Here, we have provided the names of the Books and Authors for the year 2023.

1. “Smoke and Ashes” by Amitav Ghosh
Venture into the rich tapestry of historical fiction with Amitav Ghosh’s “Smoke and Ashes”, a narrative that captures the essence of colonial India with impeccable detail.

2. “Welcome to Paradise” by Twinkle Khanna
Twinkle Khanna’s “Welcome to Paradise” takes readers on an evocative journey through the complexities of life, infusing humour and wisdom in her storytelling.

3. “Zeba” by Huma Qureshi
In her debut novel, Huma Qureshi offers a stirring tale of discovery in “Zeba”, showcasing her versatility and depth as a new voice in literature.

4. “The Power of One Thought” by BK Shivani
BK Shivani’s “The Power of One Thought” challenges readers to harness the transformative power of their minds, promising a life-changing experience.

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5. “Victory City” by Salman Rushdie
Salman Rushdie returns with “Victory City”, a spellbinding novel that reaffirms his status as a master storyteller and a weaver of magical realism.

6. “Ringside” by Dr. Vijay Darda
Released by Shashi Tharoor, “Ringside” is Dr. Vijay Darda’s introspective look at the worlds of politics and journalism, offering readers front-row seats to the action.

7. “Ambedkar: A Life” by Shashi Tharoor
Shashi Tharoor’s latest book, “Ambedkar: A Life”, delves into the life and legacy of one of India’s greatest thinkers and social reformers.

8. “The Book of Life” by Vivek Agnihotri
Vivek Agnihotri’s “The Book of Life” offers an exploration of philosophical musings, providing readers with food for thought.

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9. “The Golden Years” by Ruskin Bond
“The Golden Years” is Ruskin Bond’s latest offering, a heartwarming collection that takes you back to the simplicity and charm of bygone days.

10. “Sachin @ 50: Celebrating a Maestro” by Boria Majumder
This biography by Boria Majumder celebrates the golden jubilee of the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, providing insights into his stellar career.

11. “Bipin: The Man Behind the Uniform” by Rachna Bist Rawat
Rachna Bist Rawat’s biographical work shines a light on the life of one of India’s most respected military figures.

12. “Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam: Memories Never Die” by Dr. YS Rajan & Dr. Maraikayar
This poignant memoir pays homage to the ‘Missile Man of India’, recounting his journey through anecdotes and personal reflections.

13. “Spare” by Prince Harry
In “Spare”, Prince Harry offers a candid and unprecedented look at his life, from royal duties to personal tribulations.

14. “Collective Spirit, Concrete Action” by Shashi Shekhar Vempati
Shashi Shekhar Vempati’s narrative is a testament to the power of collaboration and the importance of concerted efforts in achieving progress.

15. “The Lords of Wankhede: Tales Between Two Titles” by W.V. Raman
Former Indian cricketer W.V. Raman’s “The Lords of Wankhede” recounts gripping tales from the cricket pitch, capturing the spirit of the game.

16. Fiction Pulitzer Prize Winners 2023: Barbara Kingsolver and Hernan Diaz
Barbara Kingsolver and Hernan Diaz clinched the Fiction Pulitzer Prize 2023, a dual recognition for their extraordinary contributions to literature.

17. “Braving A Viral Storm” by Mansukh Mandaviya
This timely release by Mansukh Mandaviya delves into the global pandemic and the subsequent challenges, offering a unique perspective on resilience and adaptation.

18. “Coaching Beyond My Days” by R. Kaushik & R. Sridhar
A treasure trove for cricket enthusiasts, this book provides an insider’s view of the world of cricket coaching.

19. “Pitchside: My Life in Indian Cricket” by Amrit Mathur
Amrit Mathur’s autobiography is a compelling narrative, chronicling his experiences and contributions to Indian cricket.

20. “Crosscourt” by Jaidip Mukherjee
In “Crosscourt”, tennis legend Jaidip Mukherjee recounts his experiences on and off the court, serving up inspiration for fans and athletes alike.

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