The Violent Land: Jorge Amado, Rs. 699
From the great Brazilian author, an exotic tale of greed, madness and a dispute between two powerful families.
The Herbalist: Niamh Boyce, Rs. 499
Deeply moving and viscerally powerful novel about the lives of women in 1930s Ireland.
The Other Typist: Suzanne Rindell, Rs. 550
A twisty yarn that drives the reader through the story in a frenzied quest to discover what's real and what isn't.
Time Present And Time Past: Deirdre Madden, Rs. 599
The book is beautifully written and gently invites us to consider the shifting patterns of time.
Carnival: A Novel: Rawi Hage, Rs. 550
A tour de force that will make all of life’s passengers squirm in their comfortable, complacent backseats.
The Science Delusion: Freeing the Spirit of Enquiry: Rupert Sheldrake, Rs. 495
This book shows that science is being constructed by assumptions that have hardened into dogmas.
What Has Nature Ever Done For Us?: How Money Really Does Grow on Trees: Tony Juniper, Rs. 799
The book will change then whole way you think about life, the planet and the economy.
Travel With Epicures: Meditations from a Greek Island on the Pleasures of Old Age: Daniel Klein, Rs. 699
Delightful, quirky jaunt through the terrain of old age, led by a perceptive and witty modern-day sage.
Our Necessary Shadow: The Nature and Meaning of Psychiatry: Tom Burns, Rs.999
Reviews the historical development of psychiatry.
Permanent Present Tense: The Man With No Memory, And What He Taught The World: Suzanne Corkin, Rs. 799
Explores the astonishing complexity of the human brain with great clarity, sensitivity, and grace.
It shows how one man's story challenged our very notions of who we are.
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