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When their English cousin and her mother arrive on a Christmas visit, the twins learn that Things Can Change in a Day. That lives can twist into new, ugly shapes, even cease forever. The brilliantly plotted story uncoils with an agonizing sense of foreboding and inevitability. Yet nothing prepares you for what lies at the heart of it.
This is one of the best literary works I have ever read. It was like a wonderful real journeys through the lives of Rahel and Estha, the twins whose story Roy tells. It was vivid and like a dream happening right in front of my eyes.
Arundhati Roy received Booker Prize in 1997 for her debut novel “ The God of Small Things”. She has used unique and expressive language that is easy reading and accessible. The story is about two twins Rahel and her brother Estha. in a small village in India. Their family has a pickle factory that comes into conflict with the communists. They lost their childhood as they are trapped in tragedy in a single day that change their lives forever. The book is well written. This book has all the elements that make it a successful book.