Tag: Pan Macmillan India

The Endgame: Two Indian women in war-torn Iraq

Editor | Fiction Saddam Hussein is dead, but there’s no end to war in Iraq. Armed with a reputation for daredevilry, reporter Tejaswini Ray arrives from New York to cover the conflict and is immediately enmeshed in a skirmish with Commander Luke of the US Marine Corps. Bound by Luke’s strict censorship rules, Tejaswini –

Arvind Adiga’s Amnesty, the novel to watch out for in New Year

Editor | Fiction Danny–Dhananjaya Rajaratnam–is an illegal immigrant in Sydney, denied refugee status after he has fled from his native Sri Lanka. Working as a cleaner, living out of a grocery storeroom, for three years he’s been trying to create a new identity for himself. And now, with his beloved vegan girlfriend, Sonja, with his

52 Red Pills: A New-Age Playbook to Become Healthy, Wealthy and Wise

Editor | Wellness What happens when a corporate couple decides to bring their minds and efforts together to share their hyperlearning journey with the world? They embark on a magnificent adventure to distil ideas around leading more productive and healthier lives. This journey – which started as a couple’s conversation on New Years’ Eve of

Adeyemi’s Children of Virtue and Vengeance to be published in December

By A Correspondent New Delhi: Children of Blood and Bone by 24-year-old author Tomi Adeyemi has exploded into a global phenomenon. Entertainment Weekly called Adeyemi “the new J.K. Rowling” and readers and critics alike are calling this fantasy novel inspired by both West Africa and the American black experience ground-breaking, relevant, and impossible to put

Seagull Books to publish Peter Handke’s The Great Fall

By A Correspondent The latest novel by Peter Handke, one of our greatest living writers, chronicles a day in life of an aging actor as he makes his way on foot from the outskirts of a great metropolis into its center. He is scheduled to receive a prestigious award that evening from the country’s president,