Four new books to read in November
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Four new books to read in November

The Bridge Chronicle has compiled some books that we think should definitely be on your shelf this month

November may have been pretty uneventful for many of us who are working from home or waiting for schools/colleges to reopen but it hasn’t disappointed the bookworm in us who witnessed some noteworthy pieces of writings getting published. The Bridge Chronicle has compiled some of these books that we think should definitely be on your shelf. So, next time you relax by your window with your cup of coffee or tea, unfold one of these page-turners on your lap. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.

Everything I Never Told You
Everything I Never Told You

Everything I Never Told You by Ajay K Pandey

The author who is a fan favourite for his heart-touching writing style and mesmerizing storytelling has come up with a book that can compete with his previous bestsellers like A Girl to Remember and You Are the Best Wife.

The story revolves around two young lovers, Roshan and Soha, whose relation is snubbed by parents and their society only for the two to meet again years later. The same battle for validation follows but this time Rohan has to convince his son while Soha has to fulfil her father’s dream. It’s an electrifying story of love which is sure to win love from all its readers.

Where to buy: Amazon.in

A Love So Special
A Love So Special

A Love So Special by Deepak Srivastava

Deepak Srivastava, in his debut novel, has come up with a unique story that weaves together love, friendship, parent-child bond and the miracle that a family is.

The life of a happy family of four turns upside down when one of the children goes missing. The events that unfold don’t just revolve around the search for the missing child but also the father’s confrontation of his past that he has been running away from. An excellent story of father-son bonding and family as a pillar of support, this story shows how a parent can go to any extent to save the child.

Where to buy: Amazon.in

Magical Mythology
Magical Mythology

Magical Mythology by Stuti Gupta

In Stuti Gupta’s third book that is soaked in the rich Indian traditions and storytelling traditions, she has brought together lesser-known tales from Indian mythology in her own fascinating way.

Magical Mythology is a collection of more than twenty unheard and fascinating stories from the rich Indian mythology. Whether it is Ganesha’s adventures or baby Rama wanting to play with the moon, the stories will amaze you, amuse you and leave you wanting to read more. A book that will be appreciated by young readers and adults alike, this piece of writing bring within its pages the right balance of knowledge and entertainment.

Where to buy: Amazon.in

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The Prophet and Other Works by Kahlil Gibran

The Prophet and Other Works is a collection of three most celebrated works – The Prophet, A Tear and A Smile and The Broken Wings - by world-renowned writer Kahlil Gibran. Born in 1883, Kahlil is deemed to be a literary and political rebel in the Arabic world and is well known for his paintings and illustrations, besides his literary works.

The Prophet and Other Works is a collection of Gibran’s notable works that exude positivity and inspire to live.

Where to buy: Amazon.in

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