Latest Releases You Wouldn’t Want To Miss!

Hello Lazy Pumpkins!

Have winters numbed you down and restricted your stay indoors? Are you getting bored and have nothing to do?

So, here we bring to you the fabulous 5 latest releases of 2016. We’re sure you wouldn’t want to miss on any of these.

We wish you a gleeful reading!

1. The Legends of Lakshmi Prasad


The images that touch our hearts most often wear the attire of simplicity. Twinkle Khanna falls back on this premise heavily in her latest book. In all the four short stories she conjures up in this collection, there is a certain simplicity an element of everyday.

The book opens with the title story wherein we follow a frail but spirited 17-year old Lakshmi Prasad and her dream to secure independence for every girl child of her village. Followed by two tails, the final story, the longest of the four, chronicles the trials of a village simpleton who takes up the cause of making affordable sanitary napkins.

Wanna know more about the collection of utterly magical stories which will leave you crying, laughing and wholly enchanted.

Go grab your copy now!

2. One Indian Girl


We’re sure your first ever Fiction novel would have been one of Chetan Bhagat’s since he has been doing great in the field of popular fictions. Come meet Radhika Mehta an Investment Banker who is preparing herself to get married in a week. Umm… you wouldn’t like her much! Want to know why?

First, she makes A LOT of money.

Second, she has an opinion about EVERYTHING.

Lastly, she had a BOYFRIEND, earlier. (Ah! The most controversial one and you’ll know why)

It would have been cool, only if she would have been a man;  but since she’s a girl everyone in the society is against her. (Hello Feminazis!) Tag of “The Developing Country” wouldn’t take stereotyping away from the roots of Indians. Wanna know more about the struggles of this modern girl in the traditional society? Go ahead and read the book.

3. The Girl of my Dreams


Here’s Durjoy Datta’s first novel post marriage talking about a girl he has been dreaming of.

“Strangely all he could remember was her hazy face, her smile and her name Shreyanshi!”

They were in the car and he could see her eyes, reflecting love for him. Sudden crash and she flung out of the window.  Waking up from a long coma all he could remember was a car accident with a girl who vanished soon after leaving him for dead. From his dreams he turned out a story  of him and Shriyanshi,  into a hugely popular blog. Big mistake. Huh! He is now being stalked by a terrifying beauty who will stop at nothing to make him pay for being a sell-out.

Who is this girl? What are her motives? Is she really Daman’s Shreyanshi? Read the novel to find out.

4. The Mahabharata Secret


“Vijay is racing against time while solving the mystery behind his uncle’s death and the message he has left before his demise.”

Christopher C Doyle comes with a rare combination of enthralling mystery along with history and neomythology. The story takes the readers all the way back to ancient times of 244 B.C., where Emperor Ashoka the Great discovers a dark secret of the great Mahabharata. This secret can cause massive destruction to the mankind if fallen into wrong hand. To save the secret, Ashoka forms a group of people called ‘Nine’ but the story takes a turn where a retired nuclear scientist, Vikram Singh is murdered in a mysterious way; before which he had sent a few e-mails with cryptic clues to his nephew, Vijay.

Read the book to solve the mystery of present with reference to history !

5. Sleepless in Manhattan


“A disaster strikes and instead of shimming further up the career ladder, Paige is packing up her desk.”

What’s the disaster all about ?

Great friends. Amazing Apartment. An incredible job.Paige has ticked off every box on perfect New York life checklist.

But what is missing ? Why is Paige packing up ? Who saves her ?

Trace Paige’s story to discover her true New York love! Read on.


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