Ibis Trilogy
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  • 1
    Sea of Poppies | Amitav Ghosh

    Sea of Poppies

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    • By Amitav Ghosh
    • Narrated By Kish Sharma
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    In a time of colonial upheaval, fate has thrown together a truly diverse cast of Indians and Westerners, from a bankrupt Raja to a widowed villager, from an evangelical English opium trader to a mulatto American freedman. As their old family ties are washed away they, like their historical counterparts, come to view themselves as jahaj-bhais or ship-brothers. An unlikely dynasty is born, which will span continents, races and generations.

    Brilliant Story - Amazing Narration

    Kish Sharma brings Amitav Ghosh's intriguing and engaging story to life with a range of voices, characterisations and accents that gathers you in to f..Show More »

    Reviewed on 12 April 2016 by Philip ()
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    River of Smoke | Amitav Ghosh

    River of Smoke

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    • By Amitav Ghosh
    • Narrated By Lyndam Gregory
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    In September 1838 a storm blows up on the Indian Ocean and the Ibis, a ship carrying a consignment of convicts and indentured laborers from Calcutta to Mauritius, is caught up in the whirlwind. When the seas settle, five men have disappeared - two lascars, two convicts and one of the passengers. Did the same storm upend the fortunes of those aboard the Anahita, an opium carrier heading towards Canton?

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    Flood of Fire: Ibis Trilogy, Book 3 | Amitav Ghosh

    Flood of Fire: Ibis Trilogy, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (23 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Amitav Ghosh
    • Narrated By Raj Ghatak
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    The final book in the best-selling Ibis trilogy from the author of Booker-shortlisted Sea of Poppies. It is 1839, and tension has been rapidly mounting between China and British India following the crackdown on opium smuggling by Beijing. With no resolution in sight, the colonial government declares war. One of the vessels requisitioned for the attack, the Hind, travels eastward from Bengal to China, sailing into the midst of the First Opium War.

    Riveting

    Each thread was gathered with great skill and woven into a satisfying whole. A great conclusion to an excellent trilogy.

    Reviewed on 30 August 2016 by Jayfer ()