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1 Anuradha Majumdar
Island of Infinity: Marina's Dream
Puffin; New Delhi, India; 2005; 0143335138 / 9780143335139; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Marina, Gautam and Tenzing first come to know of Infinity when they see a rock that turns invisible in sunlight, and are told the legend of the messenger turtle from this mysterious island. Could the island be the one wrapped in light that Marina dreams of? And when their summer holidays are disrupted by a strange man and threatening phone calls from an international arms manufacturer called Dargate, they begin to suspect that there might be some truth to the legend after all. In their search for Infinity, Gautam, Marina and Spark the parrot find themselves en route to the Andaman Islands in a little ship that runs into a devastating storm. At every stage, they encounter the fell agents of Dargate, who want to make sure that the world will never find the island of Infinity again. But then, there is one part of the legend that very few know . . . Printed Pages: 312. 012993

Price: 5.95 USD
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2 Anuradha Majumdar
Refugees from Paradise
Penguin; New Delhi, India; 2004; 0143031309 / 9780143031307; First Edition; Paperback; New; New; 
`[Anuradha Majumdar is] an excellent writer…funny, quirky, poetic.'—Yann Martel, author of Life of Pi Refugees from Paradise addresses the ultimate mystery of our times: Does Paradise still exist? In Casa Mira, an unusual house of tenants in London, Jonathan Ferry, an actor and aspiring film-maker, is hunted by a story (like an aircraft, it `tilts inside his head every morning as he wakes up'). Meanwhile, Anjali Mehra, a television journalist in New Delhi, hunts after another on assignment. Their separate obsessions lead them to a village fair in Kenduli, Bengal, and to the Baul singer Krishnagopal, 150 years old or perhaps older, who once sang to a wounded pilot who fell out of the sky and into a jungle in Assam, where the mighty Brahmaputra roars like a demon. Where, in all this, is the road to paradise? Eventually it falls upon Milton, the venerable poet reborn as a cat, to detect a few remarkable things, and give us a glimpse of the grand design. Printed Pages: 296. 002951

Price: 6.65 USD
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