Bookrack for the week (April 28 to May 4)

Last Updated : 28 April 2024, 02:34 IST
Last Updated : 28 April 2024, 02:34 IST

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Magic Pill

Johann Hari

Bloomsbury, pp 336, Rs NA

In January 2023, the author started to inject himself once a week with Ozempic, one of the new drugs that produces significant weight loss. This is the story of his experience.

Book Of Indian Election Facts

Kingshuk Chatterjee & Surbek Biswas

Hachette India, pp 576, Rs 699

This easily accessible one-of-a-kind quick reference to Indian electoral history with all essential information as well as intriguing beyond-the-ballot events is sure to both educate and entertain.

Miracles In Medicine

Roopa Pai

Hachette India, pp 344, Rs 499

Packed with fascinating stories, insights and illustrations, this book is a celebration of 2,500 years of human endeavour and innovation in the medical sciences.

The Boy Who Built A Secret Garden

Lavanya Karthik

Penguin, pp 48, Rs 199

Before Nek Chand built his iconic garden, he was a boy with a dream―of home. This is his biography, delightfully illustrated.

Hindi Imperialism

Aladi Aruna and R Vijaya Sankar (translator)

Speaking Tiger, pp 304, Rs 499

This passionate book is a record of the long struggle against what the anti-Hindi activists see as an attempt to erode democracy and the very diversity of India.

Published 28 April 2024, 02:34 IST

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