"A beautifully constructed piece of story-telling...taut, hard-edged prose" -- The Telegraph
"His finest piece of work to date... impassioned, intelligent and profoundly serious... We need more books like this" -- Scotland on Sunday
"My Revolutions is a sharp reminder, as sharp as tomorrow's headlines, of how the past will insist on haunting the present. Hari Kunzru writes a clear, clean, elegant prose, and his presentation of political realities is worryingly real" -- John Banville
"The way unacknowledged sexual competition, the thrill of transgression and the very adolescent desire to find a theory for everything sends its characters out of their depth is thoroughly understood, and carefully described. This is, it is a joy to report, a novel about terrorism that doesn't insist on, or even suggest, its relevance to the events of today" -- Literary Review
"This is a book that had to be written, this is a story that had to be told, this demystification of the last great mythical occurrence in recent times had to be done...This is a beautiful book, without naivety or cynicism"
-- Hindustani Times (New Delhi)
About the Author
Hari Kunzru is the author of The Impressionist
and the short story collection Noise
, and was named one of Grantas Best of Young British Novelists, 2003.
He is a contributing editor of Mute
magazine and sits on the executive council of English PEN. He lives in East London. You can read more about him at: www.harikunzru.com