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The Brunch Book Challenge: check out some fantastic titles
Hindustan Times
February 01, 2014
First Published: 15:51 IST(1/2/2014)
Last Updated: 16:56 IST(19/2/2014)

How to read 24 books (or more) in one year

Here’s a bigger challenge for those who are already a part of The Brunch Book Challenge: convert someone new. We all know too many people who don’t read, get one of them to start reading and join the challenge!

To keep the ball rolling, we got in touch with publishing houses and they’ve sent us free copies of some fantastic new titles for our readers. The first 24 books go out to an assortment of participants: the first tweeters, the most regular tweeters, the ones who have the most endearing things to say. So here’s the first lot...

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http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2014/2/book1.jpgMahesh Dattani’s Me And My Plays
Essay on the highs and lows of his career in theatre laced with wit, candour and eloquence. And his two recent plays – Where Did I Leave My Purdah? and The Big Fat City
Publisher: Penguin
* Sneha Kale @sneha_kale 
* Pooja Bharadwaj @pooja_bharadwaj




http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2014/2/book2.jpgRomesh Gunesekera’s Noon Tide Toll
This book is about Vasantha, a van driver and reflects on the future of post-war Sri Lanka as he ferries passengers across the country
Publisher: Penguin
* Neha Divekar @nehadivekar
* Prachi Joshi @DelishDirection





http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2014/2/book3.jpgHansda Sowvendra Shekhar’s The Mysterious Ailment of Rupi Baskey
The story of the Baskey family and of Kadamdihi, the village they live in Jharkhand
Publisher: Aleph Book Company
* Gaurav Gupta @gagupta 
* Kruti Dalal @TejLocal
* A @missphotobomb 
* Anu @AyeNuMe
* Ishita Sood @ishitasood



http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2014/2/book4.jpgMy Way edited by Derek O’Brien
A series of essays on success by 12 incredible people including MS Dhoni, Donald Trump and Saina Nehwal
Publisher: Rupa 
* SumiT @Engineer_here
* Memoirs @nitimohan
* Kunal Mehta @kunalbaidmehta
* Ankit Khetan @khetan1984
* Karan @kvss1992


http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2014/2/book6.jpgR Gopalakrishnan’s A Comma in a Sentence
The book traces the lives of six generations and the transition from a tiny village in South India to the metropolis of Mumbai
Publisher: Rainlight-Rupa
* Saloni Tandon @salonitandon29
* Abhinav Chakraborty @AbhinavCJ
* Vaisakhi Mishra @vishvaisakhi
* Fatima @FatimaJAX
* Saipriya @chaipiyaa


http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2014/2/book5.jpgThe Very Best Of RK Narayan Timeless Malgudi
This is a collection of Narayan’s most popular pieces of fiction and nonfiction
Publisher: Rupa Publications
* Tushar Sharma @Tushar_Hellrazrn Nagdeo
* aarti @invertedvisionn
* Yashodha Choudhari @yashodha15
* Vardaan Aggarwal @Woolf_Nerd
* Bhavani @bhavan1




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