The Signature Of All Things: Elizabeth Gilbert, Rs. 599
She is a clear-minded scientist; he is a Utopian artist. But what unites this couple is a shared passion to understand the workings of this world and the mechanisms behind all of life.
Solo: William Boyd, Rs. 599
The new James Bond novel is everything that there is to know about the super spy.
Police: Jo Nesbo, Rs. 650
The victims are carefully chosen. The locations are former crime scenes. The killings are no accidents. The target: police.
Undying Echoes Of Silence: Thochom Poyil Rajeevan, Rs. 450
English translation of Paleri Manikyam. Based on a real-life incident.
Confessions Of A Wild Child: Lucky-The Early Years: Jackie Collins, Rs. 499
Takes you on a trip and navigates the teenage years of a wild child, Lucky Santangelo, who will eventually rule an empire.
Gandhi Before India: Ramachandra Guha, Rs. 899
The author argues that Gandhi’s ideas were fundamentally shaped before his return to India in 1915.
The Maoists In India: Tribals Under Siege: Nirmalangshu Mukherji, Rs. 350
Delves into one of the most intractable but under-reported struggles – the battle between the Indian state and Maoist groups who control large swathes of the countryside.
Salinger: David Shields, Rs. 599
Constructed like a thriller, this oral biography takes you into Salinger’s private world for the first time.
The Blood Telegram: India’s Secret War In East Pakistan: Gary J. Bass, Rs. 599
An unprecedented chronicle of the break-up of Pakistan and India’s role in it.
Alternative Realities: Love In The Lives Of Muslim Women: Nighat M. Gandhi, Rs. 350
Each chapter presents personal stories of women living in cities, small towns and villages in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh..
Source: Modern Book Centre