No Country: A Novel is an adventurous journey build on the blood, guts and dreams of people from three continents, and close to two decades of troubled history. Written by Kalyan Ray and published by Simon & Schuster, this book wonderfully dramatizes the stories of a bygone era.
The author's sincere effort is an epic flow of tribute, celebration and commemoration, which makes the novel a good read. From cover to cover, the book carries a watermark; announcing intelligence and brings beautiful prose at your fingertips while avoiding kitsch and stock situation. The readers will certainly be on their toes as they flip through the pages of this highly entertaining novel.
In this ambitious work, Kalyan Ray's careful research is evident on each page, as he writes with a special focus on the social and cultural forces that worked during the trying times.
The book depicts the periods of poverty and struggle in three countries - India, Ireland, and the U.S. Here the author's vision is truly romantic and poignant as he relates history with people in this multi-generation novel.
This sprawling novel that spans two centuries and three continents, depicting stories of the famine-stricken Ireland, colonized India, and the current, upstate New York. The book reveals an enchanting and riveting story of history, fate of family, and enduring ties of friendship.
The story begins in Ireland in 1843, and continues to develop in India and the U.S.- places where the characters are slowly settling down, as time moves forward, towards a disastrous convergence from the opposite sides of the world. This is an engrossing story of love and betrayals, family and adversity, defining overwhelming personal relationships. Order online your copy, today!
This moving and compelling story is replete with richly satisfying ironies, as the author reveals both the trauma and thrill of immigration in a truly powerful style.
The Hardcover Edition of the book is published by Simon & Schuster in English.