Enter to Win: The Windfall

Diksha Basu’s heartfelt debut novel unfolds the story of a family discovering what it means to “make it” in modern India.

For the past thirty years, Mr. and Mrs. Jha’s lives have been defined by cramped spaces, cut corners, gossipy neighbors, and the small dramas of stolen yoga pants and stale marriages. But then Mr. Jha comes into an enormous and unexpected sum of money, and moves his wife from their housing complex in East Delhi to the super-rich side of town, where he becomes eager to fit in as a man of status.

The move sets off a chain of events that rock their neighbors, their marriage, and their son, who is struggling to keep a lid on his romantic dilemmas and slipping grades while in America for business school, and brings unintended consequences, ultimately forcing the Jha family to reckon with what really matters.

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  • Carol Luciano

    Thanks for the giveaway chance. Sounds interesting.
    Carol L
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  • C L Couch

    The story sounds grand. We in the USA need to read expressive accounts of life now elsewhere. This novel is a contribution and a tribute to India and the world. Thank you!

  • Hippiechick2

    I am on this giveaway like a fly on molasses ! Thanks as always, Read It Forward.

  • FelicitaMurray

    LOOKS LIKE A GREAT READ

  • Genea Sharpe

    Sounds interesting, would love to read it.

  • Tonya Mathis

    Sounds interesting.

  • Margaret Turner

    Like to read new authors and about different cultures.

  • Niko

    I would love this giveaway sound intreaging!

  • Barry Collins

    I would really really like to read this book. I have Indian friends in Chennai, India. I find that country full of history and fascination!

  • Christine Clark

    Love books about India. I find their culture and people very interesting!

    • Dane

      Agreed. Also, in most of the ones I’ve read, they have a funny, self-deprecating sense of humor.

  • Pj Gaumond

    Sounds like an amazing book. I’d really love to win it.

  • vicki

    Love books

  • peacesun

    I belonged to a Writer’s Group for 5 years and enjoyed learning about different cultures including one of the writers from India. Reading a portion of her manuscript has stayed with me along with the strong family ties, rituals and obligations with their religious community.

  • Lisa Hudson

    Sounds like a great book!!

  • chankagirl

    I would love to win this book. I enjoy reading books about Indian people and their way of life.

  • cindy

    Thank You for the opportunity to win.

  • Trina Snow

    I would be so happy to win this book ,thank you for the chance to win

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