Monday, 27 May 2019

My Favorite Books by Penguin India #Thebookblogtrain




The Shooting Star: A Girl, Her Backpack and the World by Shivya Nath

With its vivid descriptions, cinematic landscapes, moving encounters, and uplifting adventures, The Shooting Star is a travel memoir that maps not just the world but the human spirit.


Three Thousand Stitches: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives by Sudha Murty

Sudha Murty-through the exceptional work of the Infosys Foundation as well as through her own youth, family life, and travels-encounters many such stories... And she tells them here in her characteristically clear-eyed, warm-hearted way.


The God of Small Things: Booker Prize Winner 1997 by Arundhati Roy

Booker Prize winner ‘God of Small Things’ is a story about two children, Esthappen and Rahel. This was Arundhati Roy's debut novel, in which she throws light on certain facets of life in Kerala, highlighting issues of the caste system, Keralite Syrian Christian lifestyle, and communism.


Power of Your Subconscious Mind: Magic Formula for Success, Wealth and Wisdom by Joseph Murphy

The power of your subconscious is a practical guide to unlocking the limitless potential that's within you. Dr. Joseph Murphy, a renowned expert on the subconscious mind, lays down a step-by-step guide to understanding the subconscious part of your brain and how to master it.


Words from the Hills by Ruskin Bond

Words from the Hills offers a novel perspective to look at ‘time’ and ‘schedule’—forthcoming and bygone—in a unique way. An illustrated biographical work developed around the life, works and philosophy of Ruskin Bond.


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19 comments:

  1. We have similar tastes! Sudha Murty and Ruskin Bond are my favourites too!

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  2. Even Three Thousand Stitches is my favorite. Though I still have to read Ruskin Bond books

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  3. What a coincindence. Even I love Sudha Murthy and Ruskin Bond. I love the Words from Hills a lot

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  4. God of small things and Ruskin Bond is everyone's favourite! Great blog!! :)

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  5. I am glad to tell you I read "The power of the subconscious mind" and reviewed it. I really impressed by the book. Arundhati Roy & Sudha Mutry's books are love.

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  6. Loved the blogpost, please make your blog user friendly

    Alsothe clicks and cover page of Words from the hillsis amazing

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  7. Yes yes, Sudha Murty is in my list too :D

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  8. I loved Sudha Murty's The mother I never knew. Nice recommendations

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  9. That's a good list! I still have to read some on it though.
    Noor Anand Chawla

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  10. Great recommendations . Thank you.

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  11. Novemberschild30 May 2019 at 12:41

    Words from the Hills is a beautiful, picturesque and colourful book. Filled up with beautiful lines and even more beautiful illustrations. It is definitely worth owning, even if the time taken to complete the entire book was 30 minutes. There is ample space to write your own thoughts. You will reread it every-time you open it. Plus hardcover with a jacket. Literally happiness comes in all sizes!❤️

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  12. Ruskin Bond's and Sudha Murthy's books are gem and much loved this side.

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  13. Now you guys are making me break my book buy ban. So many book recommendations.Thank you.

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  14. Great post! I've read some of these books. Adding the rest to my TBR list. Thanks for the amazing recommendations.

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  15. Arundhati Roy and Sudha Murty have been on my list for a while now. Dying to pick them up.

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  16. There are so many books in this list which are sitting in my bookshelf and i am dying to read them.Hope i'll soon pick them up.

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  17. I love Ruskin Bond and Sudha Murthy too. đź’•đź’•

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  18. I have to read Sudha Murthy! It has been recommended by so many! Amazing post!

    Pari xx

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