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Heirs of Catriona by Anusha Subramanian

Heirs of Catriona by Anusha Subramanian

Sara and Crystal are ordinary teenagers. Or so they think, until one day, their world is turned upside down when they learn that they are princesses of the magical land of Catriona. Their mothers, the rightful rulers of Catriona, are being held prisoner by Merissa, the wicked queen. Sara and Crystal must help rescue their mothers, and to do this, they have to journey to a land that does not appear on any known map. Thrown headlong into a world of vengeful, manipulative gods and deadly...
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Fosla by Pradeep Kapoor

Fosla by Pradeep Kapoor

At the Nehru Medical College in small-town Bhopla, the Frustrated One-Sided Lovers Association (FOSLA) is a thriving association of male medicos trying to get lucky in love. Its earnest members, the frustoos, have a single-minded goal: to hook up with a girl. When they are not chasing girls, the frustoos bully professors, have surgical mishaps at the dissection table, and literally break a leg during a night of revelry. Then JD, college all-rounder and active frustoo, gets lucky. Mansi, the...
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No Comebacks by Frederick forsyth

No Comebacks by Frederick forsyth

Deception, blackmail, murder, revenge - these are the themes of stories that move from London to the coast of Spain, from Mauritius to Dublin to Dordogne. Whether his subject is assassination by stealth, the cruel confidence trick or the cold shock of coincidence, Frederick Forsyth is never less than compulsive, the detail always authentic. Ten stories with the master's touch - a brilliantly readable first collection by an incomparable craftsman of suspense. FOR DELIVERY ALL OVER THE WORLD ...
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Day Of The Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

Day Of The Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

Summary Of The Book This classic thriller, written in 1971, is the story of a plot to assassinate Charles de Gaulle, the President of France. The book begins with the real life attempt on de Gaulle’s life, by Col. Jean-Marie Bastien-Thiry, who belonged to the extreme right-wing group, the OAS. The French Secret Service infiltrated the organization and captured its chief of operations, Antoine Argoud. The novel begins after this event. Lt. Col. Marc Rodin, Argoud’s deputy, decides the only...
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The (In) eligible Bachelors by Ruchita Misra

The (In) eligible Bachelors by Ruchita...

Arranged marriages are complicated things. So are mothers. And so are relationships. Kasturi Shukla is a fresh MBA graduate with a great job in hand. She is also geeky and single at twenty-four. The biggest sore spot in Kasturi’s life is her dominating, arranged marriage obsessed mother now hell-bent on getting her married at the earliest. Does Kasturi find love in one of the rather weird but IIT/IIM boys that Mum manages to ‘shortlist’? Or perhaps she can follow her wildly beating heart...
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How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living...

Summary Of The Book Worry is a destructive emotion that makes people obsess about the object of the worry, and prevents them from thinking beyond that. It stops people from clearing their mind and trying to arrive at a solution. Instead, worrying becomes the central action. In this book, Dale Carnegie teaches his readers how they can stop worrying with the help of simple techniques that are based on common-sense. In his own summary, he divides the book into eight sections that each teach...
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How to Win Friends and Influence people by Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends and Influence people...

How to Win Friends and Influence People was a path-breaking publication. It was one of the first bestsellers in the self-help genre. The first edition of the book came out in the 1930s during the Great Depression. In the book, Dale Carnegie shows readers how to get out of the mental monotony that long conditioning has put them in. It teaches them to be bold enough to try out new ideas and see situations from a new perspective. The book teaches readers how to convert people to one’s way of...
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The Bankster (Paperback) by Ravi Subramanian

The Bankster (Paperback) by Ravi...

Book Summary of The Bankster Bestselling author Ravi Subramanian, a master storyteller of financial crime and winner of the Golden Quill Readers Choice Award, returns with his most gripping thriller yet. Bankers build their careers on trust, or so everyone thinks, till a series of murders threaten to destroy the reputation that the Greater Boston Global Bank (GB2) has built over the years. Who is behind these killings, and what is their motive? When Karan Panjabi, press reporter and ex-banker,...
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Ulysses by James Joyce

Ulysses by James Joyce

This book provides the reader an insight into the activities of the characters and what goes on in their minds during the course of the day. The author's views on politics, marriage, and sex are interwoven with the plot of the story making it more effective. The story begins at about 8am in Dublin, Ireland, when one of the protagonists, Stephen Dedalus, a young writer, has a chat with his two housemates, one a medical student, Buck Mulligan, who had offended him by talking ill of his mother,...
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The Dogs of War by Frederick Forsyth

The Dogs of War by Frederick Forsyth

An astonishing discovery is made in the remote African republic of Zangaro, one which could change the course of a nation's history forever. But such a discovery cannot be kept secret for long and Sir James Manson will stop at nothing to protect this find. A ruthless and bloody-minded tycoon, Manson immediately hires an army of mercenaries and with this deadly crew behind him he sets out to topple the government and replace its dictator with a puppet president. But news of the discovery has...
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Ships That Pass by Shashi Deshpande

Ships That Pass by Shashi Deshpande

Ships That Pass tells the story of Tara and Shaan, near strangers to each other after fourteen years of being married, and Tara’s sister, Radhika, recently engaged, almost on a whim, to someone she barely knows. Even as Radhika tries to understand how a once ideal marriage has come undone, and struggles with her own feelings for an older man, tragedy strikes: Tara dies in mysterious circumstances and Shaan is arrested for murder. In the aftermath, Radhika realizes that while life may seldom...
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The Fist Of God by Frederick forsyth

The Fist Of God by Frederick forsyth

During those fateful weeks before Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait, a fragment of radio intercept had referred to Qubth-ut-Allah, a devastating secret weapon that could rain death and destruction on the Allied forces. Despite Allied scepticism, Major Mike Martin, an SAS man who can pass as an Arab, is sent into Kuwait to assess Iraqi strength and help the resistance. What he discovers there takes him into the heart of Baghdad, where he is to 'run' the Iraqi spy known as Jericho, the sleeper...
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The Patiala Quartet by Neel Kamal Puri

The Patiala Quartet by Neel Kamal Puri

Punjab in the early eighties. The atmosphere is charged with calls for Khalistan and there is violence on the streets. With stories of carnage creeping in, the ordinary lives of siblings Monty and Minnie, and their cousins Karuna and Michael, teeter on the brink of drastic, inescapable change and each must find their own way of dealing with it. Monty retreats into silence; Minnie refuses her familys shackles. Michael seeks relief in riding his motorbike, and Karuna rejects marriage, causing...
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Plain Tales from the Hills by Rudyard Kipling

Plain Tales from the Hills by Rudyard...

Book Summary of Plain Tales from the Hills Rudyard Kiplings first and best-known collection of short stories, Plain Tales from the Hills is a colourful and intricate depiction of life in India during the British Raj. Some people say that there is no romance in India. Those people are wrong. Our lives hold quite as much romance as is good for us. Rudyard Kiplings first and best-known collection of short stories, Plain Tales from the Hills is a colourful and intricate depiction of life in India...
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Men on My Mind (Paperback) by Radha Thomas

Men on My Mind (Paperback) by Radha...

A hugely entertaining novel about love, sex and adventure. Youre a girl from the land of the Kamasutra. And everyone expects your love skills to comprise the acrobatic, the inventive, the superlative. You try, of course, to game- ly meet the baffling requirements of the men who walk in and out of your life. But how much can you really do, when your investments yield minimum returns and maximum weirdness? When your mothers words keep ringing in your head: You need at least five men to fulfil...
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COMPLETE WORKS OF SAKI by Hector Hugh Munro

COMPLETE WORKS OF SAKI by Hector Hugh...

Saki's stories blend laughter and savagery with starling effect. More than seventy years after his death Saki's black comedy continues to enthrall the modern reader with such masterpieces as Sredni Varshtar and The Open Window. Here, in a single volume, is all that Saki wrote. FOR DELIVERY ALL OVER THE WORLD FREE Archies Greeting Card FREE shipping in India only Nicely packed in a gift box Delivery within 2-5 working days in India Delivery within 3-10 working days outside India
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A classic is a novel that represents a genre or a writing style, or it can be a novel that makes a contribution to literature. ... Classics come from all cultures and all years, and classics can reflect a time period, a societal standard or may offer commentary on a subject.


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