Karna's Wheel

Karna's Wheel

A poignant story about love, inheritance, and the things that determine who we are, set to the backdrops of Twentieth century Dundee and Calcutta.

Karna's Wheel

A poignant story about love, inheritance, and the things that determine who we are, set to the backdrops of Twentieth century Dundee and Calcutta.

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Sep 28, 2018
978-1-78535-824-1

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Sep 28, 2018
978-1-78535-825-8

Michael Tobert
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Cultural heritage, Historical, Literary

Synopsis

Secrets present. Secrets past. Secrets in India, where Stephen’s grandfather is a lowly functionary in the engine room of the Raj. Secrets at home, held tightly by Stephen’s half-Indian, half-Scottish mother. Only by uncovering what has been hidden can Stephen win Julia, a woman with secrets of her own...

Set in St Andrews, Scotland before the millennium; among the early-Twentieth century jute mills of Dundee; in the industrial underbelly of colonial Calcutta and on the epic plains of ancient India, Karna’s Wheel is a poignant story about love, inheritance, and the things which make us what we are.

'Karna's Wheel is compelling, multi-layered and beautifully written.'
Chris Given-Wilson, shortlisted for the Wolfson History Prize 2017

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