The 200th title from bestselling author and chairperson of the Infosys Foundation, Sudha Murty, presents a curated selection of her best works. Here, There and Everywhere is a collector’s delight.
In her debut novel, Kama, Jaya Misra imagines the life of Vatsyayana, the famed compiler of the Kama Sutra. Building a background to the story behind the Kama Sutra, she weaves a tale of love and lust…tragedy and
How does a mother handle a situation when her son wants to pursue an activity traditionally done only by women in the community? Sadiq wants to stitch is a heart-warming tale that shows how gender norms can be
I must confess to one thing- before I started reading my first Juggernaut book on my laptop I was apprehensive. But, Jambavan, King of the Bears is a quick but riveting read, especially if you love mythological stories.
What is the reason behind the appeal of Frankenstein? Mary Shelley’s famed doctor and his unnamed ‘monstrous’ creation continue to strike a chord in our hearts.
Set predominantly against the beautiful backdrop of Jammu, Return to Jammu by V. Raghunathan follows the story of a young boy Balan, but echoes many universal themes.
There is a dearth of options when it comes to mystery stories for younger readers. But, Mira the Detective by Pavithra Sankaran fills in the gap beautifully!
The Legend of Virinara by Usha Alexander chronicles the rise and fall of a great empire, and how a lone woman discovers the truth about violence and conflict. It is a story very relevant to our
An interesting addition to Duckbill Books, Susie Will Not Speak by Shruthi Rao tells the tale of a little girl who lisps, and what her best friend does about it.
Investigative journalist Sonia Shah takes on the herculean task of uncovering the mystery of malaria- the malady that has plagued mankind for more than 500,000 years and still shows no signs of stopping!