Finished reading "The God of Small Things" by Indian woman writer Arundhati Roy.
Ms Roy wrote this novel 17 years ago and it won the prestigious Booker Prize in 1997.
Although she wrote a few more books afterwards, "The God of Small Things" remains her only novel.
The book is set in the south Indian state of Kerala with a three-decade time period starting from the late 1960s. It focuses on extended-family relations, caste and class relations, love, jealousy, intrigue, spite, incest, tragedy.
I'm impressed with the quality of Ms Roy's writing, considering it is her first published book.
Read that many moons ago, Bookman.