Publisher: Harper; First Edition edition (April 14, 2009)
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Size: 6.6 MB
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“Powerful. . . . Twisty, brimming with darkish humor and prepared ethical perception, the burden of Heaven packs a wallop on either a literary and emotional point. . . . Umrigar . . . is a descriptive master.” — Christian technological know-how visual display unit From Thrity Umrigar, bestselling writer of the gap among Us, comes the burden of Heaven. within the wealthy culture of the acclaimed works of Indian writers reminiscent of Rohinton Mistry, Akhil Sharma, Indra Sinha, and Jhumpa Lahiri, the load of Heaven is an emotionally charged tale approximately unforeseen dying, unhealed wounds, and the cost one father pays to guard himself from discomfort and loss. also, it bargains particular views, either Indian and American, at the fragmented nature of globalized India.