” “One hundred years of solitude.” “Who is your best friend here?
” “The boy in the striped pajamas.” Laugh or groan at this, either way it gets your attention. Swarup’s plot machinations about Shabnam Saxena, a smoldering Bollywood star who somehow takes her marching orders from Nietzsche (and at one point grills another character about his familiarity with the writing of Bernard Malamud).
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In between, Swarup relates the often comic, intertwining stories of the six, leading up the fatal evening.Its also easy to meet other people right from the p Chat free chat rooms.Find someone you want to talk with one on one through the chat rooms or our search feature?Too long, yes, but ‘Six Suspects’ is a rollicking good read.the novel that became the basis for the smash-hit film “Slumdog Millionaire,” used questions from a television quiz show to prompt flashbacks about its main character’s life story. Swarup’s second novel, “Six Suspects,” is a Bollywood version of the board game Clue with a strain of screwball comedy thrown in.