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10 Books by Indian Authors which are must read


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10 Books by Indian Authors which are must read.

“Foreign authors are so nice, Indian should buckle up”. We hear this lot often about the Indian Authors, but it’s not true. Indian authors have given some extraordinary piece of work to the literature world which is beyond our imagination. We bring to you some amazing books are a good read if you are literature fan.

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Not just any teenager story- Ann, not Annie


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Don’t you have lice to clean out of your curly rat’s nest? Ann thought, before grabbing her notebook.” – From the book.

We all have been in situations in our college or senior years where we just hated everything around. It was all depressing with crushes and household efforts and friends and life.

Same is the story here with Ann, I am sorry it’s Annie.

Annie hates the fact that everyone calls her Ann and not Annie (w ...

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Well! It’s all about desires


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It is not always that you fall in love with the book just by reading it, but this book has to be one of those. I could never feel so content with the way it was all written.  The ‘Serenity’ with which the story gets to its end has to be something where all the readers would applaud. The story basically revolves around a girl who has a gift of controlling her dreams, she can mend her dreams and make them more intense if she likes or interpret the w ...

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Merry go around!


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“Beyond the veils on poverty, pollution, and corruption, I can see the raw, real and naked Mumbai.”

When the story begins the author gives the tint of how he has known Mumbai to be and how it has turned out. He is not disappointed, then he sees her, the girl he falls for, her beauty. The writer very carefully gives every detail without revealing too much. The protagonist in the story is a detective and he chooses this profession because of his father. Eventfully the girl ...

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The economic trail


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E.P. Anthony, an economist, trader and wealth manager focuses on the political economy of inequality and the decline of centre-left parties in the developed world in this manifesto. His analysis will especially appeal to readers in the Anglo-Saxon economies of the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand where inequality has increased most rapidly.

The manifesto summarizes recent literature on inequality in an accessible way, including the best-selling b ...

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