTENING TO GRASSHOPPERS make compelling reading. Her new novel, an absorbing political love story of three persons loving the same woman, encompasses everything that she has written as an activist.