The Inheritance of Loss - MAN BOOKER PRIZE WINNER 2006
In the foothills of the Himalayas sits a once grand, now crumbling house - home to three people and a dog. There is the retired judge dreaming of colonial yesterdays; his orphaned granddaughter Sai who has fallen for her clever maths tutor; the cook, whose son Biju writes untruthful letters home from New York City; and Mutt, the judge's beloved dog. Around the house swirls mountain mist - but also the forces of revolution and change. For a new world is clashing with the old, and the future offers both hope and betrayal ... Winner of the 2006 Booker Prize.
Winner of Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2006. Shortlisted for British Book Awards: Writer of the Year 2007 and Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction 2007.