People have been saying some nice things about our books lately. Thanks, people!
What Have You Changed Your Mind About?: Newsweek called it “fascinating,” and the Toronto Star said it “drive[s] home the lesson that in science being wrong occasionally is a good thing, not least because it renews curiosity and reminds the scientists that they don’t know everything.”
Family Planning: The Seattle Times said that “Mahajan packs this hyperbolic blast of a novel with scathing reflections on government corruption, poisonous Hindu-Muslim relations and Indian TV-soap-opera obsessions . . . you feel you’re getting the purest essence of the subcontinent . . . you’re in Delhi, sweating the heat and fighting the frustrations.”