20 exciting Indian books to look forward to in 2020
A new year always means new books to look forward to and 2020 seems to have a lot of exciting books. With many popular authors releasing their much awaited books and many famous names telling their stories in memoirs, every kind of reader has something to look forward to. Here are some upcoming books by Indian authors you’re sure to find interesting.
Milind Soman has had a long and interesting career from being a swimmer, a model, an actor and now an extreme athlete who stands for a lot of good causes. In this book he bares all about his life, talking about how he grew out of his bad habits and became the person he is now. He touches on the experiences that shaped him in particular, like his first marathon. The book is co-written with Roopa Pai.
Keki N. Daruwalla has been a notable presence on the literary scene of India. He has authored several books, including twelve volumes of poetry, five collections of short stories and has been conferred with the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1984 and the Commonwealth Poetry Prize for Asia in 1987. His forthcoming ‘Memoir’ is an amalgamation of his literary life and his journey in the public service. The book pictures the state of being a writer alongside the changing face of history, governance and bureaucracy of the country.
India’s most loved author Ruskin Bond has penned more than 500 short stories and several novellas since 1956. His first novel, ‘The Room on the Roof’ was drafted when he was seventeen and the book won the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize in 1957. Latest from his desk to be added to the list is ‘Happy Birthday, World’. It is a timely book about the world’s natural wonders filled with beautiful illustrations to inform and delight young readers of their precious earth.
The shotz series is a rapidly streamlined, riveting short thriller novel co-authored by the incredible banker and writer Ravi Subramaniam. His debut novel ‘If God Was a Banker’, won the Golden Quill Readers’ Choice Award in 2008. However, the first three books of his upcoming Shotz series – ‘Insomnia’, ‘A Brutal Hand’ and ‘The Lavasa Incident’ are no less. They are plot-driven and are a quick read.
Courtesy : E Times