Idris: Keeper of the Light: Anita Nair, Rs. 599

Powerful historical novel from the much acclaimed author of The Better Man and Ladies Coupe...

Noontide Toll: Romesh Gunesekera, Rs. 499

Draws an extraordinary portrait of post-war Sri Lanka grappling with the ghosts of its troubled past.

A Bloodsmoor Romance: Joyce Carol Oates, Rs. 937

Compelling, hilarious, and magical anti-romance, a Little Women wickedly recast for the present day.

A Darker Shade: 17 Swedish Stories of Murder, Mystery and Suspense: Edited by John-Henri Holmbe, Rs.550

Wonderful collection of beautiful and dark Nordic Noir with Stieg Larsson as the cherry on the top.

Virgin Gingelly: V. Sanjay Kumar, Rs. 499

Set in modern middle-class, housing-cooperative Chennai, the book tackles the simple conundrum of being and belonging.


Take Me Home: The Inspiring Stories Of 20 Entrepreneurs: Lakshmi Bansal, Rs. 200

Tells the story of 20 entrepreneurs who have built remarkable enterprises, while remaining true to their roots.

It is also a story of India Inc.

Rujuvathu: Selected Essays Of U. R. Ananthamurty: Edited by N. Manu Chakravarty, Rs. 425

Essentially deep reflections on culture and society that come from a ‘witness’, who was an engaged and involved participant in the major issues of his times.

This Is The Story Of A Happy Marriage: Ann Patchett, Rs. 450

Irresistible blend of literature and memoir revealing the big experiences and little moments that shaped Ann Patchett as a daughter, wife, friend and writer.

Life Of Philip K. Dick: The Man Who Remembered The Future: Anthony Peake, Rs. 495

Written with the cooperation of several close acquaintances and looks to examine his work as well as the socio-political-cultural environment in which he lived.

Too High To Fail: Cannabis And The New Green Economic Revolution: Doug Fine, Rs. 599

Objectively (if humorously) reported account of how one plant can change the shape of our country, culturally, politically, and economically.

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