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Published: 20th June 2015 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th June 2015 12:32 PM   |  A+A-

BOOK.jpgThe Fugitive

 By: John Grisham 

Pages: 250

Publisher: Hachette

Price: Rs 299

Theodore Boone, teenage lawyer and courtroom hero, is on a class trip seeing the sights of Washington DC when he becomes embroiled in the hunt for an accused murderer, alongside the FBI. Theo knows he’s getting in deep and things could become dangerous.

BOOK1.jpg35 and Sexless in Ahmedabad

 By:  Robin David 

Pages: 213

Publisher: HarperCollins

Price: Rs 325

This is a darkly comic story about a lonely man’s quest for real connections in times of virtual connectivity —a misfit artist’s alienation in a conservative city. When psychologists and Google fail him, he embarks on a Kafkaesque journey to find answers.


By: Daya Pawar  

Translated by: Jerry Pinto

Pages: 299

Publisher: Speaking Tiger

Price: Rs 350

One of the first Dalit autobiographies to be published, Baluta, by Marathi poet Daya Pawar, caused a storm with its candour and depiction of the cruelty of the caste system. This is the first English translation of this classic of Indian literature.

BOOK21.jpgS#!T Called Board Exams and Terrorism

By: Jitendra Jain 

Pages: 182

Publisher: Rupa

Price: Rs 195

Assam. The 1990s. Two 16-year-old boys are preparing for their Board exams. The world outside is on the verge of a collapse with an ongoing insurgency and constant bandhs. Things take a turn for the worse when one of them gets kidnapped.

BOOK3.jpgGrey: Fifty Shades of Grey As Told By Christian

By:  E L James 

Pages: 576

Publisher: Arrow

Price: Rs 499

Christian Grey exercises control in all things; his world is neat, disciplined, and utterly empty —until Anastasia falls into his office. He tries to forget her but is swept up in a storm of emotion he cannot comprehend and cannot resist.

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