Books by Indra Sinha

ANIMAL’S PEOPLE by Indra Sinha
Released: Feb. 1, 2008

"A double triumph for Sinha: The plight of the world's powerless has seldom been conveyed more powerfully, while Animal is destined to be one of fiction's immortals."
Take a feisty young cripple, connect him to one of the world's worst industrial disasters, and you have Sinha's extraordinary, incandescent second novel, a Man Booker Prize finalist. Read full book review >
THE DEATH OF MR. LOVE by Indra Sinha
Released: Nov. 1, 2004

"A stylish, page-turning debut."
A masterfully told story of an old murder with a long reach moves seamlessly from the past to the present, from India to England, as a middle-aged Indian tries to learn the truth about his mother and a friend's past. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 1, 1999

"Part Dante, part Bill Gates, part Jack Kerouac' however you categorize this bizarre book, it's worthy of attention."
A strangely fascinating exploration of the dark side of cyberspace, where virus writers, porno peddlers, and fantasy game fanatics have created an anarchic subculture that blurs reality and imagination. Read full book review >