From romance to tragedy, here’s what should be your November reading list
Take your pick from these titles that’ll satiate your thirst for everything lit!brunch Updated: Oct 29, 2017 11:49 IST
1. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J.K. Rowling
The wonders of the wizarding world are back to enthrall all Harry Potter fanatics! This edition offers new profiles of six beasts in North America. There’s a new foreword by J.K. Rowling, writing as famed Magizoologist Newt Scamander.
2. Renegades by Marissa Meyer
The Renegades are champions of justice. Nova is on mission to seek revenge and meets Adrian, a Renegade boy. But her loyalty is towards someone who can destroy both of them.
3. The Nine-chambered Heart by Janice Pariat
This is the story of one woman, told by those whom she has loved or been loved by. Nine characters remember their relationship with this same woman, but it becomes hard to decide which version of her is real.
4.Undying Affinity by Sara Naveed
This is a story about how true love never dies. Zarish is pretty, popular and affluent, and is inseparable from childhood sweetheart Haroon, until a charming finance professor joins their university. Zarish, too, is in awe of him without knowing that this one person can change her entire perspective on life. The book bundles romance as well as tragedy.
5.Buffering Love - Stories from the App Store by Issac John
This collection of 15 short stories, each named after an app or technology, is centered around social media apps and is set in urban India. Each story deals with how technology plays a pivotal role in impacting the lives of the protagonists. The stories focus on protagonists who reconcile with the physical and emotional upheavals in their lives by abusing technology.
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