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Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal by Jeanette Winterson: A personal memoir of lost loss, and the search for love.

Winterson says, ‘Adopted children are dislodged. My mother felt that the whole of life was a grand dislodgement. We both wanted to go home.’ A harrowing childhood of being locked in a coal-hole, punishment by means of sleeping on the front porch all night, undergoing exorcism for having an affair with a girl, and spending […]

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The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: A psychological thriller that’s unputdownable!

Alex Michaelides’s debut novel reads like a slow burn thriller but surprises you when you least expect it.

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The Aryabhata Clan by Sudipto Das

Delving deep into the past while concurrently dealing with the present.

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Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

A profound yet witty story about loneliness, and how people choose to cope with it.

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A Quest for Spring by Monica Mujumdar Dixit:

A story of heartbreak, reconciliation and betrayal.

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Genuine Fraud by E.Lockhart- Story told in reverse

An intense friendship. A disappearance. A murder, or maybe two.

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Murder In A Minute by Shouvik Bhattacharya

When a young girl is murdered in her house, everyone speculates it’s her college sweetheart, but the tale is more complicated. Is it an inside job, and if so, who’s the murderer?

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Remnants of a Separation by Aanchal Malhotra: If you could read just one book, let it be this one.

Digging into the past, through material objects carried by people at the time of Partition.

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Love is Never Easy by Donna Dias Manuel

A tale of strong friendship, loyalty and courage coupled with inside jokes, leg-pulling and late-night gossip sessions make Love is Never Easy an engaging and compelling read.

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Austenistan: Paying homage to Jane Austen, one short story at a time.

Paying homage to one of our most favourite authors, Jane Austen, one short story at a time.