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Nashe Ka Dariya

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Details of Book: Nashe Ka Dariya (BSID:114210)

Book Nashe Ka Dariya
Author Amitabh Ghosh, Naved Akbar
ISBN 0143418491
ISBN-13 9780143418498, 978-0143418498
Binding Paperback
Publisher Penguin
Publishing Date 2012
Number of Pages 480
Language Hindi

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Megha February 19, 2012 review from Goodreads

Old News: BAH! I am going to have to come back and fix (may be rewrite) this review later.Current News: Review updated.__________________________Where were we? On the Ibis, after the storm, right? Amitav Ghosh picks up the threads from there, tells us about the different directions in which the c...

Jen November 11, 2011 review from Goodreads

i LOVED this just as much as the 1st book in this unfinished trilogy, Sea of Poppies. Such a captivating story --- the narrative and characters are engaging enough, and then there's the HISTORY - i knew really nothing about the Opium Wars, or this part of the world (mostly takes place in Canton,...

Pat July 21, 2013 review from Goodreads

This is the second historical fiction novel in a planned trilogy by Amitav Ghosh. Ghosh has not released the third installment of the series as of this writing.In the first novel, Sea of Poppies, Ghosh introduces the reader to a large group of characters, who are involved in the opium trade in In...

Raja June 02, 2013 review from Goodreads

Amitav Ghosh's story-telling must be at least as addicting as opium. In addition to the amazingly well-researched details of the events leading up to the Opium war of 1839-40, and the interwoven and parallel narratives of the European quest for the botanical riches of China (itself a dazzling sub...

Sarbpreet February 21, 2013 review from Goodreads

Amitav Ghosh is not yet a great writer, but is certainly a very good one! The River of Smoke, the second installment in the Ibis trilogy is a less compelling book than the Sea Of Poppies. It is nevertheless a hugely entertaining read. The most interesting aspect of the book by far is the author's...

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