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Being labelled ‘the boy who lived’ for his whole life has not been easy for Harry Potter. In this eighth installment of the series, Rowling weaves yet another thrilling and magical yarn.

By: | Published: August 7, 2016 6:10 AM

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts I & II
JK Rowling, Jack Thorne  & John Tiffany
Hachette
Pp 352,  Rs 899

Being labelled ‘the boy who lived’ for his whole life has not been easy for Harry Potter. In this eighth installment of the series, Rowling weaves yet another thrilling and magical yarn.

The Unusual Billionaires
Saurabh Mukherjea
Penguin Random House
Pp 445, Rs 499

The Unusual Billionaires tells the story of eight outstanding companies. These companies defeated 5,000 other public-listed companies to deliver high growth while maintaining profitability.

Thirst
Benjamin Warner
Bloomsbury
Pp 283, Rs 699

On a searing summer Friday, Eddie Chapman has been stuck for hours in a traffic jam. There are accidents along the highway, but ambulances and police are conspicuously absent.

Face-to-Face
Parthajit Baruah
HarperCollins
Pp205, Rs 399

Over four decades and more, Adoor Gopalakrishnan has turned out films of great artistic merit and integrity. Face-to-Face is an introduction to the aesthetics of his cinema.

Spitfire Singh
Edwards Mike
Bloomsbury
Pp434, Rs 499

Their willingness to pay any price to uphold the honour and integrity of the Air Force meant an uphill battle against bigotry. However, Harjinder and his men took the fight to the enemy and rose splendidly to the occasion.

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