The future is not so funny

Jai Arjun Singh

Chowdhury’s dry humour is on view but his second novel reads like an adjunct to his brilliant first

Back to Hailey Road

Anuja Chauhan’s new novel is about a scheming Delhi family and their ancestral property

A Chequered history

An activist’s memoir traces the story of her family, sometimes haltingly, along with that of Pakistan

The Master of Tides

Amitav Ghosh's Ibis trilogy comes to a glorious finale with the publication of Flood of Fire. The novelist in conversation with Rajni George

Catchers in the Rye

Two refreshing works of Young Adult fiction point to the promise of this genre

By the Sabarmati

This well researched slim volume relives the city’s civic past and interprets the present

All aboard the ghost bus

One of Assam’s most powerful voices uses magic realism to translate insurgency into resilience

A village runs through it

A genre-defying Kannada masterpiece ventures joyously between folklore, poetry and theatre

Sex, Lies and Rocket Scientists

CP Surendran’s new novel is based on the true story of a honey trap that wasn’t

Pilgrims’ Progress

The story of a sexually abused castaway ends in fiery yet unsatisfying confrontation in a temple town


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