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…
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.
The Aryabhata Clan by Sudipto Das
Delving deep into the past while concurrently dealing with the present.
Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
A profound yet witty story about loneliness, and how people choose to cope with it.
A Quest for Spring by Monica Mujumdar Dixit:
A story of heartbreak, reconciliation and betrayal.
Genuine Fraud by E.Lockhart- Story told in reverse
An intense friendship. A disappearance. A murder, or maybe two.
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?
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.
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.
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.