The Red Sari (SOFT COVER BOOK) Moro, Javier
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In 1965, Sonia Maino, a 19-year-old Italian student, meets a young Indian named Rajiv Gan dhi in Cambridge. She is the daughter of a humble family from the outskirts of Turin; he belongs to the most powerful lineage in India. It is the beginning of a love story that not even death will be able to break. Out of love, the Italian leaves her world and her past to merge with her new country, the prodigious India that worships twenty million deities, speaks eight hundred languages and votes for five hundred political parties. Her courage, her honesty and her dedication will end up making her a goddess in the eyes of a sixth of humanity. With authentic narrative magic, Javier Moro recounts the great family saga of the Nehru-Gandhi family, men and women trapped in the clutches of power, prisoners of a destiny they have not chosen, the same one that will lead Sonia to embody the hopes of twelve hundred million people in the country of Mahatma Gandhi. After the overwhelming success of Pasión india, Javier Moro, tireless researcher and great storyteller, now novels the true story of a European woman faced with a complicated and dangerous world, involved in the intrigues of a family as reviled as it is admired, and takes us to a Fascinating and turbulent India, in a permanent process of change. His previous novel, Indian Passion, has already captivated a million readers, is translated into seventeen languages and will soon be made into a film.
modern and contemporary fiction
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