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  • This brilliant story, as colossal, vibrant and chaotic as India itself... is not to be missed

  • Poignant, funny, rich... with an utterly orignal and brilliant structure at its heart

    Meg Rosoff, author of HOW I LIVE NOW
  • Mingling broad humour with incisive social comment, Q&A is absorbing and richly entertaining reading

    The Times
  • This lively picaresque novel has an original and telling premise... a colourful portrait of Indian society is painted with remarkable lightness and wit

    Sunday Telegraph
  • A hugely successful mixture of satire and intrigue

    Independent on Sunday
  • Swarup is an accomplished storyteller

    Daily Mail
  • An engaging and surprisingly informative read

  • This novel is part homage to the larger-than-life Bollywood film industry, and the characters and story are so engaging that you really have to read on to find out how it all comes together in the end

    Derby Evening Telegraph
  • One of the most delightful reads i've enjoyed in years

    Shashi Tharoor
  • Q&A is popular fiction at its best and brightest. The prose is efficient and the characters are briskly drawn in strong, sharp colours. Swarup clearly understands his job. As an exercise in genre, the novel is a triumph and that was before the movie-makers got to work

    Robert McCrum, Guardian

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