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Shantaram

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Zusatztext A publishing phenomenon Informationen zum Autor Gregory David Roberts retired from public life in 2014 to devote time to his family and new writing projects. Klappentext A novel of high adventure! great storytelling and moral purpose! based on an extraordinary true story of eight years in the Bombay underworld. 'In the early 80s! Gregory David Roberts! an armed robber and heroin addict! escaped from an Australian prison to India! where he lived in a Bombay slum. There! he established a free health clinic and also joined the mafia! working as a money launderer! forger and street soldier. He found time to learn Hindi and Marathi! fall in love! and spend time being worked over in an Indian jail. Then! in case anyone thought he was slacking! he acted in Bollywood and fought with the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan . . . Amazingly! Roberts wrote Shantaram three times after prison guards trashed the first two versions. It's a profound tribute to his willpower . . . At once a high-kicking! eye-gouging adventure! a love saga and a savage yet tenderly lyrical fugitive vision.' Time Out * A publishing sensation: a stunning novel based on the author's dramatic and extraordinary true story of life on the run in the Bombay underworld * 'A literary masterpiece ... it has the grit and pace of a thriller' DAILY TELEGRAPH Zusammenfassung 'A literary masterpiece . . . at once erudite and intimate, reflective and funny . . . it has the grit and pace of a thriller' Daily Telegraph A novel of high adventure, great storytelling and moral purpose, based on an extraordinary true story of eight years in the Bombay underworld. 'In the early 80s, Gregory David Roberts, an armed robber and heroin addict, escaped from an Australian prison to India, where he lived in a Bombay slum. There, he established a free health clinic and also joined the mafia, working as a money launderer, forger and street soldier. He found time to learn Hindi and Marathi, fall in love, and spend time being worked over in an Indian jail. Then, in case anyone thought he was slacking, he acted in Bollywood and fought with the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan . . . Amazingly, Roberts wrote Shantaram three times after prison guards trashed the first two versions. It's a profound tribute to his willpower . . . At once a high-kicking, eye-gouging adventure, a love saga and a savage yet tenderly lyrical fugitive vision.' Time Out ...

A publishing phenomenon

Vorwort

* A publishing sensation: a stunning novel based on the author's dramatic and extraordinary true story of life on the run in the Bombay underworld
* 'A literary masterpiece ... it has the grit and pace of a thriller' DAILY TELEGRAPH



Autorentext
Gregory David Roberts retired from public life in 2014 to devote time to his family and new writing projects.

Klappentext

A novel of high adventure, great storytelling and moral purpose, based on an extraordinary true story of eight years in the Bombay underworld.

'In the early 80s, Gregory David Roberts, an armed robber and heroin addict, escaped from an Australian prison to India, where he lived in a Bombay slum. There, he established a free health clinic and also joined the mafia, working as a money launderer, forger and street soldier. He found time to learn Hindi and Marathi, fall in love, and spend time being worked over in an Indian jail. Then, in case anyone thought he was slacking, he acted in Bollywood and fought with the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan . . . Amazingly, Roberts wrote Shantaram three times after prison guards trashed the first two versions. It's a profound tribute to his willpower . . . At once a high-kicking, eye-gouging adventure, a love saga and a savage yet tenderly lyrical fugitive vision.' Time Out



Zusammenfassung

'A literary masterpiece . . . at once erudite and intimate, reflective and funny . . . it has the grit and pace of a thriller' Daily Telegraph

A novel of high adventure, great storytelling and moral purpose, based on an extraordinary true story of eight years in the Bombay underworld.

'In the early 80s, Gregory David Roberts, an armed robber and heroin addict, escaped from an Australian prison to India, where he lived in a Bombay slum. There, he established a free health clinic and also joined the mafia, working as a money launderer, forger and street soldier. He found time to learn Hindi and Marathi, fall in love, and spend time being worked over in an Indian jail. Then, in case anyone thought he was slacking, he acted in Bollywood and fought with the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan . . . Amazingly, Roberts wrote Shantaram three times after prison guards trashed the first two versions. It's a profound tribute to his willpower . . . At once a high-kicking, eye-gouging adventure, a love saga and a savage yet tenderly lyrical fugitive vision.' Time Out

Produktinformationen

Titel: Shantaram
Autor:
EAN: 9780349117546
ISBN: 0349117543
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Little, Brown Book Group
Genre: Romane & Erzählungen
Anzahl Seiten: 944
Gewicht: 639g
Größe: H195mm x B130mm x T45mm
Veröffentlichung: 01.04.2005
Jahr: 2005
Auflage: 40th ed.
Land: GB