The Club’s Book Club meets every second month either in the Club or on Zoom, and next up is 1997 Booker Prize winner, The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy.
It’s hard not to find a review that doesn’t purport to a sense of magic and intrigue;
“With sensuous prose, a dreamlike style infused with breathtakingly beautiful images and keen insight into human nature, Roy’s debut novel charts fresh territory in the genre of magical, prismatic literature.”
“Arundhati Roy’s debut novel, The God of Small Things, is a strange and complex work dense with intrigue and tragedy. Winner of the 1997 Booker Prize, it will confound and beguile readers in equal measure while defying description.”
Tattersalls Book Club highly recommends it!