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Books  /  Published 18.01.22

Here’s a heart-warming way to end the winter

Loveless by Alice Oseman Aro-ace representation is something that we seldom see in YA novels. Loveless features an aro-ace protagonist, Georgia, who struggles with her identity. The novel takes us th...
By Hannah Nicole D’souza

Lifestyle  /  Published 01.01.22

Delectable classics for your little ones

Late in 1923, Franz Kafka lived in Berlin with his partner Dora Diamant. Herr Kafka had little money and was suffering from tuberculosis. Despite all that, it was the happiest he had been in a rather ...
By Aman Misra

Lifestyle  /  Published 27.12.21

Books that made us sail through 2021

7. The City of Good Death by Priyanka Champaneri (Penguin India) Yet another fascinating debut this year, Champaneri’s book picks up the unique existence of death hostels in Benaras as its back...
By Shrestha Saha

Lifestyle  /  Published 24.12.21

Christmas reading list for you

What is Christmas in Kolkata without a home-made rum cake and a never-ending supply of macaroons from Nahoums? A walk down Park Street with hot piping mutton rolls, carol singing at your local ch...
By Aman Misra

Books  /  Published 03.12.21

When you rise like a Phoenix

In August 2020, a new documentary on the Paralympic Movement hit a prominent OTT platform. Rising Phoenix is an hour-and-a-half-long non-fiction docu-drama that introduces you to a motley crew of char...
By Aman Misra

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Books  /  Published 02.12.21

Classics that you must read

Many readers I know feel that the pandemic has dulled their ability to read and, in particular, finish books. While the anxiety and uncertainty during this time may indeed be responsible for such a lu...
By Simran Dhir

Books  /  Published 23.11.21

Exploring dysfunctional relationships

A little further away from home, there is no other book that has upheld the dichotomy of this understanding better than Bernardine Evaristo in her Booker Prize-winning book Girl, Woman, Other. Be it A...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 14.11.21

10 habit-breaking books that you must have

If you’ve been a firm believer of the fact that your IQ is going to shape the rest of your life, then Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence will make you think otherwise. Focussing inste...
By Hannah Nicole D’Souza (t2 intern)

Books  /  Published 11.11.21

An Ode to Autumn

Dark and Deepest Red by Anna-Marie McLemore Slip into your favourite pair of red shoes and enjoy McLemore’s young-adult fantasy retelling of the infamous fairy tale Red Shoes. Andersen’s ...
By Hannah Nicole D’Souza (t2 intern)

Books  /  Published 08.11.21

Ten books that you must read

7. The Story of the First Civilizations: From Mesopotamia to the Aztecs by Subhadra Sen Gupta; Speaking Tiger; Rs 499 Posthumously published after children’s author Subhadra Sen Gupta’s u...
By Shrestha Saha


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