What's next on your reading list?

What's next on your reading list?

Consider these titles

The Wolf in the whale 
Jordanna Max Brodsky
Hachette, 2019, pp 560, Rs 1,000
Born with the soul of a hunter and the spirit of the Wolf, Omat is destined to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps, invoking the spirits of the land, sea, and sky to protect her people. But the gods have stopped listening and Omat’s family is starving. 

Thinking aloud 
Prasoon Joshi 
Rupa, 2019, pp 193, Rs 500
Regarded as a strong socio-cultural voice of our times, the author seems to get the pulse of the people. His views on the evolving story of India reflect the sharp intellect and sensitive perspective he layers his narrative with. 

Here and now and then
Mike Chen 
Mira, 2019, pp 336, Rs 779 
Stranded in suburban San Francisco since the 1990s after a botched mission, Kin, an everyday IT man, has kept his past hidden from everyone, despite the increasing blackouts and memory loss affecting his time-traveller’s brain. Until one afternoon, his ‘rescue’ team arrives — 18 years too late.

Goutam Das 
Hachette, 2019, pp 286, Rs 599
Why are Indian companies not creating enough jobs? Why do small companies remain small? Will bots take over today’s jobs? What will salaries of the future look like? The author explores these questions and more, and documents the real stories of workers of all shades across India.

Kaifi Azmi 
Penguin, 2019, pp 200, Rs 499 
Poet Kaifi Azmi’s legacy remains bright. This volume of curation brings together poems and lyrics that reflect his views on women and romance. 
Stories like The First Greeting and the anthem-like Woman and the haunting Regret celebrate womanhood in all shades of life. 

You are a badass every day 
Jen Sincero 
Hachette, 2018, pp 210, Rs 499
On your journey to achieving your goals, this book hopes to keep your mind fresh, ideas great and your determination high. A hundred exercises, reflections and cues help 
you to realign your mind and keep your focus unwavering.

A season of ghosts
Ruskin Bond 
Penguin,2018, pp 224, Rs 250
The master storyteller shows how this love may persist to death and beyond. The agents of the supernatural may be gentle like the fairy folk in On Fairy Hill or malevolent like the well-dressed diners of The Prize. 

Code Name: Lise
Larry Loftis 
Gallery Books, 2019, pp 384, Rs 1,500
The year is 1942, World War II. Odette Sansom decides to become an SOE agent to aid Britain and her homeland, France. She attempts this five times along with Captain Peter Churchill, and falls in love with him eventually. They are captured by Germany and tortured. But their strength remains unchanged.