Top 10 Autobiography Books of 2016 – India

 

Nowadays, Young people like to read the biographies, autobiographies, diaries, and memoirs as they bring the valuable lesson in life. Most authors who write their autobiographies have the exciting story to tell others. They tell tribulations and trials of their lives in the biography. Every life has begun, and an end. Biographies show how one has lived and should live in the great interest so it would be a great motivation of a lesson to learn. Below are the top 10 autobiography books of 2016 that would give you a great experience and helpful for achieving great height.

 

The Association Of Small Bombs

Tushar and Nakul Khurana are two brothers pick up their family's television with setting their television from repair shop along with a friend, Mansoor Ahmed, disaster strikes in 1996 without warning. Bomb sets off at a 'small' place in Delhi and claims the lives of many people and the Khurana boys. However, Mansoor Ahmed survives with physical and psychological effects. Karan Mahajan brilliantly writes that effect of the Terrorism on victims.

Read it For:
Reading “The Association Of Small Bombs” would be a great experiment to get beautiful entertainment and know about the real-life history with the loss of beloved friends at childhood.
Don't Read it For:
lags little bit
What makes this book stand out?:
Karan Mahajan proves himself to be one of the most provocative as well as influential novelists of his generation.

Selection Day

Selection Day by Aravind Adiga is one of the top 10 auto biography books. Manjunath Kumar is the fourteen knows he was good at cricket. Manjunath Kumar was not as good as his brother Radha. Manjunath Kumar fears and resents domineering with the cricket-obsessed father. He admires brilliantly talented sibling also fascinated by the world of CSI. Everything in the world of Manju changes, and he is faced with prominent decisions that could change his future.

Read it For:
Must read for cricket loving nation and Aravind Adiga fan club
Don't Read it For:
No flow and not a worthy read. Not generating any reading pleasure
What makes this book stand out?:
Adiga uses the trope of India's obsession with cricket to tell a coming-of-age story of a young boy in a slum.

The Greatest Bengali Stories Ever Told

The Greatest Bengali Stories Ever Told was selected by the most renowned writer, translator, and editor Arunava Sinha. One of the top 10 books to read is one of the twenty-one stories that anthology represents the finest example of the genre. Here is world’s finest short fiction that originated in cities, villages, forests, rivers, and plains of Bengal.

Read it For:
Reading the selection features twenty-one best stories from the region would be great for enjoying a great time.
Don't Read it For:
not suitable for children
What makes this book stand out?:
A collection of a twenty-one short stories by some of the best Bengali authors, selected and translated by the book’s editor, Arunava Sinha. From Rabindranath Tagore to Nabarun Bhattacharya, Sinha gives you the perfect gateway book to great Bengali literature.

Half Of What I Say

Reading the top 10 books of 2016 would be helpful to know about the past, present, and future of author.

Read it For:
Worth diving into. The book offers the best story to answer this for knowing about the anti-corruption movement in India that resulted in an important institution called the Lokshakti.
Don't Read it For:
It is quite heavy and dense to rea
What makes this book stand out?:
Menon's book is considered as an experiment with the most classic and speculative fiction.
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Jihadi Jane

Ameena and Jamilla were High-school best friends and couldn't be more different. While one is a member of mosque's discussion group and the other smoke cigarettes in their school playground. She turned to Jamilla’s beloved Allah when heartbreak for solace and purpose and the doubt left Ameena bereft all alone.

Read it For:
Jihadi Jane is a powerful, urgent and compelling novel that succeeds in being compassionate towards principal characters.
Don't Read it For:
Racist book and full of hatred
What makes this book stand out?:
Rarely has a novel seemed and Tabish Khair’s Jihadi Jane inspired every one of the modern age.

Death Under The Deodars

Death Under The Deodars is the best book to reads, and Ruskin Bond writes sweet old lady who gets the entangled in the murders and mayhem during the post-colonial India.

Read it For:
Reading the book would be quite interesting about storyline included
Don't Read it For:
Bad book even for a beginner and Waste of time
What makes this book stand out?:
There's nothing to complain about here. The Room on the Roof was Ruskin Bond's first novel, written when he was seventeen. Ruskin Bond born in Kasauli and grew up in Jamnagar, Dehradun.

The Gospel Of Judas

The Gospel Of Judas is one of the top books that impressed many numbers of people for its impressionable and young attire. Judas, enigmatic man who dredges corpses from the bottom of a lake and Prema was deeply infatuated with Judas. Prema finds herself drawn to the Naxal political ideology and Longing to be rescued from her father, former policeman who tortured Naxalite rebels. Prema believes that only Judas can save her.

Read it For:
Reading the book will break your heart as torment the people have to go with time. Torture impended over the innocent hunts the unfortunate policemen all throughout the whole life and it acts as the mere tool in the hand of the state machinery. Tortured are eaten by guilt giving up indescribable inhuman torture.
Don't Read it For:
The book only has 158 pages, but the words are printed in large font.
What makes this book stand out?:
Multi-award-winning writer and journalist, K.R. Meera published short stories, essays, and novels. K.R. Meera won most prestigious literary prizes that also includes Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award, the Odakkuzhal Award, and the Vayalar Award.

Things To Leave Behind

Things To Leave Behind is the best book recommendations for those who like to know about the history. Almost Six native women have clad in black and the scarlet pictures huddles around the Nainital Lake along with attempting the threat of the influence. Days of Upper Mall Road - Europeans and their horses along with the Lower Mall Road  - servants and other Indians’. The story of Tilottama Dutt, feisty young daughter, Deoki, confront change as women and Indians.

Read it For:
Rich and panoramic historical novel to read. When you like to enjoy historical reading fiction, you will achieve satisfying options to read.
Don't Read it For:
Others much better
What makes this book stand out?:
Things To Leave Behind is a story of love and history, against the backdrop of Kumaon in 1856.

Zindaginama

Story of “Zindaginama" takes place in the first decade of 20th Century, and British Imperialists were for over 150 years in India. Life in the small village of Shahpur is undivided as Punjab remained largely unchanged. When Ghadar Movement gained the massive approach, Punjab and Bengal bringing the focus of British on the simple village of Shahpur.

Read it For:
Good read and this book is the magnum opus of Sobti, and as gives five stars. The Sobti story is the best masterful as well as compelling. There are many characters have the way of becoming the people lives to care about deeply.
What makes this book stand out?:
First short story 'Lama' by Krishna Sobti in 1944 and her early novels Channa marked one of the voices in the contemporary Hindi prose could not be ignored. Sobti has the special sensitivity for the female characters and especially caught in the net of Hindu and Muslim tradition.

Swimmer Among The Stars

wimmer Among the Stars is one of the top best books to read, and it announces the arrival of writer gifted just with the extraordinary talent. The story showcases the Interview with the last speaker of the language and chronicle of final seven days of a town.

Read it For:
Stylistically assured and keenly imagined, and written with a poetic receptivity,
Don't Read it For:
The stories are abstract and need improvement in style
What makes this book stand out?:
The fiction debut of the year

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