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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is nothing but a very
interesting, astounding and highly stirring fresh novel by the
internationally renowned author of The God of Small Things.
Through the n...
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is nothing but a very interesting, astounding and highly stirring fresh novel by the internationally renowned author of The God of Small Things.
Through the novel, Arundati Roy takes us on a roller coaster ride of feelings of hope and despair, profound beauty and ugliness, comedy and tragedy. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness revolves around the lives across the Indian subcontinent. We witness a beautiful entwining of plots that find their way to each other over the passage of time through states of political unrest in India (Old Dehli and Kashmir as central settings).She very skillfully laces together the treasured stories of a few of the subcontinents denizens and demonstrates on every page the miracle of Arundhati Roys remarkable storytelling gifts.
The book is a luscious feast with a beautiful blend of painful romance and decisive remonstration. The story is expressed through a number of emotions that varies from a whisper, to a shout, and then travels through unemotional tears at times with a bitter giggle. Each of its characters is carefully and lovingly extracted to be perfectly indelible. The heroes are people who have been broken by the world around them and then been rescued by the act of love, care and hope.
Arundhati is known to create a surreal world with her words and all of us have witnessed her magic through her very first fiction novel, The God of Small Things. Here she is, back after two decades, with her second fiction novel which portrays absolutely magnificent and sweeping account of Indian society, politics, religion, history, and local colour.
Go ahead and join the beautiful journey of those who were broken and mended with love. Do write more to let me know your outlook on The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Happy Reading.