Hello Everyone, remember our article of September that featured the Top 10 books You need to read. Well, we are back again with the current list of books you should consider reading this month. These books are freshly launched and are already hitting the charts, CHECK THEM BELOW!
1. 400 days by Chetan Bhagat
12-year-old Siya has been missing nine months. It’s a cold case, but Keshav wants to help her mother, Alia, who refuses to give up. Welcome to 400 Days?a mystery and romance story like no other.
Welcome to 400 Days. A mystery and romance story like none other. An unputdownable tale of suspense, human relationships, love, friendship, the crazy world we live in and, above all, a mother’s determination to never give up.
From India’s highest-selling author comes a page-turner that will not only keep you glued to the story but also touch you deeply.
2. My Life In Full by Indra Nooyi
Nooyi takes us through the events that shaped her, from her childhood and early education in 1960s India, to the Yale School of Management, to her rise as a corporate consultant and strategist who soon ascended into the most senior executive ranks. The book offers an inside look at PepsiCo, and Nooyi’s thinking as she steered the iconic American company toward healthier products and reinvented its environmental profile, despite resistance at every turn.
For the first time and in raw detail, Nooyi also lays bare the difficulties that came with managing her demanding job with a growing family, and what she learned along the way. She makes a clear, actionable, urgent call for business and government to prioritize the care ecosystem, paid leave and work flexibility,
and a convincing argument for how improving company and community support for young family builders will unleash the economy’s full potential.
3. Not Without Your Love by Arvind Parashar
KABIR – a young and dynamic travel journalist, he lands in Afghanistan for a special project.
NOOSH – smart and spirited, she has known Kabir since her college days. In her hometown, buried under political unrest, she is waiting for Kabir, the man of her dreams.
When Kabir’s idol, Professor Sizov, offers him this special project, it comes with a baggage – he has to be a spy. Little does he know that he is a part of a larger conspiracy that will ultimately lead to a war and crush his existence. After multiple setbacks and betrayals, he takes it upon himself to fight for love. Spread over years, NOT WITHOUT YOUR LOVE is a story of unresolved hatred and lasting friendships, of suspicions and unwavering faith, and of the power of true love that beats all odds.
4. A House Full Of Men by Parinda Joshi
Twenty-five-year-old Kittu has left Lucknow only on two occasions in her life. The first trip involved the last rites of her grandmother.
The second involved a wedding, thankfully, but she returned home to her mother’s funeral. She has never forgiven her mother for leaving her alone in a house full of men.
Is there anyone at home she can share her deepest thoughts with? Anyone who can lend an ear to her endless relationship issues, manic obsessions and simple aspirations?
Who’s got the time? Kittu might live in a full house, but sometimes, she feels like she’s all alone in the world. A House Full of Men is a novel about false starts and failed attempts, love and the importance of being understood.
5. Age of the Imperfect Leader by Pawan Verma
The book challenges our conventional wisdom on leadership and offers a disruptive approach on the subject. It highlights how traditional leadership
models aim at creating “perfect” leaders by expecting us to overcome our weaknesses and master a definite set of traits. This deficit-based approach
makes us focus more on our weaknesses which ends up in a quest for mediocrity. The book asserts that if you try to be good at everything, you will never be great at anything.
Making a case for strength-based leadership, the author insists that leadership demands excellence, not perfection. The secret of leadership is to be great at
something rather than being good at everything. Therefore, in your leadership journey, you should have the courage to be imperfect and make your strengths so formidable that your weaknesses become irrelevant.
6. The Tenth Riddle by Sapan Saxena
The Princess of Goner dies in mysterious circumstances while her killer is absconding. Why was she killed the very night she became the queen? What was the secret her family was hiding? A local politician, a bestselling author and an investigating officer join hands and set on a course to solve one of the biggest historical secrets of all times as they try to unlock a daunting ancient mystery, piece by piece.
A prophecy made up of ten riddles, a powerful secret and the wires of the murder tangling endlessly, with one end lost deep in the enchantments of sacred feminism of Hindu mythology.
Will they be able to solve the ten riddles and unravel the ancient secrets of Adishakti?
7. Written in the stars by Divya Anand
When all her efforts at political maneuvering, sucking up and even doing her job fail to land her that elusive promotion, Sitara decides it’s time to use the new marketing head Abhimanyu’s obsession with his horoscope to her advantage.Soon, she’s rescheduling meetings, pitching ideas and picking launch dates based on his horoscope. Except, Sitara is so focused on manipulating Abhimanyu with the career section of his horoscope that she doesn’t pay attention to the personal section. Hilarity ensues when these star-crossed signals result in Abhimanyu pursuing Sitara romantically, without realizing that the ‘signs’ are engineered coincidences in her
quest to get promoted.
Soon, Sitara is faced with choosing what she really wants-a career progression or true love. She must chart her own course even if what she has in mind may not be what the stars ordained.
Written in the Stars is a romantic comedy about life, love and whether the biggest things in life are the choices you make or what destiny has in store for you.
8. Des Vu by Swapna Sanchita
Des Vu is a collection of 42 poems written in different styles. The poems do not always follow a rhyme scheme or pattern, but there is music in how the words have been structured. This book reads like a diary of reflections, musings, and an outpouring of human emotions. The poems are contemporary, accompanied by illustrations adding to the charm of the book.
This debut poetry collection comprises poetry that is nuanced, layered, and yet easily relatable. As a genre, this may be considered confessional poetry. The poems are not long, but they are deep and touch the heart.
The poems in this book cover the entire range of emotion, a bouquet of beautiful memories. It is an easy read, and there is a little something for everyone. If you are looking for a place to start reading poetry, this is the book to pick.
9. Joyoti by Sunanda j Chatterjee
Find your father.” To fulfill her mother’s dying wish, twenty-two-year-old Maya sets out on a quest from California to Kolkata to unfold events that took place six decades ago.
In 1940s pre-independent India, Chandana is a scrappy teenager brought up by the kindness of her relatives. Amid a budding revolution, she must abandon the simple pleasures of childhood with her best friend Saira, picking up odd jobs to supplement her family’s meager income.
Courageous and driven, Joyoti cares only about two things: food for her family and freedom for her country. Spying on the British Commandant while working as a hostess allows her to fulfill both her needs. But the famine ravaging Bengal and her ill-fated attraction to a British Captain force her to walk a dangerous path.
Spanning 1940s India and 2000s California, Joyoti is a saga about three headstrong women whose lives intertwine through loyalty, love, and sacrifice.
10. Simplifying Teenage by Dr. Smita Dipankar
Teenagers are constantly looked upon with expectations to excel in all areas of life and transform into successful adults. They are expected to excel in studies, sports, arts, on stage, behavior, etiquettes, and the list is never-ending. But, the year 2020 (the pandemic) taught us that, all that matters most, is a ‘happy and healthy life’. This brought in a total shift in our mindsets and behaviors. Similarly, society needs to bring a paradigm shift towards our children, especially teenagers, to redefine our age-old definition of ‘Successful Teenage’. It is important to first understand teenagers, then work towards simplifying their journey; thus, successful teenage can be pursued. This book helps you with some real insights, details and practical solutions supported with real stories from the day-to-day lives of teenagers and their families to nurture and simplify your teenager’s journey and support them.
Top 10 Books Of The Month | May [Editor’s Choice]
Books can change the way you think or feel, process information, and reflect your interest. It is rightly said that books have healing powers and are great companions for anyone. Whether you are a book lover or just beginning to read, we have included some latest launches for you this month to make this list your ultimate one! If you are as excited as the sun to find the books that you want to add to your TBR for this month, tighten your belt and pick the title that intrigues you the most.
1. I Wanna Grow Up Once Again by Dr. Sumit Goel
The book tries to connect us to certain deeper parts of us with thought-provoking issues like:
Why we don’t do what we want to do?
Why do we hold on? Why do we not let go?
We all make efforts, but how do we handle setbacks and burnouts?
How to change our perceptions and break our patterns?
It is an inward journey into how we have lived our life till now and how we choose to live from now!
WHAT HAPPENS IN US IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN WHAT HAPPENS TO US!
2. On a Voyage with the Greats by Satyendra Singh
It’s an onboard experience with the three most amazing personalities of India in their life-changing journeys. Travel to Chicago on a tumultuous and life-changing journey with Vivekananda, to Pretoria on a humiliating and never-ending journey with Gandhi, and a perilous sub-water journey to Tokyo with Netaji Subhas.
I crossed the North Pacific with Vivekananda, I saw him watching that match factory in Japan with wide eyes admiring their progress. I followed him also on that Canadian Pacific train through the picturesque mountains of Southwest Canada. I saw some vandals on the roads of Chicago, hooting and Read More..
3. The College Conventions by Deepak Rosha
This is a book about a college to which Rohan Deep Singh has been admitted. Apart from the fun and indiscipline, there has been a recent tragedy. Rohan makes friends and enemies. He even falls in love for the first time. He is surprised to learn of the college conventions that keep the chaos in check. It would seem that Rohan is content to go along with the flow. But Rohan has a secret agenda that no one must know.
The College convention is a book whose story revolves around the college life of a boy named Rohan Deep Singh, with mystery in the backdrop. It has the main theme of two suicide cases with the layering of various other events that were held in Read More..
4. The True Self by Lokesh Babu
The True Self is a timeless journey of philosophical teachings from across history and all over the world. Told through the lens of Lokesh’s own life, from his troubled teenage years in India and the heartbreaking death of his mother to the joy of fatherhood and his resilience in the face of illness, his recent time in India during the COVID pandemic, caring for his father till his last breath, he became a witness to many things. This book offers a starting point for those asking the big questions in life: Who am I? Why am I here? And what is my True Self? His is a journey we can all relate to, and the peace he has found is one we can all attain.
A spiritual guide told in an honest, intimate style The Read More..
5. Effective R.U.L.E. by Satish Shitut
Live life to the fullest-effectively.
It is all about doing small things to get freedom from suffering and attain an abundant mental state.
The book is all about a process based on four fundamental principles of Respect, Understanding, Love, and Evolve (RULE) to write your own constitution and govern your life.
The book deals with the various aspects of life in a structured way from childhood to parenting, past-present to future, various circumstances, influences with the free tools at your disposal to enjoy the daily routine, constantly motivating Read More..
6. Dirty Little Secrets by Nandita Chakraborty
The ebook “Dirty Little Secrets” written with the aid of Nandita Chakraborty is a memoir that could be a no-holds-barred account of a younger woman’s travails with lifestyles, her adventures, and misadventures en path to discovering and embracing her identification. There are various topics explored in the ebook that revolves around love, life, family, belonging, and understanding. Even as the protagonist of the story takes you on an adventure peppered with wishes and angst alike, the Read More..
7. RISE by Rajeev Nanda
When your peers and competitors are as qualified and as competent as you are, then how do you create a differentiator for yourself in the workplace? Some would go get an MBA or another higher degree, do additional certification courses, join professional institutes, and similar other activities; but rarely does one think of focusing on the soft skills that help create an insurmountable differentiator.
This book is a primer on the most essential soft skills that you can, or rather should learn to help you in your career progression and professional growth. As more and more of the jobs get standardized, automated, or disrupted with Read More..
8. From the Womb of Darkness by Ashwin Karthik SN
An ardent follower of the law, Senior Inspector Achintya went to check the crime scene roaring like an injured lion. While the whole world was awake knowing the fact that, a billionaire Shivam’s wife was brutally killed ignoring the fact that she is pregnant, the Killer didn’t mind continuing killings leaving hints and poems here and there.
Annoyed and upset about societal behavior, Controversy’s favorite Child “Rudra” a renowned psychiatrist entered to help find the killer. Achintya being an intelligent police officer couldn’t trust a blind Psychiatrist Rudra.
Contrary to this fact, Nandi, a fun-loving but fine Read More..
9. It has always been you! by Ruchi Chandra Verma
Vedant fell in love with her when he was a mere teenager, and she was just a child. He was always protective, and caring, and yet his introverted nature kept him maintaining distance from her, so much so that one day it was too late to confess his feelings for her. She was married to a stranger.
Rashi lived a lonely life away from all her loved ones in an abusive marriage, she could only dream of being rescued but who would, when no one loved her? Her body belonged to one, yet her heart and soul belonged to someone else. Read More..
10. Play On by Sruti Dasgupta
The author herself is a sports person, through this book the author wants to have a discussion and reach out to as many youngsters, parents, and coaches responsible for the development of an athlete to inspire and be inspired to think about it as a Full-Time career & look beyond academics.
She wants to want to bring out the ways that each of us (although on vastly different levels) is dedicated to sports. Having had the chance and exposure to Sports since a very early age, understanding its benefits in its entirety & having seen various youngsters not having the same, saddens her & hence this attempt to open as many minds as possible. This is an Read More..
|I Wanna Grow Up Once Again||Rs.320 (Paperback)|
|On a Voyage with the Greats||Rs.299 (Paperback)|
|The College Conventions||Rs.250 (Paperback)|
|The True Self||Rs.226 (Paperback)|
|Effective R.U.L.E.||Rs.315 (Paperback)|
|Dirty Little Secrets||Rs.359 (Paperback)|
|From the Womb of Darkness||Rs.279 (Paperback)|
|It has always been you!||Rs.135 (Kindle)|
|Play on||Rs.199 (Paperback)|
Top 10 Self Help Books Of The Month | April [Editor’s Choice]
Just because you haven’t yet started following the way to reach your goal this year doesn’t mean you can’t achieve your goal in long term, try to make small incremental changes throughout the year when there is less pressure to do so.
This is where self-help books shine. Self-help books can help guide you as you seek to make changes to your day-to-day life while giving you the freedom to make those changes at your own pace.
If you are ready to start making changes, here are the Top 10 self-help books that you need to read this month!
1. 55 Questions To Ask Yourself by Manoj Chenthamarakshan
Do you know that questioning yourself is one of the powerful ways to unlock some hidden things about yourself that you never knew? By asking the right questions, you will unravel interesting versions of yourself.
In this book, I have specially crafted coaching questions used by life coaches to unveil the answers from you.
I would recommend you to use a partner to question each other to get better results. It is all fine to go it alone, but you will make far more progress if you involve another person in the process. This is because we tend to answer in-depth when someone Read More..
2. How to See a Breakout, before it really happens by Dr.Sudhir Dixit
This book will tell you
•How to anticipate descending channel breakouts before they happen and position yourself beforehand
•How to trade descending channel breakout with high probability patterns
•How to increase your margin of safety in trading breakouts
•How to interpret Volume & Price Action
3. Abundance by Dr. Deepak Chopra
Many of us live in a mindset of lack and limitation, focusing on the things we don’t have. Too often we allow our egos to drive our thoughts and actions, preventing us from reaching something greater: a true sense of inner peace, acceptance, and fulfillment.
In Abundance, international bestselling author Deepak Chopra offers a simple seven-step plan to help you reset your focus, become the agent of your own life and strive for life’s unbounded possibilities.
Demonstrating how to work past self-generated feelings of limitation and providing meditations to help you Read More..
4. Limitless by Radhika Gupta
What do you do when you are rejected for your dream job and can’t deal with one more person telling you to be strong? What stops you from asking for that big role at work when you know you have a shot at getting it?
For most of us, the world of work isn’t easy to navigate and life’s challenges rarely have simple answers.
In Limitless, Radhika Gupta, one of the youngest CEOs in India’s financial services sector and creator of the viral YouTube video ‘The Girl with a Broken Neck’, offers straight-talking advice on how you can multiply your chances of achieving success. It begins, she says, by investing in the most valuable asset you Read More..
5. MYTH The Mental Blocks by Sangeeta Verma
This book explains the success tools and methods of self-development in a manner that is simple, understandable, and applicable in real life. Discover the warrior within you by taking simple steps ahead in your life journey. As the narrative unfolds, learn the art of mastering your mind, understanding others effectively, and defining your vision clearly. This book is intended to inspire you to aim for higher goals, which you may have put off for another day. Get ready to be coached with simple Read More..
6. Butterfly on the Old Banyan Tree by Padmaja Penmetsa
Butterfly on The Old Banyan Tree reminds us of the simple joys of everyday life that are normally lost in the chaos of human desire to become something. The concise, simple, yet exotic narrative urges the readers to delve into themselves and carry out an introspection of who they really are and who they wish to be.
In the midst of our imperfections, we are perfect is the theme of Neveah’s exotic and intriguing journey of her life wherein, Neveah transforms into a colorful and beautiful Butterfly. The novelette is flavored with the undertones of life’s philosophy. Its storyline forces the reader to enter the realms of nostalgia in her or his own life. This short and simple story could easily be the Read More..
7. Euphoric Living by Shyla Melwani
Based on compelling modern science, this eye-opening, action workbook is a great revelation. It may stun you with remarkable wisdom that you never contemplated before. I hope it doesn’t bring about change, but profound transformation, and inspires you to take care of your own well-being, the well-being of the people around you, and the well-being of our extraordinary planet. I am certain that you will find clarity in your mind, a better understanding of humanity, and a new love to save Read More..
8. Nameless, in the here and now by Apoorva K
Deep suffering hides a precious gem, that is freedom. It may not be evident when one is suffering. Let you be taken over by life. When you resist nothing, grace happens. With earnest inquiry, ages of suffering can end in a moment.
Nameless, in the here and now challenges and helps you question beliefs to the core, break unconscious conditioning and wake up to the reality of what is.
The author experienced a breakthrough when she went deep into suffering in her late twenties, which left her with the true self beyond all conditioning. This book contains pointers Read More..
9. A Woke Guide to Life by Vidhi Bubna
In an age where people are increasingly anxious about making decisions in life, A Woke Guide to Life will empower you to live a better life fueled with a mindset geared for emotional success. While people around you might constantly be trying to change you, this book will help you make greater peace with yourself, the way you are. Ask yourself – Do I feel woke enough? Is there scope for me to be more empowered? And you will hear your heart saying – Yes, there’s always scope for more.
A Woke Guide to Life offers life-changing advice about everything relevant to you – self-care, relationships, goals, politics, social media, and everything you care about deeply. This Read More..
10. #BOSSLADY by Smita Shetty
#Bosslady brims with the author’s experiences and learnings from both her professional and personal life. A book that’s written straight from the heart, it aims to empower women to dream big.
The motto of this book is to inspire women to aspire for more and take the next big leap. It is also for men to go the extra mile to support women in their aspirations.
If you are a woman, this book is your friend, companion, and reference guide, whenever you are at life’s crossroads. Read More..
|55 Questions To Ask Yourself||Rs.249 (Paperback)|
|How to See a Breakout, before it really happens||Rs.99 (Kindle)|
|MYTH The Mental Blocks||Rs.175 (Kindle)|
|Butterfly On The Old Banyan Tree||Rs.99 (Kindle)|
|Euphoric Living||Rs.599 (Paperback)|
|Nameless, in the here and now||Rs.119 (Paperback)|
|A Woke Guide to Life||Rs.269 (Kindle)|
Top 10 Fiction Books Of The Month | April [Editor’s Choice]
Fiction books help us escape no matter where we’re curled up reading: a cozy armchair, the beach, or even on the train or bus during a busy morning commute. Even if you have a soft spot for classic novels, there’s a special joy that comes from anticipating a new release from your favorite author—or even a debut author whose book blurb piqued your interest.
Whether you’re in the mood for a gritty suspense novel, a lighthearted rom-com, or thoughtful literary fiction, Here are the Top 10 Fiction Books for you this month. 🙂
1. Sense of a Quiet by Deepak Kripal
Milind and Diya, a doctor couple who settled in Haridwar are struggling with career and relationship issues. Rohan, their common friend from medical college, visits Haridwar to stay with his best friend Milind for a few days. Diya doesn’t like Rohan; she sees him as an impractical and impulsive person who lacks motive in life.
Facing an impending divorce, Rohan wants to rejig his life, to work out the missing pieces and figure out what he really wants from life. In Haridwar, Rohan makes new acquaintances and friends – a rickshaw-wala, a maid, and a rude elderly retired army man. Meanwhile, Milind gets trapped in a corruption Read More..
2. Midnight Freeway by Vivaan Shah
Yogesh Moolchandani, a disreputable builder, is dead. All the signs say suicide but there was nothing wrong with his life. He had just cracked a deal and things were looking hale and hearty for him. He had recently even purchased an imported Volkswagen Jetta. CCTV footage from the night of his death shows him crashing into a toll booth at a speed of 180 km per hour on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. The dealer he had purchased his car from had received five missed calls from him just five minutes prior to the time of the alleged crash.
On the same night, in another part of town, Pranav Paleja, a criminal lawyer who works at the law chamber Read More..
3. Zero Day by S. Hussain Zaidi
Shahwaz Ali Mirza, head of the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad, receives an anonymous email claiming it to be a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. He quickly puts together a crack team that includes his protege, IG Cybercrime Vikrant Singh, and gets to work trawling the dark web for more information on this mystery attack. However, a move to bring forward the hacker backfires, leading to a second, deadlier attack on Mumbai’s lifeline, the railway system. It is their first brush with cyberterrorism: a zero-day vulnerability in Read More..
4. Carved by Fire by Akshaya Saraf
When a phoenix faces death, its multi-colored wings are transformed into a pyre and consumed by fire. From the flames, it rises, is reborn, and rejuvenated. In the same way, when we allow ourselves to be carved by the fire of difficult seasons we have to live through, we are made new.
In a culture where most women are raised to live discreet lives, Akshaya raises her voice maturely and authentically in a way that all readers throughout the globe will relate to. Within the pages of her hilarious and honest experiences, she hopes to inspire any reader enduring challenging seasons, that there is no such thing as a point of no return.
5. Orenda by Shalaka Kulkarni
There are earrings on soft boards and Marlboros on the college canteen floor. It has Ghungroos on a Christmas wreath and embroidery hoops stuck in rusty buses. It echoes the walls of a boho apartment and art classes in kaleidoscopic brothels.
This is a gallery of the supernatural, divine, extraordinary and inherent – the power within us and all living beings – of Delivery Executive Manju, Architect Gargi, Professor Miller, Vagabond Bilva, Security Guard Amar Chacha, and umpteen. Read More..
6. Sira Ragata by Meera Vyas
The world has never been kind to people possessing power beyond human belief. And it was neither forgiving nor accepting to the witches in 1692, when thousands of women met the cruel fate of being handed to an incident referred to as the Salem Witch Trials.
To save themselves from this fate, true witches hid their powers and their bloodlines. And so had Amaraya and George to save themselves and their two beautiful daughters, Raylina and Ablina. But little did Amaraya know that it’s not possible to change destiny. Losing her husband, George, to the hands of Read More..
7. Dreams of Reality by Gitanjali Warrier
Leena accidentally downloads an app and her world changes. She begins to see an old world from her childhood pop up around her along with a long-lost love. She is lost between the virtual and real-world and the lines start to get blur. The book navigates through her journey and those around her in this sci-fi thriller.
The author of this book spent a decade navigating the roads of communication and marketing in different organizations like Wipro, Zoho, Unacademy, and others. She eventually realized it was time to step out and start her own business and she launched her fashion brand Senshi. Her lifelong dream remained to be an author and she scraped time out to write her first book.
8. A Mixture as Never Before by Pesi J Padshah
A Mixture as Never Before is an eclectic mix of profundity and pure nonsense, which aims to amuse and entertain, while putting across much of what the author believes to be true, though his declarations are often more tongue-in-cheek than direct.
Of the five different sections into which the book is divided, all except Random Writings, give the reader a rough idea of what to expect in each section. Random Writings does not conform to any set pattern and some of its contents may, strictly speaking, belong to another section. For instance, the stories, Grandpa’s Secret Love, The Spirit of Christmas, Tiger Wiger, The Lady in a Green Sari, and Handsome is as Handsome Does, could have Read More..
9. Kaikayi by Mahendra Arya
I am Kaikayi. The same Kaikayi who sent her stepson Ram to an exile of 14 years in deadly forests, infested with the dangers of devils and rakshasas. My daughter-in-law Seeta had to face the harsh consequences of this forced exile. My stepson Lakshman almost lost his life in the battle fighting the strong army of Raavan, the King of Lanka. Not just that, I insisted on the coronation of my son Bharat instead of the most deserving Ram.
And to get all this done, I tricked my husband Maharaj Dashrath by using his two blind commitments to me. He lost his life out of grief. This is all that is mentioned about me in Ramayan.
Thus, I was a wicked and selfish woman in the story Read More..
10. White Darkness by Ramesh Menon
White Darkness takes you on an exciting journey as you hurtle through the icy mountains of the Himalayas, the turbulent northeast, the languid south, a Gujrati restaurant in New Jersey, and a strife-torn island in our neighborhood.
The stories evoke a myriad of moods and emotions. War, peace, life, and love are all entwined in tales of passion where the author delves into the complexities of the human mind. While obfuscation engages the grey cells of the reader, intrigue makes you flip the pages hurriedly. Overall a breath-taking experience that makes you pine for more!
|Sense of a Quiet||Rs.200 (Paperback)|
|Midnight Freeway||Rs.233 (Paperback)|
|Zero Day||Rs.249 (Paperback)|
|Carved by Fire||Rs.250 (Paperback)|
|Sira Ragata||Rs.399 (Paperback)|
|Dreams of Reality||Rs.350 (Paperback)|
|A Mixture as Never Before||Rs.199 (Paperback)|
|White Darkness||Rs.180 (Paperback)|
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