[[ Audiobooks ]] The White Tiger (Thorndike Reviewers' Choice)Author Aravind Adiga – Albawater.co

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9 thoughts on “The White Tiger (Thorndike Reviewers' Choice)

  1. Jose Jose says:

    The book revolves around a poor boy who ends up in charge of a taxi company servicing call centres in india, to raise up to that point does many vile things, which the author does not condem, spits a lot of anti white propaganda, which doesn t even try to hide and makes many political comments which are unnecessary to the development of the story, not worth the money or the time spent reading it


  2. Nuria Nuria says:

    An excellent book that make you think about society and our role in it It is at the same time extremely sad and funny


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  4. Marc Marc says:

    Enterteining book I m reading this book for my english course and I m enjoying with it story I recommend to us.


  5. Tone the Cone Tone the Cone says:

    This book was chosen for me to read by a book club, so would not be the usual subject matter that I default to Great purpose of a book club,.It is quite a griitty tale, a story highlighting the caste system in India is alive and well with the have and have nots.If this story is a true representation of the current India it shows how the further up the Have scale you are,what with corruption rife through India the untouchable you are.The book was advertised as humorous, I must admit it, I found very little humour, it s no barrel of laughs, but it is a story worth reading just to get a different insight into one side of India.Also this is the first Man Booker prize winner book have have actually enjoyed, that award is usually the kiss of death for a book for me


  6. Melvyn Elphee Melvyn Elphee says:

    One of the best and most important novels of the last fifty years Its key images have the power and significance of Orwell s boot trampling for ever on a human face, yet he manages to combine the horror with original and thought provoking comedy A must for going beyond Passage to India or Best Exotic Marigold Hotel but even important for its view of the capitalist world and its inevitable consequences.


  7. Listener Listener says:

    This is an unusual and fascinating story written in the first person by an Indian untouchable whose only hope to escape his humiliation and sense of worthlessness to be alarmingly simple but ruthless Four stars rather than five because it is a piece of bleak amoral realism.that left this reader uneasy and a little depressed.


  8. Phil Smith Phil Smith says:

    I very rarely leave a review because choice of reading is an individual matter of taste I enjoy historical fiction, holiday trash and books that get to the point and don t use different words to repeat the same thing I m not a big fan of science fiction.To my taste this was a wonderful book Funny and disturbing at the same time as well as witty, a real page turner India is a wonderful and mysterious place with disturbing social attitudes that promote injustice to those at the social bottom end This novel will pull your sympathies in opposite directions Im pleased i broke the habit of going for another piece of crap would sell me for a 1


  9. Denno Denno says:

    Almost 5 stars, just not quite I read a review on Goodreads which I now can t find typically, that suggests this book has no basis in reality Now, I m no expert on Indian society but this definitely rings true for me from a world society point of view, particularly in the west The themes covered here include poverty, capitalism, corruption, slavery and how people are affected by those things The main narrator is a fantastic anti hero We know he s wrong, we know he s deplorable but I got one couldn t help rooting for him in spite of myself So why not the 5 stars Maybe it s just a little self conscious It s great all the same though