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  • A wild, spiralling wonder of a book... the sharpest reflection of the capital since William Dalrymple's City of Djinns... Read this book and laugh, grow and gaze in gob-smacked wonder at India's whirling dreamtown

    Rory Maclean, Guardian
  • The liveliest of city travelogues, a beguiling introduction to the Indian capital and an irresistible read for even the faintly curious

    Literary Review
  • A chronicle that rivals its subject matter in energy and scope... His talent is dizzying and his narrative a rich accomplishment. I walked miles in Delhi - without moving an inch

    The Times
  • A dizzying, droll travelogue... Miller's multitudinous city snapshots elucidate the paradoxes of gloablisation without judgement, and his tales of urban wandering form a valuable archive of a rapidly transforming city. Miller's forays into city slums are poignant, humanising evocations of Delhi's underside

    Hirsh Sawnhey, Guardian
  • A thoroughly entertaining book - even down to the countless footnotes - about a fascinating city

    Financial Times

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