Bestsellers on your bookshelf

  • Jayeeta Mazumder, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Dec 31, 2010 15:04 IST

1 The Immortals of Meluha: Amish Tripathi charts out the story of Lord Shiva who easily becomes the saviour of a civilisation, the Meluhans.

2 The power: A sequel to The Secret, Rhonda Byrne writes this book on spirituality. As she herself claims, it is the handbook to the greatest force in the universe and has the answers to a perfect life.

3 And Thereby Hangs A Tale: Ten out of Jeffrey Archer’s sixth collection of short stories are culled from true tales of his travels. As he himself said, “People tell you stories all the time and if you’re lucky you get one in 20.” 

4 The Leader Who Had No Title: Robin Sharma’s game-changing book helps take work and personal life to a new level of wow.
 
5 Simply Fly: The journey of a boy from a remote village, who went from riding a bullock cart to owning an airline. With anecdotes of everyday struggles and joys, it’s the awe-inspiring story of Captain GR Gopinath.

6 The Big Short: Michael Lewis traces the build-up of the housing and credit bubble during the 2000s and key players who rofited from the financial crisis in 2007–2010.

7 Songs Of Blood And Sword: Fatima Bhutto writes an epic tale of the Bhutto dynasty and the political violence that would destroy them.

8 Keep The Change: Nirupama Subramanian shows a girl’s journey of life dotted with career, love and betrayal.

9 Connect The Dots: Rashmi Bansal devotes a chapter each to 20 entrepreneurs who made it big without an MBA.

10 Tata — Evolution Of A Corporation Brand: Morgen Witzel goes to the core of the Tata ethos to explore the relationship between the group and Indians.

Courtesy: Crossword and Landmark India

 

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