Weekend reads: Engage in inspiring, imaginative journey

Books that might inspire you as well as kindle your imagination. Image courtesy: Amazon

From fiction to autobiography, here are a few books that might enrich you with knowledge as well as kindle your imagination. Weekend reads for you can be engaging and refreshing with this set of recent releases.

A Tempest of Tea
Perfect for fans of Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows, 'A Tempest of Tea' from Hafsah Faizal, New York Times-bestselling author of We Hunt the Flame, is the first book in a hotly-anticipated new fantasy duology about an orphan girl and her crew who get tangled in a heist with vampires.

Three-Inch Teeth: 24
The riveting new novel from CJ Box narrates the tale of Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett, who faces two different kinds of rampaging beasts. Dallas Cates, is a person who Joe helped lock up years ago. He is released from prison and carries a list tattooed on his skin. At the same time, a rogue grizzly bear has gone on a rampage—killing, among others, the potential fiancé of Joe’s daughter.

Before Memory Fades: An Autobiography
Indian jurist Fali S. Nariman, considered the sentinel of rights enshrined in the constitution is a well-known name in many high-profile cases. 'Before Memory Fades: An Autobiography' tells his own story, from his childhood to his days in the Bombay High Court and his experiences as he rose to higher echelons. The book contains many interesting anecdotes, inspiring true stories and memoirs involving several fellow lawyers and judges.

Make Epic Money
Ankur Warikoo in his groundbreaking book 'Do Epic Shit', dropped the truth bomb, ‘Three relationships determine our life's course - time, money, and ourselves.’ In his third book, 'Make Epic Money', he provides you with the ultimate personal finance blueprint delving into the complex world of money. Drawing on his experience of financial highs and lows, Warikoo shares everything he has learnt about money that he wishes someone had taught him when he was young.

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