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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: J.K. Rowling, Rs. 975

The seventh and final part of the Harry Potter series which will reveal the fate of Harry. The Godfather’s Revenge: Mark Winegardber, Rs. 280

The author brilliantly recreates the vivid, pungent prose style of Puzo’s original.

Butterfly Man: Jeffrey Lee, Rs. 408

A terrific book that will not be easily forgotten if you read it once. Darkly comic and superbly written. Thank You for Smoking: Christopher Buckley, Rs. 295

A laugh-out-loud novel. Half of a Yellow Sun: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Rs. 250

Heartbreaking, funny, exquisitely written and, without doubt a literary masterpiece from a young Nigerian writer.


India Remembered: Pamela Mountbatten, Rs. 1,495

A personal account of the Mountbattens’ during the transfer of power. It tells the intimate story of Nehru and Edwina.

An Introduction to Indian Philosophy: Satischandra Chatterjee and Dhirendramohan Datta, Rs. 395

A clear guide and an authoritative work on the philosophy of India.

On Leadership: Allan Leighton, Rs. 473

A fascinating , 360-degree view of what it takes to be a leader in today’s cut-throat global economy.

Time Treks: Ashis Nandy, Rs. 495

The uncertain future of old and new despotism. A collection of his essays.

GANGA: Julian Crandall Hollick, Rs. 450

Combining travelogue, science and history, Ganga is a fascinating, troubling portrait of the river today.

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