Freedom in Exile is the second autobiography of the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, Tenzin Gyatso. First published in 1990, in this 320-page book, his holiness the Dalai Lama begins with describing his childhood experiences and stories of being chosen as the 14th Dalai Lama. Along with his personal life, experiences, and teachings, this book […]
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The Martian by Andy Weir is a Sci-Fi fiction first published in 2012. The book was a huge success and later adapted into a movie on the same name The Martian. An astronaut Mark Watney who was left alone on Mars because of an accident, the novel is about his survival on a deserted planet […]
The Immortals of Meluha (Shiva Trilogy #1) by Amish Tripathi was first published in 2010. This 436-page novel is classified under fiction and mythology. The protagonist of the story is Shiva – the Hindu god and author tell a new story entirely different from the tales of Indian mythology. Amish chose the characters from the […]
Anne Frank’s diary: The diary of a young girl is one of the most prominent books of the 20th century. Anne Frank was a victim of the Holocaust during Nazi Germany. Her father Otto Frank gifted a diary to her on her 14th birthday and she started writing in it. Shortly afterward, in order to […]
One Indian Girl is a novel by the Indian writer Chetan Bhagat published in 2016. This 272 paged book is classified under Young Adult Fiction and Romance Fiction. This book is Chetan’s 9th book and 7th novel. The story, as the title implies, is about an Indian girl, Radhika Mehta, an investment banker who works […]