Winners of our the third round of BooksByAll Book give away
|Winner 1: Yamini Gupta: MBA from IMI Kolkata, Yamini is fond of traveling, writing, reading and listening to music.
She Recommends: Mrs Funny Bones(INR 135) :
Note to other winner Roumi: This book is an entertainer for those who are interested in humor. The reason to fall in love with this book is simply because of the facts which are portrayed in such an awesome funny way that you can’t help but laugh out loud.
|Winner 2:Roumi Bhattacharya: A research scholar, a great optimist, a book lover and a foodie.
She Recommends: To kill a mocking bird(INR 39) :
Note to Yamini : This book is a modern classic which picturises the life of an American kid in the 1930s. It illustrates racial injustice and the destruction of innocence as observed by narrator.
|Some Recommended Books this week|
| Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
What if the princess didn’t marry Prince Charming but instead went on to be an astronaut? What if the jealous step sisters were supportive and kind? And what if the queen was the one really in charge of the kingdom?
100 remarkable women and their extraordinary lives Rs:
|The Ministry of Utmost happiness
Arundhati Roy’s return to Fiction after her Booker Prize winner :The God of Small Things.The Ministry of Utmost Happiness tells a shattered story, magnificently, without ever trying to make it whole.
From Tesla to SpaceX to The Boring Company to Neuralink, Elon Musk needs no introduction.Rs
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne is a self-help book,that featured twice on The Oprah Winfrey Show. It also remained on the New York Times Bestseller list for 146 weeks
|Why I am a Hindu
Shashi Tharoor gives us profound insights about one of the world’s oldest religions.
| I do what I do
I Do What I Do offers a front-row view into the thinking of one of the world’s most respected economists. It also brings home what every RBI Governor discovers for himself when he sits down at his desk on the 18th floor: the rupee stops here. Right here!
| History of Modern India
This book is a journey mapping the path of colonial India in from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century.
Rife with allusions to The Beatles, the Second World War and to other works of his, Murakami’s Norwegian Wood is the story of Toro Watanabe.Rs