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Author: Sunjeev Sahota  

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An innovative, audacious, emotionally powerful novel from the prizewinning author of The Year of the Runaways

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An innovative, audacious, emotionally powerful novel from the prizewinning author of The Year of the Runaways

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  1. At a farm in Punjab, northern India, three girls are married to three brothers in one ceremony. For weeks afterwards, segregated from the men in the 'china room', heavily veiled, and meeting their husbands only under cover of darkest night, none of the girls is entirely sure which brother is hers. Mehar, the youngest of the three, is determined to find out, and while her efforts lead her into overwhelming love, her story of misplaced identity has tragic, horrifying consequences. 1999. A young man arrives in northern India from the UK to spend the summer with distant relatives. He spends weeks under the merciless sun, in solitude, at the abandoned family farm, with its peeling paint and mysterious locked room.
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About the Author

Sunjeev Sahota is the author of Ours Are the Streets and The Year of the Runaways , which was shortlisted for the 2015 Man Booker Prize, the International Dylan Thomas Prize and the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, and won the Encore Prize, the European Union Prize for Literature, and the South Bank Sky Arts Award. He was chosen as one of Granta 's Best Young British Novelists in 2013. He lives in Sheffield.

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Product Details

Publisher
Random House | Harvill Secker
Published
6th May 2021
Pages
320
ISBN
9781911215868
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