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[Group Reads] [Group Reads] [Nominations] ◆ February 2019 - Indian Authors Genre ◆

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Post time: 1-1-2019 15:05:31
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It is time to nominate the Group Read for February 2019. As per the schedule, we would be reading a book from the Indian Authors genre next month. Thank you all who participated in the previous group reads. Get your nominations in for our next pick.

A few pointers

. Nominations belonging to the Indian Authors genre would be the only ones considered. It can include a mythological fiction or historical.

. The nominated book must be available in the Reading Room.

. Please include a blurb about the book you nominate. Every nomination must include the link to the book in the Reading Room.

. You can only nominate one book from the genre of the month. Multiple nominations will not be considered.

. You can second a book nominated by another member.

. Do not nominate a book from the middle of a series, unless it can be read standalone.

. If your nomination is chosen as a group read, indicate whether you are willing to lead the discussion.

. Be kind enough to nominate the correct title


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Post time: 4-1-2019 11:02:21
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I would like to nominate In The Name Of God by Ravi Subramanian.

A brief Summary:
The Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram safeguards within its sacrosanct walls centuries of customs and rituals, unimaginable wealth and an unwavering calm. Until a dead body turns up in its holy pond . . . And then another. The murders threaten to shake the temple's very foundation, and when fingers point to its sealed vaults and its custodian, Aswathi Thirunal Dharmaraja Varma, the titular king of Travancore, all hell breaks loose. Meanwhile, a high-profile heist in a jewellery store at the Wafi Mall in Dubai leads investigators to a massive smuggling racket and brings Kabir Khan, additional director of the CBI, into the heart of south India. In Mumbai, a series of high-intensity explosions kills many, threatening to dismantle the country's most coveted diamond trade.Could these incidents be related? Racing against time, Kabir tries to unravel the puzzle, separating fact from fiction, history from religion, and put a stop to the killing spree. Slick, riveting and fast-paced,In the Name of God is Ravi Subramanian's most gripping novel yet.

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Post time: 6-1-2019 12:20:59
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I would like to nominate Vanara: The Legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara by Anand Neelakantan

Baali and Sugreeva of the Vana Nara tribe were orphan brothers who were born in abject poverty and grew up as slaves like most of their fellow tribesmen. They were often mocked as the vanaras, the monkey men. Sandwiched between the never-ending war between the Deva tribes in the north and the Asura tribes in the south, the Vana Naras seemed to have lost all hope. But Baali was determined not to die a slave. Aided by his beloved brother, Sugreeva, Baali built a country for his people.

It can be accessed here on the forum: https://craxme.com/forum.php?mod ... 53&fromuid=2945

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