Top 10 Books of 2008 – India

 

If you are a book lover, chances are higher. Numerous book lovers prefer to read books written by Indian authors. Reading books gives them a purpose; at the same time helps they persevere through difficulty. Overall, reading books also unlocks parts of themselves. For all of the reasons, people love to read the book. Most importantly, reading makes us feel optimistically, tenaciously alive, breathlessly. Are you searching for the top 10 books of 2008 here the list, you can easily choose the best book from the list?

 

Sea of Poppies

All the characters’ lives revolve around opium and this time setting rarely explored in fiction. Overall, this story takes place on Ganges & Hooghly Rivers Historically; this story is an important region in world politics.

Read it For:
in general, the characters are all real at the same time believable. Most importantly, they are all strangely pulled into one another’s lives. It is the recommended book among others. Most people love to read it
Don't Read it For:
it is not a perfect choice for the voracious reader of historical fiction; overall it is the challenging book to read due to the author's use of other languages.
What makes this book stand out?:
People love to read this book for its story, language as well as its atmosphere.

The 3 Mistakes of My Life

The 3 Mistakes of my life based on cricket, business, and religion, as well as the novel,  is set against the backdrop of beautiful city Ahmedabad. Even this story revolving around three young Indian boys Ishaan, Omi, Govind, as well as this book goes on to narrate how they are trying their best to make ends in this city.

Read it For:
Nice book for the people who love romantic stories; it is the recommended choice for the beginner level as well as it is really easy and understandable. Overall, it is a good story and features unpredictable twists with an emotional climax.
Don't Read it For:
it is the perfect book for the beginner level readers and not for all
What makes this book stand out?:
In general, the scenario presented is very good especially the communal fighting's as well as romance is nicely presented, so it is one of the recommended book options for readers to keep guessing the next scene

The White Tiger

The White Tiger follows a Bangalore driver through the poverty and corruption of modern India’s caste society. Of course, it is the authentic voice of the Third World, and you never heard it before

Read it For:
White tiger gives us intimacy with its vocabulary, and it is the heart touching story. Overall, sentences wrapped with the magic of beautiful words so it could be nuts in a milkshake.
Don't Read it For:
Lastly, the humorous aspect is the plus point to this story but most people bored with it.
What makes this book stand out?:
It is an amazing book and features very different writing style. Overall, the theme is revealing as well as stark. Of course, these factors will make it difficult to put the book down.

These Errors Are Correct

a startling meditation on love, grief, as well as arbitrary dictates of history.  This novel features a unique and stunning range of fixed and invented forms including rhymed syllabics, ghazals, sonnets, terza rima, the sestina, etc.

Read it For:
It is a tantalizing combination of humor, reality, as well as fiction these are all slammed together into one package.
Don't Read it For:
it is not for all readers
What makes this book stand out?:
These Errors and Correct is a haunting book by the people, and it is one of the top 10 books. People love to read and get full of wisdom and regret.
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The Palace of Illusions

this book takes us back to a time that is half history, wholly magical as well as half myth. The author gives voice to Panchaali, the fire-born heroine of the Mahabharata, as well as she, weaves a vibrant retelling of an ancient epic saga. Married to five royal husbands who have been cheated by their father's kingdom,

Read it For:
Readers surely enjoy this story and allow them to get overall enjoyable experience.
Don't Read it For:
this book is not suitable for the people who love to get modern Indian immigrant experience. This novel only looks at the ancient Indian epic.
What makes this book stand out?:
Richly imagined, filled with lovely language, deeply mythic, these factors make this book stand out as well as people love to read this book, it is one of the top books ever that provides ultimate experience to the readers.

The lives of Sri Aurobindo

The Lives of Sri Aurobindo' defines different stages of Sri Aurobindo's life and it progressively develops into  India's groundbreaking spiritual leaders. Peter Heehs and his straightforward style of writing is based on elaborate and opens a marvelously surprising window on Sri Aurobindo.

Read it For:
the straightforward style of writing allows readers to get a better understanding as well as it opens a marvelously surprising window on Sri Aurobindo. This also explains the challenges for Indian opposition leaders in the country.
Don't Read it For:
it is the complete views India struggling with the British colonists
What makes this book stand out?:
It is the best boos for readers who love to understand Indian culture. The book is a gem for many reasons. First of all, it gives a close view of India struggling with the British colonists until they get independence.

The Zoya Factor

It is the story about younger players in India's cricket team they find out that advertising executive Zoya Singh Solanki and it is the story of his early stage struggles etc.

Read it For:
Right from the start you can enjoy a lot and also get a feeling, first of all, this book is written easily, so it is really easy to understand. Apart from that, the characters are well thought of.
Don't Read it For:
little bit boring and not recommended for everyone
What makes this book stand out?:
It is one of the best books to read because the author manages to keep you entertained throughout. Readers excited with some lead characters' actions.

Netherland

Netherland is a novel about substance foundations and constructions, and structure of memory, imagination as well as current events.

Read it For:
O'Neill's characters are really good and the reader can imagine a lot while reading it.
Don't Read it For:
this story explains the beautiful structure of the game, and readers get vivid memories of sights, sounds, scents, etc. but this novel is a little bit boring at the same time not perfect for adventures lovers.
What makes this book stand out?:
In general, this book sneaks up on you as well as offer best experience, and overall it is the best book recommendations.

Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II

it is an astonishing book, and this will challenge at the same time change your understanding of what we were as Americans.

Read it For:
people love to read this book for its groundbreaking historical exposé.
Don't Read it For:
it is best for the people who love challenges and not for everyone
What makes this book stand out?:
Formidably researched as well as powerfully written, apart from that wrenchingly detailed narrative

Between the Assassinations

Welcome to Kittur, India. Characters in Between the Assassinations are any indication, Kittur is an extraordinary crossroads, and it is the poorest morals, the up-and-coming and the downtrodden. A series of sketches include a blinding, brilliant, and brave mosaic of Indian life.

Read it For:
In general, this book also has a deep message at the same time the author also presented this in a very simple way and it is the best book to reads.
Don't Read it For:
it is nearly as good as White Tiger and perfect for the people who love short stories they might enjoy this and not for all
What makes this book stand out?:
Between the Assassinations gives a nice experience to the readers and with all the humor, unflinching candour, sympathy of The White Tiger readers can easily understand the world we live in today.

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