The hungry tide 2004 is the sixth novel by indian born author amitav ghosh it won the 2004 hutch crossword book award for fiction synopsis off the easternmost coast of india in the bay of bengal lies the immense labyrinth of tiny islands known as the sundarbans for settlers here life is extremely precarious attacks by deadly tigers . The hungry tide has 12176 ratings and 926 reviews praveen said the true tragedy of routinely spent life is that its wastefulness does not become appa. The hungry tide is a great swirl of political social and environmental issures presented through a story thats full of romance suspense and poetry the washington post. The hungry tide is a whirlwind work of the imagination every bit as epic in scope and ambition as his beloved and bestselling work the glass palace home biography. The hungry tide is the fifth english language novel by amitav ghosh and like his earlier works it reflects the authors expertise as a sociologist with a phd from oxford university his broad general knowledge and his insight into the colonial past english and american writers would find it
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