White Dog Fell From The Sky: Eleanor Morse, Rs. 550
Rich and intimate portrait of Botswana; the story of three people whose intertwined lives are at once tragic and extraordinary.
Madness Of Waiting: Muhammad Hadi Ruswa, Rs.395
Features both the Urdu original and a superb English translation.
The Chemistry Of Tears: Peter Carey, Rs. 350
On the miracle and catastrophe of human intervention and the body’s astonishing chemistry of love and feeling.
The Infatuations: Javier Marias, Rs.550
Immersive book that addresses existential questions about life, death, love and morality.
The Book Of Jonas: Stephen Dau, Rs.699
A virtuosic novel about memory, the terrible choices made during war, and what happens when a foreign disaster arrives at our own doorstep.
Farewell To Reality: How Fairytale Physics Betray The Search For Scientific Truth: Jim Baggott, Rs.599
The author asks whether all that we currently know about the universe is based upon science or fantasy.
Cracked: Why Psychiatry Is Doing More Harm Than Good: James Davies, Rs.450
Reveals, perhaps for the first time, the true human cost of an industry, which in the name of helping others, has actually been helping itself.
War Journey: Diary Of A Tamil Tiger: Malaravan, Rs. 250
Bittersweet, fresh and at times lyrical, it is a testament to the Sri Lankan Tamils’ longing for a homeland and the wider conflict that once engulfed the island.
The Particle At The End Of The Universe: The Hunt For The Higgs And The Discovery Of A New World: Sean Carroll, Rs. 399
Riveting and irresistible and told with unrivalled ambition, authority, and access to the teams, this is the greatest science story of our time.
Why Priests? A Failed Tradition: Garry Wills, Rs. 899
Deals with questions related to priests and the existence of Christianity without the priesthood.
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