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10 thoughts on “Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line

  1. says:

    Journalist and author Deepa Anappara draws our attention to the horrors and tragedy of the terrifyingly enormous numbers of children that go missing in India a matter that is largely met by indifference in mainstream Indian society The impoverished slums and community are depicted with an astonishing vibrancy as the people go about their daily lives and the challenges they face lying within sight of the wealth

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    I really enjoyed the atmosphere created The environment reveals a distinct separation of classes and the varied lives according to social stat

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    Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line combines humour and warmth with tragedy and deprivation; innocence and optimism with bigotry and corruption Despite the ‘djinn patrol’ of the title there’s very little magic hereSet in a basti or Indian slum where children have vanished and the police are disinclined to help the novel follows

  4. says:

    Thank you Random House for the gifted bookIn Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line journalist and author Deepa Anappara has the reader firmly on the ground in an Indian basti with its sights sounds and smells of the yummy food wafting through the neighborhood and all of it is through the eyes of the lovable child narrator JaiThe book draws attention to the large number of children who go missing in India daily Did you know close to 200 children

  5. says:

    This is a tragic story that underlines the shocking fact that an estimated 180 children go missing in India each day It describes the religious social and financial divides problematic in modern India The story

  6. says:

    First and foremost a large thank you to NetGalley Deepa Anappara and Penguin Random House Canada for providing me with a copy of this publication which allows me to provide you with an unbiased reviewDelving into to the darker side of life i

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    Fourth read from the 2020 Women's Prize for Fiction longlistMost enjoyable for the richness of its sensory details Cravin

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    “Do you know there are people who will make you their slaves? You’ll be locked up in the bathroom and let out only to clean the house Or you’ll be taken across the border to Nepal and forced to make bricks in kilns where you

  9. says:

    28 The strength of this novel is the vivid setting of the Indian basti slum and surrounding city that 9 year old Jai navigates It is written as a light hearted caper featuring Jai imitating a TV detective to find a missing friend U

  10. says:

    Jail lives in a poor slum in India Children start going missing and he decides to investigate like the detectives do in his favourite TV shows But Jai is just nine years old The local police are not interested in finding the children The depict

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S fancy high rises and though his mother works as a maid in one to him they seem a thousand miles awayJai drools outside sweet shops watches too many reality police shows and considers himself to be smarter than his friends Pari though she gets the best grades and Faiz though Faiz has an actual job When a classmate goes missing Jai decides to use the crime solving skills he has picked up from TV to find him He asks Pari and Faiz to be his assistants and together they draw up lists of people to i. First and foremost a large thank you to NetGalley Deepa Anappara and Penguin Random House Canada for providing me with a copy of this publication which allows me to provide you with an un

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Three friends venture into the most dangerous corners of a sprawling Indian city to find their missing classmateDown market lanes crammed with too many people dogs and rickshaws past stalls that smell of cardamom and sizzling oil below a smoggy sky that doesn’t let through a single blade of sunlight and all the way at the end of the Purple metro line lies a jumble of tin roofed homes where nine year old Jai lives with his family From his doorway he can spot the glittering lights of the city’. Journalist and author Deepa Anappara draws our attention to the horrors and tragedy of the terrifyingly enormous numbers of children that go missing in India a matter that is largely met b

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Nterview and places to visitBut what begins as a game turns sinister as other children start disappearing from their neighborhood Jai Pari and Faiz have to confront terrified parents an indifferent police force and rumors of soul snatching djinns As the disappearances edge ever closer to home the lives of Jai and his friends will never be the same againDrawing on real incidents and a spate of disappearances in metropolitan IndiaTake a look at the Reading Guide for Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line. Fourth read from the 2020 Women s Prize for Fiction longlistMost enjoyable for the richness of its sensory details Cravings for samosas and tikka masala inevitably follow It s easy to forg