The Other Woman: 16 Tales of Love and Deception: Monica Das, Rs. 250
Incredibly moving tales of love and heartbreak, which bring together the many perceptions of love, lust and fidelity.
Zero Percentile: Missed IIT, Kissed Russia, Neeraj Chhibba: Rs. 95
Heady cocktail of the fascinating adventures of Pankaj as he travels across India and Russia.
A Good Woman: Danielle Steel, Rs. 299
Spellbinding tale of war, loss, history and one woman's unbreakable spirit.
Ford County Stories: John Grisham, Rs. 299
John Grisham takes you into the heart of America's deep south with a collection of stories connected by thelife and crimes of Ford county. It is a place of harsh beauty where broken dreams and final wishes converge.
Invisible: Paul Auster, Rs.450
Sinuously constructed in four interlocking parts by three narrators, it is a book of youthful rage, unbridled passion and a relentless quest for justice.
A Passage to Infinity: Medieval Indian Mathematics from Kerala and Its Impact: George Gheverghese Joseph, Rs. 495
The book traces the first faltering steps taken in the mathematical theorisation of infinity and the part played by the Kerala school.
Imran Khan: The Biography: Christopher Sanford, Rs. 499
The definitive biography of Imran Khan, the former Pakistan cricket captain and all-rounder.
Imran's story is full of colour and contradictions.
The Oxford Book of Prayer: George Appleton, Rs. 295
An anthology of over 1,100 prayers from across the religious spectrum and includes ancient amd contemporary prayers.
The Essential Mystery: Major Filmmakers of Indian Art Cinema, John W. Hood, Rs. 695
Comprehensive overview of Indian art cinema, this substantially revised and updated edition takes a critical look at the major filmmakers of the genre.
Taming the Infinite: The Story of Mathematics from the First Numbers to Chaos Theory: Ian Stewart, Rs. 325
An engaging history of maths.
Source: Modern Book Centre, Gandhari Amman Kovil Road.