their friend Mansoor set out for one of Delhi’s markets, disaster strikes without warning. A ‘small’ bomb detonates, killing the brothers instantly. Mansoor is one of the few survivors. From India to America, the lives of victims and bystanders, mothers and fathers, comrades and adversaries are changed forever. Even the young bomb maker cannot escape the heat of the blast. ‘I can’t remember the last time I read a book which conjured a world so rich and so convincing’ MARK HADDON ‘Brilliant… Masterful’ KEVIN POWERS ‘Unusually wise, tender and generous’ JIM CRACE ‘Breathtaking… Unforgettable’ ADELLE WALDMAN ‘Packed with small wonders of beauty and heartbreak that are impossible to resist’ DINAW MENGESTU
The Association of Small Bombs
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