Neil Gaiman’s new collection leads you on a trail of possibilities, and there is darkness on the way.
In recovering the life of an Indian suffragette, this biography is not political enough.
Ilina Sen’s memoir of her days in Chhattisgarh does not quite bring to life the interesting times she has lived through.
A survey of Sanskrit kavya explores its vitality and continuous change. If only it had been less pedantic in style.
The book holds an ample coverage on Ghalib, Firaq, Faiz, Iqbal, Rabindranath Tagore, Munshi Premchand, Manto and Kalam, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and Josh.
An Africa of warmth and many-splendoured exuberance comes alive in this yatra.
Mamang Dai exhumes the unwritten stories of the northeastern tribes in this historical novel.
The village in Pakistani writer Ali Akbar Natiq’s remarkable collection of stories is a violent, unforgiving and acutely real place.
The universe of ideas that once formed JNU is laid out in this new history.
A reprint of an old favourite and why it continues to be relevant in modern times.
Did plants enslave humans in the agricultural revolution? Yuval Noah Harari uses such contrary theses to undermine the traditional account of human history.
The heroism of ordinary people is the focus of this book on the 1971 Bangladesh war.
A study of handpicked Indian cartoons across generations that will be a treat for lovers of the contrarian art.
The story of Habib Rehman and his role in the success story of one of India’s biggest hospitality chains.
A debut novel explores the interior life of a modern family.