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In Transmission, award-winning writer Hari Kunzru takes an ultra-contemporary turn with the story of an Indian computer programmer whose luxurious fantasies about life in America are shaken when he accepts a California job offer. Lonely and naïve,

The plot is boring, characters are flat, there is not wit at all. I bought this book because it was in New York Times list of best books of the year but it turned out to be under any possible decency level

Wrote 11/11/12

We are always linked and there is something that binds us together.

Wrote 4/26/09
read this!!!
clever, entertaining, interesting.... fantastic, in a word! i loved this book, i read it in 5 days, despite lately being a slower reader, couldn't wait to go back to it every time i put it down. it has everything: it talks about globalisation in all...Continua

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