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The Jaipur Literary Festival has grown into quite a prestigious event with several noted authors making an appearance, since its humble beginning in 2006. The media attention is huge, as several noted celebrities make their way to the festival.
This year book lovers have another reason to rejoice, as Amazon has tied up with the Jaipur Literary Festival to bring the books closer to the readers with an online store. It is named the Jaipur Literary Festival [JLF] store. The JLF store offers some amazing deals not just on stand-alone books, and graphic novels but on box sets as well. Not concentrating on a specific genre, we bring you some of the best book deals available on Amazon.in right now.
Read on and grab the ones you fancy.
Angels And Demons by Dan Brown
Dan Brown introduced us to one of the most famous literary characters ever, Robert Langdon in Angels And Demons. Robert is a renowned symbologist who is sent on a wild goose chase through mystery, murder and his ultimate run-in with the secret cult, Illuminati. One of the best books in the mystery genre.
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
Perhaps Dan Brown's most controversial work till date, The Da Vinci Code once again has Robert Langdon on the run across Paris this time from a crime he did not commit. How is the famous Leonardo da Vinci involved? Find out, as the Amazon Jaipur literary festival store has this book on a huge discount.
Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie
This is one of the seminal works of Agatha Christie in the mystery genre. It follows Detective Hercule Poirot on a train ride from Istanbul, trying to catch a killer from a list of 13 suspects. Grab it while the book deal is still on.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Gillian Flynn has written a shocking novel on today's love and the institution of marriage. Detailed in every way, Gone Girl is brutal and cunning. It is one book you shouldn't miss. Read it before you get married.
The Complete Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Perhaps the greatest literary character ever, Sherlock Holmes is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's best work. This box set covers the entire collection of mysteries he encountered. Jaipur Literary Festival makes it possible for the reader to plunge head on into the adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
The Hobbit And The Lord Of The Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
J.R.R Tolkien created a world much different than ours, inhibited by elves and fire breathing dragons in Middle Earth. This contains the entirety of Middle Earth ever written by Tolkien and is one of the best books to have.
A Song Of Ice And Fire box set by George R.R. Martin
Game of Thrones, the television show were adapted from A Song Of Ice And Fire by George R.R. Martin. Known for its brutality and unexpected twists and turns, it makes a fantastic read. You thought the show is awesome? Wait till you read the books! Thanks to the Jaipur Literary Festival now you can grab the whole set at a discounted price.
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
Kids will have a blast with this collection of illustrated stories especially written for them. Jeff Kinney has made the books lovable with some hilarious situations. A book you shouldn't miss if you're a school kid or if you're the parent of a school going kid.
Mahabharata by Anant Pai
The greatest scripture ever written, Mahabharata is a poem written by Ved Vyasa. Anant Pai has edited for today's generation. It should be read by everyone. The hardbound cover is a bonus. Grab this amazing book deal now!
Batman: Killing Joke by Alan Moore & Brian Bolland
Graphic novels are relatively new to India. We recommend Batman: The Killing Joke, as it is one of the most brilliant graphic novel ever written about the caped crusader. Alan Moore introduced a darker Batman and a much diffferent Gotham City in this game changer. One of the best books written on the Batman.
The Maze Runner box set by James Dashner
A dystopian trilogy about a bunch of kids who are trapped in a maze, The Maze Runner is a brilliant book about earth in the near future. James dashner creates a grisly world with some great characters. You shouldn't miss this book for anything!
The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith
Robert Galbraith is actually a pseudonym for J.K Rowling, the writer who introduced us to Harry Potter. This book introduces us to Cormoran Strike, a damaged man who also happens to be a detective. A brilliant read. A must have book deal from the Jaipur Literary Festival.
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith
The second part to the Cormoran Strike saga, The Silkworm is another scintillating work from Robert Galbraith. This one is much more interesting than the first novel and that's a rarity. Grab this book now!
The Lives Of Others by Neel Mukherjee
Neel Mukherjee crafts a brilliant tale in this novel which is set around the time of 1967 in Calcutta. It was nominated for the Man Booker Prize in 2014 and is a lovely read. The Jaipur Literary Festival brings us a good deal on this book and you should definitely check it out.
Playing it My Way by Sachin Tendulkar
Inarguably one of the greatest cricketers of all time, Sachin Tendulkar came out with his autobiography last year. Mostly quiet and keeping his feelings to himself, Sachin came out with juicy, behind the scene details of his long cricketing career. A fascinating read and a must have for any cricket lover or Sachin lover.