Bankrupt: Ravi Subramanian: Rs. 299

Set in Mumbai, Coimbatore and Boston, the author creates an impeccably researched world where everyone has a motive to kill.

The Luminaries: Eleanor Catton, Rs. 799

An extraordinary piece of fiction full of narrative, linguistic and psychological pleasures.

Scandal Point: Fahad Samar, Rs. 250

Wicked, sharply observed satire of Bollywood, high society shenanigans and our obsession with celebrity.

Ithaca: David Davidar, Rs. 299

Compelling and thought-provoking novel by one of India’s foremost authors. Itdepicts the exhilarating and surprisingly turbulent world of book publishing.

The Lowland: Vintage, Rs. 499

Shifting among the points of view of a wide range of richly drawn characters, it is at once a page-turner and a work of great beauty and complex emotion.


Pope Francis: Untying The Knots, Paul Vallely, Rs. 399

A perceptive portrait of a man of whom many have high hopes and expectations.

Past Perfect: Letters To Aditi: Anna Varughese, Rs. 295

Here is that captivating story, full of humour and laughter, of a Kerala childhood packed with family, cousins playing ever ending games, gatherings around tables groaning with food and celebrations of weddings, festivals and ordinary days with equal gusto.

Hitched: The Modern Women And Arranged Marriage: Nandini Krishnan, Rs. 299

Explores in depth the considerations matrimony should involve and the issues that can crop up at different stages of an arranged marriage.

On A Clear Day You Can See India: The Little World Of The District Official In India's North East: Balagopal C., Rs. 299

Glimpse into the intricacies and challenges of governing remote and overlooked areas in the North East.

The Japji And The Rehras: The Morning And Evening Prayers Of The Sikhs: Translated by Khushwant Singh, Rs. 495

Beautifully illustrated, this is a collector's edition for anyone interested not only in the Sikh faith but also in great sacred literature.

Source: DC Books

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