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Listicle: 10 short reads to add to your list

Life is short. Thankfully, so are these books. These 10 great reads are all under 200 pages. Dive in and breeze through

Film and theatre star Pankaj Kapur’s authorial debut is set in a Lucknow haveli.
Updated on Feb 16, 2024 03:59 PM IST

Books: The darkness behind the light

For author Rebecca F Kuang, writing books is about making arguments that help her explore life in all its lows and highs

Author Rebecca F Kuang’s new book is a dark academia tome set in 1830s England
Published on Oct 29, 2022 01:27 AM IST
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Books: On and off the field

In an arena where only performance matters, football writer Jonathan Harding advocates for the people behind elite athletes

Jonathan says, “When you tell people to get better all the time, you’re not far away from telling them that they’re not good enough”
Updated on Dec 06, 2022 05:54 PM IST
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Millennials: Field notes for sedentary women

The first female Indian footballer to play in England, Tanvie Hans, 31, on her initiative to get girls into a more active lifestyle

India-born British professional football player Tanvie Hans is a Nike athlete who also appeared in their viral ‘Da Da Ding’ campaign back in 2016
Published on May 28, 2022 02:06 AM IST
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LGBTQAI+ :‘The only way to save the world is to just be yourself”

Author Musa Okwonga’s solution for this age of artifice comes from his deep reflection during an end-of-life crisis

Author Musa Okwonga says that as a queer person of colour, the platforms that he has, have been afforded to almost no one else like him at this scale
Updated on Apr 22, 2022 07:36 PM IST
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Books: Fantasy island

In author Helene Wecker’s works, realist stories of the immigrant experience come alive through make-believe

Helene says that you need to grow and change at your own rate, but also know when it’s time to shed your skin and move on
Published on Feb 05, 2022 11:52 PM IST
ByAnushree Nande

How to keep a country alive: Nguyên Phan Quê ́ Mai

The Vietnamese writer had a single aim when she released her first book in English: to bring into the spotlight a nation known only by war

Nguyên Phan Quê ́ Mai says she wrote her book in English to reclaim the Vietnamese narrative and challenge stereotypes about its people and women
Updated on Mar 28, 2021 07:14 PM IST
ByAnushree Nande

Anatomy of a character

For a popular fiction character, author Lee Child’s creation Jack Reacher is surprisingly adaptive to age

Author Lee Child has been slowly adding layers to a character in danger of becoming caricature-like and tired.(Getty images)
Updated on Feb 17, 2018 11:26 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAnushree Nande

The character-centric writer: Celeste Ng

Author Celeste Ng’s next book tackles motherhood, race and rules

Author Celeste Ng(Kevin Day Photography)
Updated on Jan 06, 2018 11:13 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAnushree Nande

#ReadingList: Best young adult fiction books to look out for

If you’re a fan of YA fiction, look out for these books in the last few months of the year

Here’s a list of young adult fiction that you might not want to miss
Updated on Sep 11, 2017 11:41 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAnushree Nande

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods will soon be on TV

The 2001 book has endured many failed adaptation attempts. Now, an eight-part Strarz production, with Gaiman as the executive producer, hopes to leave an impact

Neil Gaiman is the executive producer on the production, which premieres on April 30(Getty Images)
Updated on Apr 10, 2017 03:02 PM IST
ByAnushree Nande

A Monster Calls: An unusual review

A Bayona’s visceral movie adaptation of a young adult book about a visiting monster is simplistic, yet stunning

A Monster Calls boasts elements of magic realism, thus drawing comparison with Pan’s Labyrinth
Published on Feb 18, 2017 11:12 PM IST
ByAnushree Nande

Discovering Barcelona through Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s eyes

There is no separating Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s gothic mystery story, set in 1940s Barcelona, from the city even today

Street of the Gothic Quarter, where stands the bell tower of the Cathedral of Barcelona(Getty Images)
Published on Dec 03, 2016 06:43 PM IST
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