Three books we could look forward to reading this month

11 Feb 2018
POSTED BY Y Magazine

 



 

 

A CENTUARY IS NOT ENOUGH BY SOURAV GANGULY

Ganguly, one of the greatest Indian cricket captains, shares his journey of life in his autobiographical book. He talks about his pitch life, right from his debut match at Lord’s to the last and the tough times he had during the illustrious course.

A MURDER ON MALABAR HILL BY SUJATA MASSEY

Sujata Massey, as always, shows here the various realities of our society. The story revolves around a girl who becomes a lawyer and sets out to solving a case. That’s when she realises the hurdles women face due to patriarchy. She tries to get them justice but lands herself in a mortal situation.

PAJAMAS ARE FORGIVING BY TWINKLE KHANNA

Twinkle Khanna is set to release her first novel this year. The dates are yet to be announced. The story revolves around a woman who is stuck in an ayurvedic retreat with her ex-husband and his second wife.


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