I don't have much to add to what's been said about this story of the Annawadi undercity adjacent to the airport and luxury hotels of booming Mumbai. 21st century economic growth and the decline of the caste system has made Mumbai a grasping, frantic, competitive place, with rampant corruption and unrelenting violence, filth and disease for the unblessed majority. It is such a gripping story that it is hard to step back and appreciate the research and journalistic acumen that went into telling it. The people that are reduced to fly-covered "ribby" children in TV ads are presented here as real people with dreams, fears, frustrations and opinions - imagine that. It's an important book and a page-turning read.