Top Ten Books In India

India features a unique literary history and tradition that extends back over 3,000 years. Indian English literature may have a comparatively shorter history, but is nonetheless rich with award-winning and critically acclaimed masterpieces no book lover should miss out on.
Here is a list of top ten books in India:

The Turn of the Key
by Ruth Ware


Will hold you captive until the brilliant ending’ Shari Lapena, author of the couple next door ‘so clever and original. Pure suspense, from the first gripping page to the last shocking twist’ Erin Kelly, author of he said/she said i know you don’t Know me but you have to help me. I didn’t kill anyone. when Rowan stumbles across the advert, it seems like too good an opportunity to miss: A live-in nanny position, with a staggeringly generous salary.

A Woman is No Man
by Etaf Rum


Palestine, 1990. Seventeen-year-old Isra prefers reading books to entertaining the suitors her father has chosen for her. Over the course of a week, the naïve and dreamy girl finds herself quickly betrothed and married and is soon living in Brooklyn. There Isra struggles to adapt to the expectations of her oppressive mother-in-law Fareeda and strange new husband Adam, a pressure that intensifies as she begins to have children – four daughters instead of the sons Fareeda tells Isra she must bear.

Think Like a Monk
by Jay Shetty


Jay Shetty, social media superstar and host of the #1 podcast ‘On Purpose’, distils the timeless wisdom he learned as a practising monk into practical steps anyone can take every day to live a less anxious, more meaningful life.
Over the past three years, Jay Shetty has become one of the world’s most popular influencers. One of his clips was the most watched video on Facebook last year, with over 360 million views. 

Little Fires Everywhere: The New York Times Top Ten Bestseller
by Celeste Ng


“Ng’s stunning second novel is a multilayered examination of how identities are forged and maintained, how families are formed and friendships tested, and how the notion of motherhood is far more fluid than bloodlines would suggest…[A] tour de force.”–Booklist (starred review)

Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
by Rick Riordan

Half boy. Half God. ALL Hero.

I look like a normal kid. Only there’s a difference. Poseidon, God of the Sea is my dad. Which sounds cool, but actually means there is usually someone (or something), somewhere, trying to kill me.

Ten Top Tips for Surviving Lockdown
by Gabby Mount

This Top Ten Tips Booklet provides some readily applied strategies to maintain health and wellbeing whilst experiencing lockdown in the home.

Ten Apples Up on Top
by Dr. Seuss

Learn to count with a dog, a lion and a tiger, as they show off and have fun!

Following the crazy antics of a lion, a dog and a tiger as they show off how many apples they can balance on their heads – and learn to count at the same time! A classic Dr. Seuss title, illustrated by the wonderful Roy McKie.

The Alchemist
by Paulo Coelho

Every few decades a book is published that changes the lives of its readers forever. This is such a book – a magical fable about learning to listen to your heart, read the omens strewn along life’s path and, above, all follow your dreams.

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Get to the Top: The Ten Rules for Social Success
by Suhel Seth

Get to The Top: The Ten Rules For Social Success talks about how one can be socially successful. The book explains how to achieve power by building strong relationships with people and shows how the experience can make one richer and one’s life feel more complete. The author has put forth practical rules like the Self Development Rule and the Networking Rule, the use of which will help anyone catapult themselves to the limelight in any social circle.

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