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Planning to update your book shelf? Here's a list of new releases.

On The Racks
On The Racks
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2019-03-15T10:37:03+05:30

Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar
My Father’s Garden | Speaking Tiger

Through gripping, taut prose that glints like a knife in moonlight, Shekhar follows his narrator from medical school in Jamshedpur, a lengthy sojourn in Pakur to a disillusioned return to his adivasi politician-father’s place in Ghatsila. A record of three consuming relationships, Shekhar is also very good at writing about sex (a rare quality, as ever), with Ray’s Memory Game put to a startling use.


Rajiv Dogra
Second Night | Rupa

The hop from a cliché romance set in Delhi University to quick sketches of characters in Mussoorie happens quickly enough to get any sceptical reader interested in the material....

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