The White Tiger
by Aravind Adiga
Editor: SIMON & SCHUSTER
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Introduction of a great literary talent,”Le Tigre Blanc” proposes a story of sparkling spirit, suspense blisters, and dubious morality, told by the most volatile, captivating, and quite inimitable narrator that this millennium has yet seen.Balram Halwai is a complicated man.ServantThe philosopherFrom the ContractorMurdererDuring seven nights, through the diffuse light of an absurd chandelier, Balram tells us the terrible and transfixing story of how he came to be a success in life, having nothing, but his intelligence to help the long wayBorn in the dark heart of India, Balram took a break when he was hired as a driver of his richest village man, two Pomeranian houses (Flaques d’ eau et des Câlins), and the rich man (very unlucky) son.Behind the wheel of their Honda City car, Balram’s New World is a revelationWhile her peers leaf through the pages of “Weekly Murder” (“Love — Rape — Vengeance”)), barter for girls, drink alcohol (Thunderbolt), and perpetuate the Grand Coq Coop of Indian society, Balram watches his employers bribe foreign ministers for tax breaks, barter for girls, drink alcohol (single malt whisky), and play their own role in the Rooster Coop.Balram learns to siphon gas, the corruption business of mechanics, and fill it up and resell them Johnnie Walker Black Label bottles (all but one)He also finds a way out of the Coop that no one else inside he can see.Balram’s eyes to penetrate India as few foreigners can: cockroaches and call centers; prostitutes and followers; the antiquity and Internet cultures; water buffalo and, trapped in many types of cages and that fleeing is (almost) impossible, the white tiger.And with an undeniable charisma, because it is unexpected, Balram teaches us that religion does not create virtue, and money does not solve all the problems-but decency can still be found in a corrupt world, and you can get what you want from life, if you listen to the law of conversations.Sold in 16 countries
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