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7 Critically-Acclaimed Books By Indian Authors

Every author dream to be a bestseller and we all are aware that very few achieve this recognition of being a bestseller. But that doesn’t never mean, the other author has not written a good book or he can’t be a bestseller. Indeed! Getting high on the Bestselling Charts is a happy-go-feeling but every author would agree that getting the love and affection of your dear readers is more soothing for our soul. Here, today we had compiled such 7 masterpieces that might not reflect in your popular bestselling charts but are widely loved by the readers and are critically-acclaimed.

1. The Broken Pendant by Dr. Nalli Ramya

A unique tale that revolves around a mysterious grubby dairy found in attic by a young boy named mark. The book takes you on a thrilling adventurous journey about a man named Daniel through the dairy and into a fantasy combined with archeology. The story of the debut thrilling masterpiece by Dr. Ramya is set in Teotihuacan pyramids, Mexico and Houston, USA. It is a perfect blend of friendship love and adventure that captures the readers. It is a kind of suspense and time travelling plot where present is held in 2054 and then taking readers back to 2024 through dairy. The story keeps you hooked up with the various questions which Mark have to deal in his expedition. The book is about balance between triviality and gigantism in terms of inclusion that the book makes way for a story well stitched. It would be a good read for readers who love a combo of thriller, mystery mixed with adventure.

2. Abyss by Sabarna Roy

Barely, we have witnessed a play making to an elite list. But Abyss by Sabarna Roy highlighting central conflict between a mother and her daughter and its female sleuth makes to the elite list. Abyss is a full-length play in two acts with an interval in between. Essentially a racy crime thriller full of gritty suspense; the act builds up slowly to result in a crescendo of conflicts between personalities and ideas finally to end with an unnatural death before the interval. The readers are hung in the balance to declare it as a suicide or a murder? Act two evolves through a series of incisive interrogations to unravel the truth, which is deeply disturbing and affecting. As the play unfolds into a very well-crafted situational thriller, underneath is the debate about using land for agriculture or for industry, the ethics of a working author and the nexus of a modern state all wonderfully enmeshed into its storyline and the personal lives of its subtly etched out characters.

3. Pink Gender: The Extended by Anandajit Goswami

The award-winning masterpiece; Pink Gender: The Extended is a seasoned thriller focusing on the fallacies of the society. Putting a transgender as a prime character of the story; the novel breaks various stereotypes attached with Indian literature. The procedural investigation of police shades light on the prevalent system of the country. The masterpiece which is an experimental in itself tries to decipher the magical mysteries of life in the wake of a mysterious accident which serves as the backdrop of the society. The masterpiece tries to explore the bright and dark corner simultaneously and leave the magical mysteries explained and at the same time unexplained in some ways.

4. Pentacles by Sabarna Roy

This list would seem incomplete without Pentacles by Sabarna Roy. A combination of one long story and four short poems, the work delightfully bridges the gap between the mundane and arcane writings of today and provides an interesting, yet intellectually stimulating, treat for the discerning reader. The thought-provoking views on issues like love and socio-economic conditions in India are interspersed in the whole work. Unshackled by the bonds of rhyme and meter, free verses evoke the stark reality of urban life, hitting you straight in the guts. The use of everyday urban imagery adds to the appeal of the compositions. The free verses sketch out their life story with its attendant pathos, poignancy and logic. The best part of all the compositions is that the reader will definitely identify with the poet and will, in one form or other, have similar stories to narrate.

5. The King of the Sea by Nandan Gautam

A book of its own kind, The King of the Sea by Nandan Gautam takes you onto a roller-coaster of spiritual adventure with many unexpected twists and turns. Featuring some of the legendary musicians including Grammy award winner Antonio Sanchez, Tom Schuman, Rainer Bruninghaus, Chad Wackerman along with Indian musicians like Amit Heri and Toni Das; is the first ever book to have a two-album soundtrack composed by the author himself. Shifting between three point of views, the metaphysical novel is a real-life account of the author. Mr. Gautam crafts the main story with his own visions along with a mysterious voice that speaks to him from time to time that he doesn’t always understand or even trust.

6. Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012-2018 by Sabarna Roy

It would come as a surprise for a lot of people. But it’s the charm of the bestselling author, Sabarna Roy that makes this masterpiece to the elite list. Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012–2018 is a kaleidoscope of random, yet mysteriously structured to a pattern, fiction, semi-autobiographical, and autobiographical pieces, covering poems, short-shorts, opinions, observations, and conversations. Roy says: “All my life I have struggled to achieve an optimal lucidity in language and expression that is required to demystify the hidden self and selves and agendas. I hope, I have achieved this in a large measure in this book of mine!”

7. One More Call by Girish Patel

This non-fiction book on sales by Girish Patel tells you the intricacies associated not just with sales but primarily selling a Life Insurance. The book deals rom the very basic of pitching your client to the mannerism which a LIC agent should carry. Not just the various technical aspects of closing the sales but also it primarily focusses on the attire of the person. What possible accessories we need to carry in order to let people focus their attention on us. The masterpiece is simply full of success mantra for any sales professional who want to excel in their career.

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