Enter to win an Audible.com copy of Ashwin Rao!

Thrilled that my novel, The Ever After of Ashwin Rao, is now available on Audible.com, narrated by the very talented Sunil Malhotra. Want to win a copy? See below.

One of the most flattering review comments this book received  was that it’s “…the best kind of political novel: the kind that doesn’t force you to constantly notice it’s a political novel.” (J. C. Sutcliffe, The Globe and Mail)

What’s your favorite political novel?

Tell me in the comments below, or on my Facebook page, and I will enter you in a drawing to receive a free copy of The Ever After of Ashwin Rao audiobook! I have three to give away and will do the drawing Friday at noon.

 

 

10 Responses to “Enter to win an Audible.com copy of Ashwin Rao!”

  1. Andrew Johnson

    I’m already a winner. I have a signed copy.
    (I didn’t read it out loud though.)

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  2. Jeannine Durdik

    Perfect for a long drive to Chicago! But i bet i will hear your voice rather than your readers.’

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  3. Catherine Wallack

    The Bonfire of the Vanities Tom Wolfe

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  4. Mark Baker

    I have many, but my favorite is Dostoyevsky’s Notes from the Underground.

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  5. Amos Blackwood

    The new Jim Crow.
    Mass incarceration in the age of color blindness
    Michelle Alexander

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  6. Manjinder

    Helium by Jaspreet Singh and Anita Rao Badami’s Can you hear the nightbird call? In fact, The Ever After of Ashwin Rao, together with them makes a comprehensive study of the Punjab turmoil of 1980s which shattered many lives.

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  7. Jocelyn Parr

    I’ve loved so many novels, but qualifying them as political or not: that’s tough. Roberto Bolaño’s 2666, especially The Part about the Murders comes to mind, but the best of late might be Leanne Simpson’s Islands of Decolonial Love.

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  8. Suzanne Jameson

    “All the King’s Men.”
    Would love to have an audiobook copy of “The Ever After of Ashwin Rao.” Thanks!

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  9. Vivian Hill

    The closest thing to a political novel I’ve read is The Handmaid’s Tale (and Ashwun Rao!).

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  10. Crow Johnson Evans

    Please add my name to the possible winners of a copy. Thank you. Crow

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