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Hungry Tide - The, Amitav Ghosh Reviews

An overpriced book
Oct 22, 2017 01:16 AM Read (via Android App)
= Story-= If the eastern coast of India, in the Bay of Bengal, lies the immense labyrinth of tiny islands known as the Sunderbans. For settlers here, life was precarious and marked by attacks from man-eating tigers and unrest and eviction from constant threats. In this place of vengeful beauty, ...Read More

A great novel
Dec 27, 2015 04:35 PM Read
Hungry tide is a great novel by indian writer amitav ghosh.i purchased this novel from a book fair last year.i read it five time.the story about a regoins on the earth easter coast of india sunderban.this book tells a contemporary story of adventure, love, identity.a tiny island known sunderban....Read More

May 10, 2016 02:46 PM Read
*THE HUNGRY TIDE is the fifth novel and sixth substantial book of Amitav Ghosh. I read this book in my post-graduation as a text book. Later I became too interested in Amitav Ghosh’s fiction writing. Though all of his novels are magnificent but among all THE HUNGRY TIDE is extremely impres...Read More


Hungry Tide - The, Amitav Ghosh
The Best portrait of Natural entity
Apr 10, 2008 11:06 AM Read
The author Amitav Ghosh has gives his best of all times mostly recognized by the fame of glass palace which inturn should be renamed with this one. The sunderbans come alive though our lives are none the less difficult from sundarbans (we all go to offices and come back to home like the fear fro...Read More

Book will take you into a different world
Jan 01, 2008 01:17 PM Read
One of the most amazing books which I have read. Although the Glass Palace was equally good but this one is much better than The Glass Palace. After reading the book if you close your eyes you will imagine yourself in the Sundebans with water all around you and dolphins playing. It shows how ...Read More

Amitava Ghosh - The painter
Feb 22, 2007 12:21 AM Read
When I finished reading the book “The Hungry Tide”, it was around 1 am in the night. I just kept down the book and hardly felt like moving from the chair where I was sitting. I realized that while going through the last few pages, I was actually into the story. I could feel the rage of the tide ...Read More

Among the mangroves
Jun 14, 2006 01:38 AM Read
With an Amitabh ghosh book, you just don’t get a novel you get generous doses of history and geography , folk lore , lots of scientific facts related to the plot( in this case – dolphins in general and Gangetic dolphins in particular) and you still enjoy the story at the level of a story. The ar...Read More

Poetic Language
Jun 20, 2005 02:36 PM Read
This is the first book I read of Amitava Ghosh.The one thing about this book that has captivated me most is the language. Such beautiful language is hard to come across nowadays in contemporary novels. Ghosh excels in this field,no doubt. The story is about a cetologist Piyali Roy & her resea...Read More

Story of our lives
Apr 11, 2005 07:25 PM Read
Every life is a story waiting to be told. The Hungry Tide is one such novel that narrates and carries within itself like subsets many lives and their unique stories. The novel itself is not as overpowering and drawing than the way it has been narrated. There are no sudden shocks, surprises, and ...Read More

A quest for oneself
Apr 03, 2005 07:29 PM Read
A novel, which starts slowly, but engrossing enough for one to slowly turn the pages, drawing the reader into a tantalizing web is manna from heaven for an avid reader. ?The Hungry Tide ? by Amitava Ghosh sustains your interest from the first page to the last. Ghosh ?s story telling abilities...Read More

Intelligence alone is not enough
Dec 28, 2004 12:37 PM Read
The plot: Kanai who against his better judgment is traveling to the Sunderbans out of a sheer sense of filial duty meets Piya the androgynous, westernized , self-sufficient cetologist. Together they damage the emotional ecology of the complex Sunderbans and its people. The Hungry Tide by A...Read More

Fantastic Book
Sep 21, 2017 08:37 AM Read (via Android App)
The author Amitabh Ghosh Faiz give his best of all times mostly recognise 5 PM of Glass Palace which in turn should be dealing with this one is Sundarbans come alive krewella live for none the less difficult from Sundarban we all go to office and come back to home like the fear from type in the ...Read More


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