Fiction:

The Valley Of Amazement: Amy Tan, Rs. 906

A story on the inheritance of love, its mysteries and betrayals, and its illusions and truths.

Night Film: Marisha Pessl, Rs. 650

Literary thriller that makes you question how you decide what is real and what isn’t.

Pig’s Foot: A Novel: Carlos Acosta, Rs. 499

Evocation of Cuba’s tumultuous history.

This Place: Amitabha Bagchi, Rs. 499

Novel about a group of people for whom neighbourhood means more than simply living next to each other.

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Non-fiction:

Battles Half Won: India’s Improbable Democracy: Varshney Ashutosh, Rs. 599

Collection of essays that analyses the deepening of Indian democracy since 1947 and the challenges this has created.

Dogfight: How Apple And Google Went To War And Started A Revolution: Fred Vogelstein, Rs. 299

A look behind the bitter rivalry between Apple and Google and how it’s reshaping the way we think about technology.

Seven Flowers: And How They Shaped Our World, Jennifer Potter, Rs. 1,699.00

Seven flowers, seven stories full of surprise and secrets.

Community And Identities: Contemporary Discourses On Culture And Politics In India: Edited by: Surinder S. Jodhka, Rs. 595

Deals with issues that are central to recent debates among social and political theorists – , community, identity, nation and civil society.

Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal Of Mindless Neuroscience: Sally Satel & Scott O. Lilienfeld, Rs. 1,299

Illuminates what contemporary neuroscience and brain imaging can and cannot tell us about ourselves.

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