The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

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Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 cm

About The Book

The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

Winner of the prestigious Booker Prize, “The God of Small Things” is the groundbreaking debut novel by Arundhati Roy. This riveting narrative centers around two children, Esthappen (Estha) and Rahel, who navigate the complexities of life in the picturesque yet turbulent state of Kerala. Through their eyes, Roy delves into profound themes such as the caste system, Keralite Syrian Christian lifestyle, and communism, offering a poignant exploration of societal norms and personal struggles.

A Tale of Innocence and Tragedy

At the heart of “The God of Small Things” are Estha and Rahel, twins whose lives are marked by innocence shattered by the harsh realities of their world. From a young age, they are subjected to the brutal truths of life, often blamed and punished for the misfortunes that befall their family. The narrative chronicles their less-than-perfect existence, further complicated by a series of unexpected and tragic events that irrevocably alter their lives.

Interwoven Narratives and Rich Themes

While the story begins with Estha and Rahel, it quickly expands to encompass broader narratives involving their parents, relatives, and the political landscape of Kerala. Arundhati Roy masterfully interweaves personal and political histories, painting a vivid picture of the forces shaping the state and its people. The darker undertones of the twins’ lives are revealed through layers of secrets, bitterness, and lies that slowly unravel, destroying their fragile world.

A Deeply Moving Story

“The God of Small Things” is a heart-wrenching tale that captures the reader’s attention from the very first page. The innocence and suffering of Estha and Rahel are depicted with such raw emotion that it is impossible not to be moved by their plight. Roy’s lyrical prose and keen insight into human nature ensure that this story will stay with you long after you have turned the last page.


Arundhati Roy’s “The God of Small Things” is an unforgettable novel that explores the depths of human emotion and societal complexities. The tragic and poignant story of Estha and Rahel, set against the backdrop of Kerala’s vibrant and volatile landscape, is both a literary triumph and a powerful social commentary. This novel is a must-read for anyone who appreciates deeply moving stories that challenge and illuminate the human condition.

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of “The God of Small Things” and discover why this Booker Prize-winning novel has become a cherished classic in contemporary literature.


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