Books.Indian Link

Don’t miss! Five books to look forward to in February 2018

SAKET SUMAN narrows down a list from dozens of books releasing in February; here are recommendations dominated largely by fiction and accompanied by a memoir and a commentary on Pakistan.
Austenistan.Indian Link

Jane Austen desi-style: A Pakistani perspective on ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and more

VIKAS DATTA reviews Laaleen Sukhera's 'Austenistan'
Shashi Tharoor.IndianLink

Why I Am A Hindu: Shashi Tharoor’s new book

Beyond the Hindutva debate, Shashi Tharoor's new book a self-discovery of a 'believing Hindu'
Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous.Indian Link

A satire-cum-thriller, inspired by politics

A new novel by Manu Joseph spares no one - not even India’s PM - with its biting humour, writes HIMANI KOTHARI
golden house.Indian Link

A Rushdie novel unlike a Rushdie novel

It has a simple, easy-to-handle plot, but is relevant in a world of alternative facts, writes SAKET SUMAN
Meera Rising.Indian Link

Mirabai modernised

Melbourne writer Nandita Chakraborty’s new book draws on myth as well as her own personal journey

When reality becomes fiction, and fiction becomes reality

Dissecting patriarchal structures through fiction: Meena Kandasamy. DIPANJALI RAO writes.

Gandhi, a never-ending inspiration in the world of literature

Poetry, prose or drama; fiction or nonfiction -- Gandhi is everywhere

Hit ‘Refresh’ to transform your life, the Satya Nadella way

In his new book, Microsoft CEO says the knowledge he got in India helped him write new codes for Microsoft’s global audience.

Tales of grit: The lives of female Nobel Peace laureates

In her latest book, international journalist and peace activist Supriya Vani chronicles the lives of the 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates.