Aravind Adiga

Aravind Adiga is the author of THE WHITE TIGER, which was awarded the 2008 Man Booker Prize, and a collection of stories, BETWEEN THE ASSASSINATIONS. He was born in India and attended Columbia and Oxford universities. He is a former correspondent for Time magazine whose work has also appeared in The New Yorker, Granta, The Sunday Times (London) and the Financial Times, among other publications. He lives in India.

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by Aravind Adiga - Fiction, Literary Fiction

Real estate developer Dharmen Shah rose from nothing to create an empire and hopes to seal his legacy with a new building that promises to be one of the city’s most elite addresses. Shah is a dangerous man to refuse. But he meets his match in a retired schoolteacher named Masterji, who flat-out refuses to leave the apartment that Shah is on the brink of demolishing.