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THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A FUCK BY MARK MANSON

THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A FUCK BY MARK MANSON

The book is of self-help genre written by Mark Manson and published by Harper Collins on 13th September 2016 is simply the marvelous creation in which he serves the brutal truth straight out without any pep talk. Mark Manson, the self -help author, blogger and entrepreneur has effortlessly given us an advice of lifetime – […] Read More

The Nancy Drew Files – Case 14 : This Side of Evil by Carolyn Keene

The Nancy Drew Files – Case 14 : This Side of Evil by Carolyn Keene

The Nancy Drew Files is a detective fiction started in 1986 and released by Simon & Schuster. It is based on the adventures of detective protagonist Nancy Drew, with more than 17 million copies sold and appeared on the best seller list of Publishers Weekly, B.Dalton and Waldenbooks these series of detective fiction had been […] Read More

STRONG MEDICINE BY ARTHUR HAILEY

STRONG MEDICINE BY ARTHUR HAILEY

Strong Medicine is a Arthur Hailey‘s magnum opus published in 1984. Arthur Hailey has meticulously created epic plots concentrating on a single industry each time, be it the automobile industry in ‘Wheels’ or the pharmaceutical industry in this book. His legacy started with the overnight success of his TV play ‘Flight into Danger’. He wrote […] Read More

THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT BY SIDNEY SHELDON

THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT BY SIDNEY SHELDON

The other side of midnight is a classic by Sidney Sheldon published in 1973, the book reached no.1 on the New York Times Best Seller list and was made into a 1977 film followed by a sequel titled “Memories of Midnight”. Its a tale of vengeance and the author has lived up to the title of […] Read More

PATHS OF GLORY BY JEFFREY ARCHER

PATHS OF GLORY BY JEFFREY ARCHER

Paths of glory is a classic by Jeffrey Archer published on 3rd March 2009. It is based on the story of George Mallory who died on his quest to climb Mount Everest. It fictionally supports that George Mallory was successful and was the first man to climb Everest before Sir Edmund Hillary. This however created […] Read More

SITA : WARRIOR OF MITHILA BY AMISH TRIPATHI

SITA : WARRIOR OF MITHILA BY AMISH TRIPATHI

Sita : Warrior of Mithila is the second book of the Ram Chandra series creatively crafted by Amish Tripathi published on 29 May 2017. The book is based on Sita ,the legendary Indian queen who was often regarded as an incarnation of goddess Lakshmi. Sita’s character has been carved so beautifully by the author that […] Read More

NOT A PENNY MORE NOT A PENNY LESS BY JEFFREY ARCHER

NOT A PENNY MORE NOT A PENNY LESS BY JEFFREY ARCHER

Not a penny more not a penny less critically acclaimed was Jeffrey Archer’s first novel, published in 1976, turned into a TV series & a movie too. It was often said that the book was slightly inspired by Archer’s real life experience of near bankruptcy. Harvey Melcalfe, in his 40s has mastered the art of […] Read More

SCION OF IKSHVAKU – RAM CHANDRA SERIES PART 1 BY AMISH TRIPATHI

SCION OF IKSHVAKU – RAM CHANDRA SERIES PART 1 BY AMISH TRIPATHI

Scion of Ikshvaku is the fictional chef d’oeuvre created by Amish Tripathi, released on 22 June 2015. It is the first book of Ram Chandra series which follows the paradigm of his previous bestseller Shiva Trilogy. The book is set in India 3400 BCE and but not exactly a retelling of Indian mythological epic Ramayana as it […] Read More

Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee

Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee

Go Set A Watchman is often said as the sequel of ‘To Kill A Mocking Bird’ by Harper Lee, published on July 14, 2015, although it had been written as a draft before the award-winning ‘To Kill A Mocking Bird’. Watchman, however, was set almost two decades after, as the main protagonist Jean Louise Finch […] Read More

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

A Thousand Splendid Suns is a novel beautifully written by author Khaled Hosseini in 2007 following the immense success of his previous bestseller, The Kite Runner. Anyone whose heartstrings were pulled in his previous novel will be immensely delighted to read this one. This novel perfectly captures the mother-daughter relationship & the hardships of Afghan […] Read More

To Kill A Mocking Bird By Harper Lee

To Kill A Mocking Bird By Harper Lee

Harper Lee the pen name of Nelle Harper Lee, novelist widely known for novel To Kill A Mockingbird, published in 1960.Immensely successful it won 1961 Pulitzer Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and numerous other literary awards and honors. To Kill a Mockingbird, is set in Deep South, and is a searing portrayal of race […] Read More

The Mother I Never Knew: Two Novels by Sudha Murty

The Mother I Never Knew: Two Novels by Sudha Murty

A brief introduction about Sudha Murty: Sudha Murty was born in Shiggaon in north Karnataka. She did her M.Tech in computer science, and is now the chairperson of the Infosys foundation. A prolific writer in English and Kannada, she has written novels, technical books, and travelogues, collection of short stories and non fictional pieces and four […] Read More

SHIVA TRILOGY BY AMISH TRIPATHI

SHIVA TRILOGY BY AMISH TRIPATHI

Amish Tripathi’s trilogy on Lord Shiva consists of three books, which have been launched regularly over the previous three years: ‘The Immortals of Meluha’, ‘The Secret of the Nagas’, and the a lot anticipated March-released finale, ‘The Oath of the Vayuputras’.   Tripathi has created a narrative round one of the vital revered gods in […] Read More

The Turning Point: Best of Young Indian Writers by Nikita Singh

The Turning Point: Best of Young Indian Writers by Nikita Singh

The Turning Point, is a compilation of quick tales from Indian Writers. This consists the work of Nikita Singh, Parinda Joshi, Atulya Mahajan, Shoma Narayanan, Harsh Snehanshu, Judy Balan, Meenakshi Reddy Mahadevan and Durjoy Dutta.  Each story right here has a distinct taste, however they’re sure collectively by a standard theme – because the title signifies—a […] Read More

Everyone Has A Story by Savi Sharma

Everyone Has A Story by Savi Sharma

Savi Sharma, an Indian debut writer, has penned an encouraging modern fiction in her book, Everyone Has A Story, that narrates the tales of 4 particular person souls, every wanting or ready for their very own story to start in some way. Because the 4 protagonists of this book cross the paths of one another, […] Read More

Palace of Illusions

Palace of Illusions

For readers keen to flee their humdrum existence through fiction immersed in magic, mysticism and fantasy, The Palace of Illusions is certain to please. Impressed by historical Indian legends hailing from the Third Age of Man, storyteller Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni has forged her heroine Panchaali in flesh, blood and hearth, a lady poised on the epicenter of […] Read More

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