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  1. THE BOOK THIEF

    THE BOOK THIEF

    Regular Price: Rs. 499.00

    Special Price Rs. 450.00

    The Book Thief is the story of a young girl. Living with her adoptive family, she grows a love for books and gradually understands the power of words, for both good and bad. Set in World War II in Germany, Markus Zusak’s innovative new novel is the story of Liesel Meminger; Liesel scrapes out a miserable life for herself by theft when she meets something she can’t fight back. Learn More
  2. THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF FELUDA-1

    THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF FELUDA-1

    Regular Price: Rs. 499.00

    Special Price Rs. 450.00

    This omnibus edition features the ever-popular adventures of Satyajit Ray’s enduring creation, the professional sleuth Pradosh C. Mitter (Feluda). Learn More
  3. A PREFACE TO MAN

    A PREFACE TO MAN

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    Ann Marie reads fragments of her dead husband’s unfinished book, and the many love letters he sent her, and in them the social and political events of the time. As she ponders the writing and the years that the brilliant Jithendran squandered working for a toy company that makes drum-playing monkeys, the narrative gives way to the sweeping saga of a village by the river Periyar. Grappling with issues of equality, love, caste, religion and politics, Thachanakkara is a microcosm of twentieth-century Kerala. Told through the history of three generations of a feudal Nair family, this sprawling story is reminiscent of the craft of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s A Hundred Years of Solitude and has the scale of Sunil Gangopadhyay’s Those Days. A Preface to Man is an artistic meditation on human existence and is a contemporary classic Learn More
  4. Carte Blanche

    Carte Blanche

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    The Night Action alert calls Bond from dinner with a beautiful woman. GCHQ has decrypted an electronic whisper about an attach scheduled for later in the week: casualties estimated int he thousands, British interests adversely affected.

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  5. The Good Muslim

    The Good Muslim

    Regular Price: Rs. 499.00

    Special Price Rs. 420.00

    Pankaj Mishra praised A Golden Age, Tahmima Anam's debut novel, as a "startlingly accomplished and gripping novel that describes not only the tumult of a great historical event . . . but also the small but heroic struggles of individuals living in the shadow of revolution and war." In her new novel, The Good Muslim, Anam again deftly weaves the personal and the political, evoking with great skill and urgency the lasting ravages of war and the competing loyalties of love and belief. Learn More
  6. Leela's Book

    Leela's Book

    Regular Price: Rs. 499.00

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    A debut novel that satirises public and personal politics in India. Leela is moving back to Delhi from New York. She knows her return will unsettle precariously balanced lives. Twenty-two years ago her sister was seduced by Vyasa, a young university lecturer. Now an eminent Sanskrit scholar, Vyasa is preparing for the unlikely marriage of his son, Ash, to the child of a Hindu nationalist. Learn More
  7. The Collaborator

    The Collaborator

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    It is Kashmir in the early 1990s and war has finally reached the isolated village of Nowgam close to the Pakistan border. Indian soldiers appear as if from nowhere to hunt for militants on the run. Four teenage boys, who used to spend their afternoons playing cricket, or singing Bollywood ballads down by the river, have disappeared one by one, to cross into Pakistan and join the movement against the Indian army. Only one of their friends, the son of the headman, is left behind. Learn More
  8. Custody

    Custody

    Rs. 450.00

    Custody is the reverting story of how family-love can disintegrate into an obsession to possess children, body and soul, as well as a chilling critique of the Indian judicial system. Told with nuance, sympathy, and clear-sightedness, it confirms Manju Kapurs reputation as the great chronicler of the modern Indian family. Learn More

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