If tomorrow comes
by Sidney Sheldon
For all the men out there you should consider reading this book. This is possibly the best by Sidney Sheldon. It’s the book to open your reading account with. The character of Tracy Whitney will instill a lot of spunk and emotions in you.
Zero to one
by Peter Thiel
Weather you wish to be an entrepreneur or an industrialist or simply nothing, do read this book in any case. Written by a risk taker and the co-founder of PayPal, unlike other books on start up, surprisingly the style and language he used in this book is simple and would give you a lot of information. So much so that you could call yourself an MBA graduate after reading this one.
The test of my life
by Yuvraj Singh
They say a book can change the perception of a man, if it’s true then this book can really do that. It’s difficult to define the content of this book, which will make you go speechless. It is an epitome of a fighter, who’s opponent isn’t a ball bowled at 150kmph, but a deadly cancer. This book is an inspiration to anyone and everyone. It’s a must read.
by Ashwin Sanghi
The book is an amalgam of ancient knowledge and modern writing with a spicy thrill added to it, you’re sure to finish off this book in no time and the feeling after attaining a lot of knowledge will surely be “ecstacy”. Every minute you will spend reading this book will be worthwhile because of the kind of knowledge it gives you.
The Emerging Innovation Challenge to the West
by Nirmalya Kumar and Phanish Puranam
The young and dynamic duo professors at the London School of Business have taken up the responsibility to answer question that kept coming to them – “Can Indians Innovate? – They tread a daunting path and travel to various industries to gather substantial information. It will fill any Indian with an immense pride.