Books by Amulya Malladi

SERVING CRAZY WITH CURRY by Amulya Malladi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 26, 2004

"A portrait of expatriate nostalgia, shaded heavily with immigrant identity angst and generational conflict, by a leading multicultural voice (The Mango Season, 2003, etc.)."
Transcontinental family saga about a young Indian immigrant to California who slowly rebuilds her life after a failed suicide attempt. Read full book review >
THE MANGO SEASON by Amulya Malladi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2003

"Standard fare, but nicely seasoned: The spice of atmosphere and geography livens up a family saga and gives a fresh twist to a typical coming-of-age tale."
A welcome second from Malladi (A Breath of Fresh Air, 2002), who sends a young expatriate back to her family in India and makes her grow up fast. Read full book review >
A BREATH OF FRESH AIR by Amulya Malladi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 2002

"Begins well with a challenging premise, then slips into conventional sentimentality."
Slim first novel about an Indian woman haunted by the Bhopal tragedy. Read full book review >