American Prometheus by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin

American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin is a fascinating biography of one of the most iconic and complex figures of the 20th century - J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientific director of the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb during World War II.

Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

Title: Killers of the Flower MoonAuthor: David GrannPublisher: DoubledayGenre: True Crime, Non-fictionCharacters: Mollie Burkhart, Ernest Burkhart, William Hale, Tom White, Lizzie Q, W.S. HamiltonSetting: Oklahoma (United States)First Publication: 2017Language: English Plot Summary:...

Realizations Of A Yogi by AiR Atman in Ravi

"Realizations of a Yogi" by AiR Atman in Ravi is an exceptional book that has the power to ignite the flames of spiritual curiosity and transformation within its readers. With its profound insights, captivating storytelling, and genuine humanity, this memoir serves as a guiding light for those seeking deeper meaning, self-realization, and a profound connection with the divine.
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Untold stories of Ramayana by Gaurang Damani

"Untold Stories of Ramayana" by Gaurang Damani is a captivating exploration of the Ramayana and its profound wisdom, shedding light on the real events that shaped Hindu civilization. From hidden narratives and lesser-known tales to the enduring relevance of the epic in today's world, this book unveils the tapestry of ancient Hindu history, inviting readers to delve into the depths of devotion, heroism, and cosmic purpose.

Atomic Habits by James Clear

Transform your life with the power of small habits! In his bestselling book Atomic Habits, James Clear reveals how making tiny changes can lead to remarkable results. Learn the four laws of creating lasting habits and discover practical strategies for overcoming obstacles, staying motivated, and achieving your goals.

Satyromaniac – A Love Story by R J Covington

In "Satyromaniac," R J Covington delves into complex themes and messages that are both thought-provoking and relevant to contemporary society. One of the most prominent themes in the book is the fragility of the human psyche and the devastating effects of loss, trauma, and addiction.
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Mountains, Radio Waves and a Love Letter by Shinji Yoshikawa

Shinji Yoshikawa takes readers on a journey to the remote Evergreen Ranch in Chiapas, Mexico. Through his introspective writing, Yoshikawa invites readers to reflect on the importance of modern-day amenities and infrastructure in our lives, and whether true joy and fulfillment can be found in the simplicity of nature.

Time to Awaken by Ora Nadrich

"Time to Awaken," by Ora Nadrich. The book is brimming with pearls of wisdom that can empower you to rethink the way you approach the challenges you are facing in your life right now.

The Trial of the Maharaja by Debleena Majumdar

This was a very thoroughly researched and educational account, as well as an interesting one, of the first judicial murder that took place in British India in the late 18th century.

The Goodness of Bad by Ravi Raman

Heartfelt and interesting, powerful and sensitive, The Goodness of Bad is both an intimate memoir and a resounding wake-up call. It recounts the tale of how one man grew to understand that a responsible person is not one who gives up his life for his loved ones but rather one who shows them how to enjoy their lives to the fullest.
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