Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Week's Bestsellers



I love to read books. According to me it is the best pastime.
If u too like to read good books then here's a list of the bestselling books of the week...

Top 10 titles under

NON-FICTION:

1. Songs of Blood and Sword, by Fatima Bhutto, Penguin Viking,Rs.699
2.The Big Short, by Michael Lewis, Allen lane,Rs. 599
3. Nine Lives:In Search of the Sacred
in Modern India, by William Dalrymple, Bloomsbury, Rs.499
4. Becoming Indian, by Pavan K. Verma, Penguin/ Allen lane, Rs 499
5. Victoria and Abdul, by Shrabani Basu, Rupa, Rs.395
6. My name is Gauhar Jaan, by Vikram Sampath, Rupa, Rs. 595
7. The Difficulty of being Good:
On the subtle Art of Dharma, by Gurcharan Das , Penguin/Allen lane, Rs. 699
8. The Last Sunset, by Amarinder Singh, Roli Books ,Rs.695
9. Rukmini Devi: A life , by Lila Samson, Penguin Viking, Rs. 550
10. Amrita Sher-Gil: Volume 1 and 2, by Vivan Sundaram, Tulika Books, Rs 5,750


Top 10 titles under
FICTION:

1.Solo, by Rana Dasgupta, Harper Collins, Rs. 395
2. The Immortals of Meluha, by Amish Tripathy, Tara Press ,Rs 295
3. The Temple-Goers, by Aatish Taseer, Picador, Rs. 495
4. The Good man Jesus and
the Scoundrel Christ, by Philip Pullman, Penguin Viking, Rs.499
5. Way to Go, by Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hamish Hamilton/Penguin, Rs. 499
6 Empire of the Moghul:
Brothers at War, by Alex Rutherford, Headline Review, Rs. 495
7. The Girl who kicked
the Hornet's Nest, by Stieg Larsson, Quercus, Rs. 495
8. The Museum of Innocence, by Orhan Pamuk, Faber and Faber, Rs. 599
9. The Palace of Illusions, by Chitra Bannerjee Divakaruni, Picador, Rs.395
10. Gone Tomorrow, by Lee Child, Bantam Books, Rs. 325



Have a nice day..
Thank you.. : )



1 comments:

Bhaskar said...

Hi
You have done a commendable job, its fabulous. M inspired....

Dada

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