The 10 Books to Read in May 2024

The 10 Books to Read in May 2024

Join us as we delve into these captivating tales and discover the literary treasures that await you this May 2024.

1. Daiva by K. Hari Kumar

Within the mesmerizing Kola ceremonies of Tulu Nadu, dancers transcend into conduits for the revered Daiva spirits, invoking their power to dispense wisdom, resolve conflicts, bestow blessings, and administer judgments amidst a vivid tapestry of colors and captivating visuals.

2. A Nest of Vipers by Harini Nagendra

In the labyrinthine alleys of Bangalore, a sinister presence slithers beneath the surface as the Circus descends upon the city in January 1922.

3. Mr Einstein’s Secretary by Matthew Reilly

In her quest to study physics alongside the esteemed Albert Einstein, Hanna Fischer’s life takes an unexpected turn in 1919, thrusting her into a whirlwind existence.

4. The Black Orphan by S. Hussain Zaidi

In the pulsating urban sprawl, where shadows whisper of hidden truths and the balance of justice teeters on a fragile edge, three figures emerge as pillars of their respective realms: a stalwart guardian of law and order, a fervent advocate for the cause of justice, and a looming terror poised to disrupt the delicate equilibrium.

5. The  Book of Chai by Mira Manek

In the serene ritual of chai, one discovers a sacred pause, a moment suspended in time to inhale deeply, awakening amidst the intoxicating fusion of tea leaves and spices.

6. The Deception Industry by Herjinder

In an age dominated by the rapid evolution of technology and the pervasive influence of social media, democracy stands at a crossroads.

7. The Hill of Enchantment by Ruskin Bond

Reflecting upon nine decades of life, Ruskin Bond, India’s cherished wordsmith, reminisces about the tapestry of his authorial journey.

8. The Twentysomething Treatment by Dr. Meg Jay

In the tumultuous landscape of our twenties, where anxiety and depression often loom large, Dr. Meg Jay’s “The Twentysomething Treatment” offers a groundbreaking perspective, prioritizing skills over pills to navigate the challenges of this pivotal decade.

9. Unashamed by Neha Bhatr

Delve into the depths of human connection and identity with Neha Bhat’s provocative insights in “Unashamed.”

10. When the Moon Hatched by Sarah A. Parker

In a world of stark contrasts, he embodies fire and brimstone while I, a mere shard of shattered ice, exist in his scorching shadow.

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