Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity

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"[An] exquisitely accomplished first book. Novelists dream of defining characters this swiftly and beautifully, but Ms. Boo is not a novelist. She is one of those rare, deep-digging journalists who can make truth surpass fiction, a documentarian with a superb sense of human drama. She makes it very easy to forget that this book is the work of a reporter. .... Comparison to Dickens is not unwarranted."
--Janet Maslin, "The New York Times"
"A jaw-dropping achievement, an instant classic of narrative nonfiction...With a cinematic intensity...Boo transcends and subverts every cliche, cynical or earnest, that we harbor about Indian destitution and gazes directly into the hearts, hopes, and human promise of vibrant people whom you'll not soon forget."
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"Riveting, fearlessly reported....["Beautiful Forevers"]""plays out like a swift, richly plotted novel. That's partly because Boo writes so damn well. But it's also because over the course of three years in India she got extraordinary access to the lives and minds of the Annawadi slum, a settlement nestled jarringly close to a shiny international airport and a row of luxury hotels. Grade: A."
--"Entertainment Weekly"
"A tough-minded, inspiring, and irresistible book ... Boo's extraordinary achievement is twofold. She shows us how people in the most desperate circumstances can find the resilience to hang on to their humanity. Just as importantly, she makes us care."
--"People" (four stars)
"Extraordinary."
--"The New York Times Book Review"
"A shocking--and riveting--portrait of life in modern India. ... This is one stunning piece of narrative nonfiction ... Boo's prose is electric."
--"O," The Oprah Magazine
"Gripping...A brilliant novelistic narration."
-"Wall Street Journal "
"Moving.... a humane, powerful and insightful book....A book of nonfiction so stellar it puts most novels to shame."
-- "Boston Globe"
"A mind-blowing re

A book of extraordinary intelligence [and] humanity . . . beyond groundbreaking. Junot Diaz, The New York Times Book Review
Reported like Watergate, written like Great Expectations, and handily the best international nonfiction in years. New York
This book is both a tour de force of social justice reportage and a literary masterpiece. Judges Citation for the PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award
Incandescent writing and excruciatingly good storytelling. The Philadelphia Inquirer

Outstanding. USA Today

A richly detailed tapestry of tragedy and triumph told by a seemingly omniscient narrator with an attention to detail that reads like fiction while in possession of the urgent humanity of nonfiction. Los Angeles Times
Rends the heart, thrills the mind, pricks the conscience, and burns the pages. Washingtonian
[An] exquisitely accomplished first book. Novelists dream of defining characters this swiftly and beautifully, but Ms. Boo is not a novelist. She is one of those rare, deep-digging journalists who can make truth surpass fiction, a documentarian with a superb sense of human drama. She makes it very easy to forget that this book is the work of a reporter. . . . Comparison to Dickens is not unwarranted. Janet Maslin, The New York Times
A jaw-dropping achievement, an instant classic of narrative nonfiction . . . With a cinematic intensity . . . Boo transcends and subverts every cliche, cynical or earnest, that we harbor about Indian destitution and gazes directly into the hearts, hopes, and human promise of vibrant people whom you ll not soon forget. Elle

Riveting, fearlessly reported . . . [Behind theBeautiful Forevers] plays out like a swift, richly plotted novel. That s partly because Boo writes so damn well. But it s also because over the course of three years in India she got extraordinary access to the lives and minds of the Annawadi slum, a settlement nestled jarringly close to a shiny international airport and a row of luxury hotels. Grade: A. Entertainment Weekly
A tough-minded, inspiring, and irresistible book . . . Boo s extraordinary achievement is twofold.She shows us how people in the most desperate circumstances can find the resilience to hang on to their humanity. Just as importantly, she makes us care. People (four stars)
A shocking and riveting portrait of life in modern India . . . This is one stunning piece of narrative nonfiction. . . . Boo s prose is electric. O: The Oprah Magazine
[A] landmark book. TheWall Street Journal
Moving . . . a humane, powerful and insightful book . . . a book of nonfiction so stellar it puts most novels to shame. TheBoston Globe
A mind-blowing read. Redbook
An unforgettable true story, meticulously researched with unblinking honesty . . . pure, astonishing reportage with as unbiased a lens as possible. TheChristian Science Monitor
The most riveting Indian story since Slumdog Millionaire except hers is true. Marie Claire

Seamless and intimate . . . a scrupulously true story . . . It s tempting to compare [Behind the Beautiful Forevers] to a novel, but . . . that would hardly do it justice. Salon
Extraordinary . . . moving . . . Like the best journeys, Boo s book cracks open our preconceptions and constructs an abiding bridge at once daunting and inspiring to a world we would never otherwise recognize as our own. National Geographic Traveler
Behind the Beautiful Forevers offers a rebuke to official reports and dry statistics on the global poor. . . . Boo is one of few chroniclers providing this picture. She s a moral force and . . . an artist of reverberating power. The American Prospect
Kate Boo s reporting is a form of kinship. Abdul and Manju and Kalu of Annawadi will not be forgotten. She leads us through their unknown world, her gift of language rising up like a delicate string of necessary lights. There are books that change the way you feel and see; this is one of them. If we receive the fiery spirit from which it was written, it ought to change much more than that. Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, author of Random Family

I couldn t putBehind the Beautiful Foreversdown even when I wanted to when the misery, abuse and filth that Boo so elegantly and understatedly describes became almost overwhelming. Her book, situatedin a slum on the edge of Mumbai s internationalairport, is one of the most powerful indictments of economicinequality I ve ever read. If Bollywood everdecides to do its ownversion ofThe Wire, this would be it. Barbara Ehrenreich, author ofNickel and Dimed

A beautiful account, told through real-life stories, of the sorrows and joys, the anxieties and stamina, in the lives of the precarious and powerless in urban India whom a booming country has failed to absorb and integrate. A brilliant book that simultaneously informs, agitates, angers, inspires, and instigates. Amartya Sen, Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics
Without question the best book yet written on contemporary India. Also, the best work of narrative nonfiction I ve read in twenty-five years. Ramachandra Guha, author ofIndiaAfter Gandhi

There is a lot to like about this book: the prodigious research that it is built on, distilled so expertly that we hardly notice how much we are being taught; the graceful and vivid prose that never calls attention to itself; and above all, the true and moving renderings of the people of the Mumbai slum called Annawadi. Garbage pickers and petty thieves, victims of gruesome injustice Ms. Boo draws us into their lives, and they do not let us go. This is a superb book. Tracy Kidder, author of Mountains Beyond Mountains and Strength in What Remains
"It might surprise you how completely enjoyable this book is, as rich and beautifully written as a novel. In the hierarchy of long form reporting, Katherine Boo is right up there. David Sedaris"

"A book of extraordinary intelligence [and] humanity . . . beyond groundbreaking."--Junot Diaz, The New York Times Book Review

"Reported like Watergate, written like Great Expectations, and handily the best international nonfiction in years."--New York

"This book is both a tour de force of social justice reportage and a literary masterpiece."--Judges' Citation for the PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award

"Incandescent writing and excruciatingly good storytelling."--The Philadelphia Inquirer

"Outstanding."--USA Today

"A richly detailed tapestry of tragedy and triumph told by a seemingly omniscient narrator with an attention to detail that reads like fiction while in possession of the urgent humanity of nonfiction."--Los Angeles Times

"Rends the heart, thrills the mind, pricks the conscience, and burns the pages."--Washingtonian

"[An] exquisitely accomplished first book. Novelists dream of defining characters this swiftly and beautifully, but Ms. Boo is not a novelist. She is one of those rare, deep-digging journalists who can make truth surpass fiction, a documentarian with a superb sense of human drama. She makes it very easy to forget that this book is the work of a reporter. . . . Comparison to Dickens is not unwarranted."--Janet Maslin, The New York Times

"A jaw-dropping achievement, an instant classic of narrative nonfiction . . . With a cinematic intensity . . . Boo transcends and subverts every cliche, cynical or earnest, that we harbor about Indian destitution and gazes directly into the hearts, hopes, and human promise of vibrant people whom you'll not soon forget."--Elle

"Riveting, fearlessly reported . . . [Behind the Beautiful Forevers] plays out like a swift, richly plotted novel. That's partly because Boo writes so damn well. But it's also because over the course of three years in India she got extraordinary access to the lives and minds of the Annawadi slum, a settlement nestled jarringly close to a shiny international airport and a row of luxury hotels. Grade: A."--Entertainment Weekly

"A tough-minded, inspiring, and irresistible book . . . Boo's extraordinary achievement is twofold. She shows us how people in the most desperate circumstances can find the resilience to hang on to their humanity. Just as importantly, she makes us care."--People (four stars)

"A shocking--and riveting--portrait of life in modern India . . . This is one stunning piece of narrative nonfiction. . . . Boo's prose is electric."--O: The Oprah Magazine

"[A] landmark book."--The Wall Street Journal

"Moving . . . a humane, powerful and insightful book . . . a book of nonfiction so stellar it puts most novels to shame."--The Boston Globe

"A mind-blowing read."--Redbook

"An unforgettable true story, meticulously researched with unblinking honesty . . . pure, astonishing reportage with as unbiased a lens as possible."--The Christian Science Monitor

"The most riveting Indian story since Slumdog Millionaire--except hers is true."--Marie Claire

"Seamless and intimate . . . a scrupulously true story . . . It's tempting to compare [Behind the Beautiful Forevers] to a novel, but . . . that would hardly do it justice."--Salon

"Extraordinary . . . moving . . . Like the best journeys, Boo's book cracks open our preconceptions and constructs an abiding bridge--at once daunting and inspiring--to a world we would never otherwise recognize as our own."--National Geographic Traveler

"Behind the Beautiful Forevers offers a rebuke to official reports and dry statistics on the global poor. . . . Boo is one of few chroniclers providing this picture. She's a moral force and . . . an artist of reverberating power."--The American Prospect

"Kate Boo's reporting is a form of kinship. Abdul and Manju and Kalu of Annawadi will not be forgotten. She leads us through their unknown world, her gift of language rising up like a delicate string of necessary lights. There are books that change the way you feel and see; this is one of them. If we receive the fiery spirit from which it was written, it ought to change much more than that."--Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, author of Random Family

"I couldn't put Behind the Beautiful Forevers down even when I wanted to--when the misery, abuse and filth that Boo so elegantly and understatedly describes became almost overwhelming. Her book, situated in a slum on the edge of Mumbai's international airport, is one of the most powerful indictments of economic inequality I've ever read. If Bollywood ever decides to do its own version of The Wire, this would be it."--Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed

"A beautiful account, told through real-life stories, of the sorrows and joys, the anxieties and stamina, in the lives of the precarious and powerless in urban India whom a booming country has failed to absorb and integrate. A brilliant book that simultaneously informs, agitates, angers, inspires, and instigates."--Amartya Sen, Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics

"Without question the best book yet written on contemporary India. Also, the best work of narrative nonfiction I've read in twenty-five years."--Ramachandra Guha, author of India After Gandhi

"There is a lot to like about this book: the prodigious research that it is built on, distilled so expertly that we hardly notice how much we are being taught; the graceful and vivid prose that never calls attention to itself; and above all, the true and moving renderings of the people of the Mumbai slum called Annawadi. Garbage pickers and petty thieves, victims of gruesome injustice--Ms. Boo draws us into their lives, and they do not let us go. This is a superb book."--Tracy Kidder, author of Mountains Beyond Mountains and Strength in What Remains

"It might surprise you how completely enjoyable this book is, as rich and beautifully written as a novel. In the hierarchy of long form reporting, Katherine Boo is right up there."--David Sedaris

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In this brilliant, breathtaking book by Pulitzer Prize winner Katherine Boo, a bewildering age of global change and inequality is made human through the dramatic story of families striving toward a better life in Annawadi, a makeshift settlement in the shadow of luxury hotels near the Mumbai airport. As India starts to prosper, the residents of Annawadi are electric with hope. Abdul, an enterprising teenager, sees “a fortune beyond counting” in the recyclable garbage that richer people throw away. Meanwhile Asha, a woman of formidable ambition, has identified a shadier route to the middle class. With a little luck, her beautiful daughter, Annawadi’s “most-everything girl,” might become its first female college graduate. And even the poorest children, like the young thief Kalu, feel themselves inching closer to their dreams. But then Abdul is falsely accused in a shocking tragedy; terror and global recession rock the city; and suppressed tensions over religion, caste, sex, power, and economic envy turn brutal. With intelligence, humor, and deep insight into what connects people to one another in an era of tumultuous change,Behind the Beautiful Forevers, based on years of uncompromising reporting,carries the reader headlong into one of the twenty-first century’s hidden worlds—and into the hearts of families impossible to forget.

Winner of the National Book Award | The PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award | The Los Angeles Times Book Prize | The American Academy of Arts and Letters Award | The New York Public Library’s Helen Bernstein Book Award

NAMED ONE OF THE TEN BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY
The New York Times · The Washington Post · O: The Oprah Magazine · USA Today · New York · The Miami Herald · San Francisco Chronicle · Newsday

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY
The New Yorker · People · Entertainment Weekly · The Wall Street Journal · The Boston Globe · The Economist · Financial Times · Newsweek/The Daily Beast · Foreign Policy · The Seattle Times · The Nation · St. Louis Post-Dispatch · The Denver Post · Minneapolis Star Tribune · Salon · The Plain Dealer · The Week · Kansas City Star ·Slate · Time Out New York · Publishers Weekly

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

“A book of extraordinary intelligence [and] humanity . . . beyond groundbreaking.”—Junot Díaz,The New York Times Book Review

“Reported like Watergate, written like Great Expectations, and handily the best international nonfiction in years.”New York

“This book is both a tour de force of social justice reportage and a literary masterpiece.”—Judges’ Citation for the PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award

“[A] landmark book.”The Wall Street Journal

“A triumph of a book.”—Amartya Sen

“There are books that change the way you feel and see; this is one of them.”—Adrian Nicole LeBlanc

“[A] stunning piece of narrative nonfiction . . . [Katherine] Boo’s prose is electric.”—O: The Oprah Magazine

“Inspiring, and irresistible . . . Boo’s extraordinary achievement is twofold. She shows us how people in the most desperate circumstances can find the resilience to hang on to their humanity. Just as important, she makes us care.”—People

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