• Search results for Hachette India
Image Title
Devi Laskar (Photo: Anjini Laskar)

A passage to America: The complete interview with Devi S Laskar on her book, The Atlas of Reds and Blues

Devi S Laskar turned a horrifying real-life incident into a novel that has become the biggest talking point among Indians in America today.

Published on 12th April 2019

Hachette India to release Stephen Hawking's final book Brief Answers to the Big Questions in October 2018

The book will cover his discoveries and perspectives on everything from the creation of the universe, black holes, alien intelligence, and the existence of God.

Published on 18th May 2018
Anuradha Roy

War, nationalism and trees shape All The Lives We Never Lived by Anuradha Roy

Hachette India will release All The Lives We Never Lived by Anuradha Roy on 14 May 2018. 

Published on 4th May 2018
Charu Singh at Jaipur Literature Festival 2018

Quest for Shambala: Charu Singh releases The Golden Dakini in The Maitreya Chronicles

A gripping tale of fantasy, mythology centred around Tibetan Buddhism by Charu Singh. 

Published on 25th January 2018

This cookbook get its inspiration from Asterix & Winnie The Pooh

The Bengaluru-based duo that garnered popularity for their food blog Tadka Pasta, released their third title a few weeks ago — Book Worms & Jelly Bellies — put together entirely for children.

Published on 8th December 2017

Leaning into Italia: Cheering for the chariot of the Gauls

In an epic race to Mount Vesuvius via Rome, it’s the chariot of the Gauls that everybody’s cheering for

Published on 17th November 2017
Born a Crime

The troubled childhood of Trevor Noah and how his mother saved him

Trevor Noah's compelling memoir presents a troubled look at life in South Africa under apartheid and is a classic tribute to his mother.

Published on 31st October 2017
Tin Man

Tin Man: all for a painting of sunflowers

The appeal of her writing is so strong to the senses that it is almost visual and auditory. And the best part, this 197-page long novel is a perfect page turner to be read in one sitting.

Published on 30th October 2017
New Indian books

New Indian writing: Sachin, the Green Movement and more

With the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Man Booker Prize - the two most coveted literary honours - having been awarded earlier in October, the literary season has indeed set in.

Published on 29th October 2017
New books in 2017

Indulge reading list: Five books to look forward to in August 2017

With an intriguing mix of genres - dominated by non-fiction - August offers simple reading options without the hype that distracts and manipulates readers.

Published on 30th July 2017

"Is it nobler to put up with the mess that life slings at us?"

Book review: Caroline Taggart's Answers to Rhetorical Questions.

Published on 28th March 2017

Immortal by Krishna Udayasankar

Book review

Published on 8th March 2017

The Odditorium by David Bramwell & Jo Keeling

Book review: Odd people and what we owe to them

Published on 8th March 2017

Search results 1 - 13 of 13