Amitav Ghosh turns 64 today! We are sharing our love for the master storyteller through a short snapshot of his life.
We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families by Philip Gourevitch | Book Review
800,000 people. Killed in 100 days. The ugly history of the Rwandan genocide of 1994 and its haunting aftermath is the subject of this mind-numbing book by Philip Gourevitch
Hilary Mantel, one of our favourite writers, turns 68 today. So we decided to share our appreciation of her and provide a short snapshot of her life.
A list of all the amazing new books coming out this month!
A treasure trove of essential books you must read about Rwanda
Exploring Rwanda through literature this month
No other book comes as close to Ramachandra Guha’s India After Gandhi in telling us the story of modern India. Meticulously researched and fascinating, this should be one of our mandatory reads!
A whole bunch of exciting books releasing this month!
Six wives of King Henry VIII. Each of whom was a fascinating person in her own right. This is the detailed account of each of those women whose fate lay in the hands of one of England’s most famous kings.
Find out which new books are releasing this month!
An extremely original and thought-provoking novel, Followers by Megan Angelo, delves into the nature of friendship, belonging and loneliness in an Internet obsessed society and its implications for the future.
Ready to add new books to your TBR pile? Here are some exciting books releasing this month!
Which of these will you be reading in March?
The Magical Language of Others is a memoir by E J Koh that spans multiple generations and explores the complexities of transgressions that mothers and daughters commit, hard-won selfhood and the deeply painful but loving bonds one has to family, places, and memories.
Lady Clementine is a first-person fictional account of Clementine, wife of Winston Churchill, who played an extremely influential role in her husband’s life and in the politics of her time.
In a story of accountability and guilt, an aging Japanese painter reminisces and takes stock of his past in the aftermath of World War II to understand if he truly is culpable for the decisions he made before and during the war
Inspired by his own true adventures, Gary Paulsen’s Hatchet, published in 1986, is a spellbinding story of survival and transformation for young adults
Ablaze is a meticulously researched account of events leading to the Chernobyl nuclear explosion; the confusion, the secrecy and the lies that reigned in its aftermath; and the eventual fall of the Soviet Union.
Which of these will you be reading in January?
Join us on a literary exploration of the year 1986 this month