Blue Boy

Blue Boy

Rakesh Satyal

Meet Kiran Sharma: lover of track, dance, and all issues sensual; son of immigrants, social outcast, non secular seeker. A boy who does not fairly comprehend his lot--until he realizes he is a god. . .

As an purely son, Kiran has obligations--to excel in his reports, to honor the deities, to discover a pleasant Indian woman, and, especially, to make his parents proud--standard stuff for a boy of his history. If basically Kiran had whatever in universal with the opposite Indian teenagers along with the colour of his pores and skin. They reject him at each flip, and his cretinous public schoolmates aren't any greater. Cincinnati within the early Nineteen Nineties is not precisely a hotbed of cultural range, and Kiran's not-so-well-kept secrets and techniques do not endear him to any team. fidgeting with dolls, deciding upon ballet over basketball, taking the once a year expertise convey approach too heavily. . .the very issues that make Kiran who he's additionally make him the celebrity of his personal own freak convey. . .

Surrounded via examples of upstanding Indian Americans--in his own residence, in his temple, on the weekly events given by way of his mom and dad' friends--Kiran however reveals it most unlikely to get the knack of "normalcy." after which one fateful day, a revelation: might be his wants will not be too earthly, yet too divine. possibly the answer to the secret of his lifestyles has been sooner than him considering the fact that beginning. For Kiran Sharma, an extended, unusual journey is ready to begin--a trip so elegant, so ridiculous, so painfully appealing, that it may in basic terms bring about the reality. . .

"The most sensible fiction reminds us that humanity is far, a lot greater than our own global, our personal little fact. Blue Boy indicates us an international too humorous and unhappy and candy to be according to something however the truth." --Chuck Palahniuk
New York Times Bestselling writer

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