Sycamore Row: John Grisham, Rs. 350
The sequel to A Time to Kill is the thrilling story of the elusive search for justice in a small American town.
Nothing Holds Back The Night: Delphine de Vigan, Rs. 699
Remarkable work, universally recognisable and singularly heartbreaking.
The Girl From Nongrim Hills: Ankush Saikia, Rs. 299
Dark, atmospheric and gripping, it is a superb thriller and a great Shillong novel.
Undying Echoes Of Silence: T.P. Rajeevan, Rs. 450
This thrilling murder mystery is the story of Manickyam, a young girl who is married to Pokkan, an assistant to the sorcerer of the village.
Draupadi In High Heels: Aditi Kotwal, Rs. 150
Funny and romantic, this book explores the power of one’s choice and how deeply it affects life.
Sita: An Illustrated Retelling Of Ramayana: Devdutt Pattanaik, Rs. 499
Retelling of the Ramayana, drawing attention to the many oral, visual and written retellings composed in different times.
David And Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits And The Art Of Battling Giants: Malcolm Gladwell, Rs. 699
Brilliant and illuminating work that overturns conventional thinking about power and advantage.
India Aspires: Redefining Politics of Development, Nitin Gadkari
as told to Tuhin A. Sinha, Rs. 295
Gives a rare insight into the thoughts of Nitin Gadkari and spells out his agenda for the nation.
Caste In Modern India: A Reader (two-volume set): editors: Sumit Sarkar and Tanika Sarkar, Rs. 1,900
This two-volume anthology picks out some of the best essays on the subject in order to explore specific aspects of modern caste.
The Life And Times Of Krishna: The Deity Who Lived as Man: J. Brahmanaanda Patro, Rs. 495
A reading on the historical Krishna and the the pursuit of dharma, above all else.
Source: DC Books