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He was identified before the world as the most wanted and feared terrorist, but Osama Bin Laden had a strange and secret world that very few people knew and Najwa bin Laden, Omar bin Laden and Jean Sasson unveil it through “Growing Up Bin Laden”

The memoirs of Najwa bin Laden, Osama bin Laden's first wife, and Omar bin Laden, Osama's fourth son, make for a fascinating read, especially to someone who is not very familiar with ways of life in the Middle East. There is a possibility that you could be put off by Najwa's account of her early life. Her glasses didn't just seem rose-colored; they seemed as if they must have had their own built-in mister of fairy dust. Almost everything in her life up until the point that she had to move to Afghanistan seemed to be from a glorious dream. “Growing Up Bin Laden” is actually the book that will make you to hold back snorts. She rhapsodized over the marvelous man that was Osama. According to Najwa, he seemed able to do no wrong, whether as a husband or a father. This, despite the fact that she was afraid to disagree with him in any way and that he abused his children and deprived them of many normal childhood things, such as toys and medical care. Neither was she allowed to use many modern conveniences, due to Osama's distaste for them. The world knows Osama bin Laden as the most wanted terrorist of our time. But people are not born terrorists and bin Laden has carefully guarded the details of his private life; until now, when his first wife and fourth-born son break the silence to take us inside his strange and secret world. In spine-tingling detail, Jean Sasson tells their story of life with a man whose growing commitment to violent jihad led him to move his wives and children from an orderly life to one of extreme danger, even choosing the teenage Omar to accompany him to the mountain fortress of Tora Bora. “Growing Up Bin Laden” tells you the story of a young girl who married her gentle and kindly first-cousin, enjoying a happy early marriage with the groom of her choice. But world events thrust her husband into a frenzy of militant activities, altering his once pleasing behavior in the process. It’s RightBooks.in on action to bring it before you, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9781851689019&Growing%20Up%20Bin%20Laden is the link for you to visit.

Alex Rutherford brings the history of Mughal dynasty alive and “Empire Of The Moghul Ruler Of The World” is what his venture called

Alex Rutherford’s third book was eagerly awaited as it was, after all, going to be about none other than one of the most revered king in history, Akbar. There is just so much more to write about Akbar to make it a very gripping and interesting read and “Empire Of The Moghul Ruler Of The World just delivers that perfectly for you in terms of content and quality of writing. Keep your enemies’ close and your sons closer, the story of the third great Moghul Emperor Akbar, leader of a triumphant dynasty, which contained the seeds of its own destruction. Akbar, ruler of a sixth of the world's people, colossally rich and utterly ruthless, was a contemporary of Elizabeth I, but infinitely more powerful. His reign began in bloodshed when he strangled his treacherous 'milk-brother', but it ended in glory. Akbar extended his rule over much of Asia, yet despite the unimaginable bloodshed, which resulted, his empire was based on universal religious tolerance. However, Akbar's home life was more complicated. He defied family, nobles and mullahs to marry a beautiful Rajput princess, whose people he had conquered; but she hated Akbar and turned Salim, his eldest son, against him. What's more, as any Moghul prince could inherit his father's crown and become Emperor, his sons were brought up to be intensely competitive and suspicious of each other and as Salim grew to manhood, the relationship between father and son became tainted by the competition to be the greatest Moghul of them all. Besides ChandraGupta Maurya and Ashoka, Akbar was the sole representative of the Indian emperors who had made it to the list of world’s most influential emperors and “Empire Of The Moghul Ruler Of The World brings you the Akbar in human from the historical facts and figures. So all in all of you are looking to read a book about Akbar as a great warrior or administrator this is definitely not the book you should pick up. Though book is fictional drawing inspiration from history yet the book fails to deliver. Just visit RightBooks.in and get it now. The link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780755347575&Empire Of The Moghul Ruler Of The World is the one that gets you there.

“The Valley of Masks” examines the pathologies of power, purity and dogma to give us a frightening yet ultimately redemptive vision of the future that Tarun Tejpal describes

Literatures are known as the true reflector of life, but with certainty, the valley of masks are something that you have never encountered. “The Valley of Masks” is about apathy. That is simply putting it. The book explores deeper issues - of class systems, the human race and the dogmas that surround us and ultimately about the human spirit - its failure to see and rise above everything else. The narrator who initially goes by the name Karna, to X 470 while being trained to become a warrior (again, how appropriate is the name play) and finally as X47 as Wafadar has fled the doctrines and mountains of Aum. He is the one who decides to tell his story, the story of being hidden behind a mask, of Aum and its so-called principles. The book is about an extremist organization that teaches violent perfection to young children; it takes priesthood to another level involving women and also strives to understand why naxalites killed and continue to kill. Aum (appropriately named) is the self-proclaimed leader of this cult – where equality is placed before everything else – so much so that they have the same face – a mask that is fitted to their face once they turn sixteen. The more one reads the book, the more one is scared. What if this turns out to be a reality some day? The idea of how the human mind is more willing to submit and follow than stand up against. There are pages of discourse in the book, something others might not find relevant; however you can consider those were essential to the plot. They held the story together. “The Valley of Masks” is a frightening book and it is set in times when it is highly possible for something like this to take place. This book has its moments and plenty of them, and Tarun Tejpal shows his class act again, although it does go on a tangent at times. This is one book that you keep reading again and again, and RightBooks.in brings it there for you. Just your visit to the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9789350290460&The%20Valley%20of%20Masks will uplift your reading spirits.

Nirupama Subramanium brings the twist in the transformation between the two distinct cultures in her debut novel “Keep The Change”

While it is commendable that new-age authors are consciously writing about what is familiar to them- their roots, milieu and middle-class lives, this change, though refreshing at first, seems to have (typical of today’s world where anything successful is done-to-death) deteriorated into yet another overdone trend that the bored reader has tired of, wishing instead for something new and ‘different’. The storyline of “Keep The Change” is delightfully relatable-to, the characters are real and Damyanthi’s struggles with moral choices become the reader’s as well. Several cliches and stereotypes may have been employed, but they are accurate (unlike in Chetan Bhagat’s latest novel, which left the reader incredulous at the portrayal of a Tamil Brahman family that ate from banana leaves on a daily basis). With witty and insightful observations that are sure to make one laugh, Nirupama Subramanian’s first novel is a success and it is an easy and entertaining read, even if no literary masterpiece. Reading Keep The Change is like watching a masala Hindi potboiler - predictable, yet immensely enjoyable. A product of the lethal combination of strict convent schooling and orthodox Brahmin upbringing, Damyanthi is, naturally, not exactly a man-magnet, her only ‘brush’ with men having been on crowded roads during frantic shopping sprees. Her job at an old, sleepy accounting firm is particularly dull and worse, now having lived a quarter of a century, Damayanthi finds herself on the marriage market, subject to scrutiny by gossipy Mylapore mamis and their sons, for whom she sulkily parades in silk saris and jewelry. Her mother tries anxiously to find her a match, constantly battling her daughter’s obstinate refusal to ‘see boys’, all of whom Damayanthi finds unfailingly grotesque and unsuitable. Finally, fed up with her monotonous life and her oppressive surroundings, Damyanthi decides she needs a change and an insipid CV and embarrassing interview later, lands a job with a big bank in the city of sin - Mumbai. Witty and entertaining are the two immediate adjectives that you can give to this RightBooks.in presentation, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788172239428&Keep%20the%20Change%20%A0 is your link to visit.

A number of times The Mahabharata was covered from point of view made by the warrior characters defined in the epic but this time Panchaali, the most crucial woman in the epic speaks up in “The Palace of Illusions” narrated by Chitra Divakaruni

It’s an all men’s day out that the Mahabharata illustrates, and the epic is described from the point of view that the super-warriors kept displaying. However, the women era in this epic wasn’t always given the due importance that it deserves and Chitra Divakaruni places her generous effort in dealing this particular effort. The Mahabharata comprises numerous female characters, featured with their own philosophies towards life, and Divakaruni chooses Panchaali, aka Draupadi to give a new approach to this epical work. “The Palace of Illusions” demonstrates the most influential woman character in the Mahabharata from a completely new perspective. This work brings the Draupadi not as the common wife of the Pandavas, but as a woman with her own life philosophies, lookout for the politics, expectations, love, lust, and most importantly, her secret desires with the one who happens to be the most feared foe for the Pandavas, called Karna. The basic plot very simply is the story of the five Pandavas, who go up against their 100 Kauravas cousins to win back their kingdom of Hastinapur, with the divine intervention of one of the most popular reincarnations of Lord Krishna. Though she was destined to change the course of history, even as she arose from the sacred fire and smoke, Draupadi, one of the main characters in this tale and the wife of the five Pandavas, is traditionally left playing a supporting character role. What Chitra Divakaruni has done in her latest novel “Palace of Illusions” is to skillfully narrate this story from Draupadi’s point of view and more significantly a woman’s perspective. Traditionally many perceive Draupadi’s character of many dark shades, but Divakaruni has deliberately and masterfully crafted Draupadi’s character as one that deserves tremendous empathy and compassion. Divakaruni, with her expressive prose, has succeeded in rewriting this story of the enmity between two sets of cousins, into the story of a woman who changed history. The link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780330458535&The%20Palace%20of%20Illusions from RightBooks.in host this periodic piece of work from her.

Jonathon Stroud is back with his winning team of Bartimaeus saving the “The Ring of Solomon” to fall into the wrong hands

Voodooist activities, black magic centric acts, the power of spirituality are the features that the series of Bartimaeus kept delivering for you. The superb plotting, the correlation with the historic events and characters makes you familiar with the storyline and no surprise that the Bartimaeus series got to maintain its own presence among the fiction lovers like you. Jonathan Stroud has brought one more reason to make the super-natural, magical power centric series more readable and the latest addition in the series called “The Ring of Solomon is responsible for that. However, even though you are a first timer in the Jonathan write ups, this prequel of the Bartimaeus Trilogy will not let you feel deviated from the storyline. “The Ring of Solomon is a stand-alone novel, but it uses the incredible, powerful, irreverent, infuriating and footnote-writing djinni, Bartimaeus, from the Bartimaeus Trilogy. The book is truly independent, so you could read it before or after the trilogy. Really, it’s quite brilliant of the author to do this. The several thousand years old djinni, powered with the awesome supernatural capability and magical powers, along with his team, is into the dynasty of King Solomon, the uncontested emperor of Jerusalem at that time. The only thing the two sets of books have in common is the character of Bartimaeus and the alternate reality where magicians do works of power by binding demons to their will. Solomon has a ring with a spirit attached to it that is so powerful; no one can stand against him and of course, it is with the power of the ring that he gained his amazing wealth and carried out his magnificent building projects. Bartimaeus starts out in the employ of one of Solomon’s under-magicians, but then comes under the power of Asmira, a dedicated girl assassin sent by the Queen of Sheba to assassinate Solomon and steal his ring, a suicide mission, as far as Bartimaeus is concerned. Undoubtedly, an action-packed series that you just can’t afford to give a miss, and RightBooks.in brings you the opportunity to have it online. Check the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780385619165&The%20Ring%20Of%20Solomon for more details.

Known as the versatile writer for all ages, this time Salman Rushdie magic is set to color children literature up in his newest novel, "Luka And The Fire Of Life"

Every time something from Rushdie you pick, you get into the touch of quality enriched literature stiffs. His write-ups are something that needs no introduction and his versatility in the different fields shows his genius and brilliance. You yourself got amazed with his writing venture a number of occasions and now the turn has come for your kids to get the glimpses of his children centric book works. Luka And The Fire Of Life takes your kid to the world of fantasies through the simplistic yet touching narration of Luka’s quest to bring his father back from the never-ending deep sleep. In his newest novel, "Luka And The Fire Of Life" published by Random House, UK, Salman Rushdie manages to not only create a fantastical world and a great adventure for his young hero to explore and experience, he gives us an intriguing look at the relationships between stories, their listeners and the way the two come together to shape the world around them. While it contains most of the elements we've come to expect from a tale involving a hero's quest, it’s the twist and turns he throws in for him to navigate that makes this one special. Although set in the same World of Magic and with the same cast of characters, those who have read Haroun will find Luka a wildly different sort of novel. The advent of video games and media over-saturation has mutated the original charm and wonderment of Haroun into something that feels forced and distant, and will ultimately leave readers yearning for a more traditional tale. Luka's father, Rashid Khalifa, is a professional orator who regaled his children with tales of the World of Magic as they were growing up. Featuring such fantastic fixtures as the Sea of Stories and the River of Time, the World of Magic is not only a fantasy realm but also a physical manifestation of creativity and imagination. Something like this class can only match up with your kid’s mindset, and RightBooks.in brings you the opportunity again. Just rush to www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780099555322&Luka%20And%20The%20Fire%20Of%20Life to get it now.

Short stories have its own flavor of vintage class without being too elaborate, its punch lines make you realize its impact, even after you have finished reading and Jeffrey Archer mastered at it in his latest, called "And Thereby Hangs A Tale"

While looking for something short yet sweet, that exerts a long last in the memory, surely short stories are the branches of the literature that spearhead this stylus. Numerous authors have shown their individual skills and brilliance while crafting this very form of literature and Jeffrey Archer certainly deserves a premium place in this regard. His latest, called “And Thereby Hangs A Tale proves his capability of drafting and presenting an interesting plot yet again. In this 15 story rich compilation, Archer stands to his multilevel expertise while taking the reader to a trip to the various flavors of the literature. From supernatural to suspense, from romantic ones to crimes, the brilliant story telling of Archer covers every possible aspect that makes a classical story. However, his latest, called “And Thereby Hangs A Tale is not completely his elementary creation, out of the fifteen, ten were told to him by others and he redesigned the plot to result this Macmillan publication work. He has the power to keep the attention of the reader intact and every possibility is there to finish the compilation at one go. Twists, yet with the appearance that touches the heart is the characteristic feature of Archer. While one of his works here narrates the story of an urban couple, who are to go through the obstacles of inter-caste marriage and still their passion for each other stays stronger than before. Or the story called Blind date, where a blind man tries to woo a woman with his charm, only to find later that the woman was blind, too. Or the Queen’s Telegram, where the old man imagines that its none other than her highness will be wishing her wife on her 100th Birthday, Plots taken from the daily life, involving the common people and their common life are brilliantly narrated in this short story collections. RightBooks.in stages this classical effort from this literature great, and the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780330513685&And Thereby Hangs A Tale gives the complete details of buying.

Sometimes, something usual and beyond expectation happens that just changes the life standing the fact related with the presence of god and just that’s what William P. Young states in his venture called “The Shack”

Often you wondered to know, if god actually exists there. Number of times you heard the god is everywhere, but seldom, if not never, you came to know about the existence of the almighty who controls our lives. It needs a miracle that will make you believe about the existence of that super power, just the way Mac perceived it. In the novel titled “The Shack” by William P. Young, exactly that’s the one that is exemplified. Where is God in all of this? This is the question The Shack is attempting to address. With it, if you perceive him rightly, he is also trying to dispel some of the religious notions of others who fail to meet the need. Those who in fact add to our distress by their pat and/or distorted answers and portraits of God. Sound theology, Biblical theology can really do that. That’s the ideology Yong has tried to express in this work. However, Young’s approach is to radically redefine God Himself, reject a healthy portion orthodox doctrine and then to promulgate his own theological framework. Make no mistake; this is not mere fiction stuff for you. Fiction is only Young’s instrument of communication, like the short stories. The Shack is Young’s offering up of his systematic theology of relationship. Undoubtedly, his effort is effective in this regard. “Papa”, the nickname of god used in “The Shack”, is just like any other common human beings, and will make you easy to correlate Mac’s interaction with God, when he is back to the same place wherefrom he had to return broken hearted and shattered with the unbearable pain of losing his daughter forever. It is the same place where he is back again, and this time around, he is set to have an encounter with the god, of course in disguise. God disguises in a Latino woman, and Mac hardly could recognize. Young wants to introduce readers to a loving God who was willing to sacrifice his own son to save us from our sins. But all heresies begin with misconstruing the nature of God. Can Mac get his daughter back? RightBooks.in has the answer, and the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780964729230&The Shack is what that host it.

The application of self-belief is what that determines the stage the success and “The Monk who sold his Ferrari” from Robin Sharma is the awesome representation of this very fact

In the backdrop of globalization and the rat race in everything, it’s a harsh and win-only situation that you are thrown into. You run after money, you are after your society positions, you are spending sleepless nights to make it big in terms of your career; in short, you sacrifice everything for your own sake only. Only for sometimes, because still something is there that money can’t buy, you name it the inner happiness. At point of time, you may have everything that you wanted, but you sacrificed the mindset that lets you cherish them. It’s the spiritual approach that stood for providing this happiness and “The Monk who sold his Ferrari” from Robin Sharma is a stupendous effort to reach you that. This is indeed a great effort that teaches you how to live life. Narration by Robin Sharma is simply something that touches the inner chord of your hearts; featured with a storyline it teaches the difference between material and happy life. A person can never stay be happy with materials but he has to first take care of his/her self, his family, friends etc. Definitely this is the book that will compel you to think what you actually want from life. The book gradually unfolds the trivial though emphatic desires which an individual wishes to be fulfilled but it’s hidden deep inside and only when one has had it all his ambition, name, fame etc being achieved, but the latent desires are badly missed. It gives simple but effective steps to improve ones life personally professionally and spiritually. It says how, in your daily busy schedule, you don’t have time to spare even for your own betterment and that you work for the sake of working not realizing what you are actually looking for. There is no peace in mind and that stress of work brings aging beforehand. So an individual must realize the importance of everything that is done and first of all, one should start loving oneself, in order to love and care others. RightBooks.in has shown you the way to achieve that, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788179921623&The%20Monk%20Who%20Sold%20His%20Ferrari is your destined link.

Everyone looks to make something significant in terms of financial stability and “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert T Kiyosaki serves that perfectly

Wealth creation, a healthy bank balance and most importantly, the financial independence to meet the professional and personal goals. You always had welcomed these all open handed, although you were unsure about the effective ways to achieve that. True, finance may appear as a complicated subject with so many calculations, and most importantly, it demands you to make the right decision at the right time. You need the proper grab over the subject for that and “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert T Kiyosaki catalyzes your learning in a simplistic manner. Not in the jaw dropping theoretical analysis, but in the lucid and smooth manner of discussion is what that makes you familiar with this reader friendly financial literacy guide. “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” will help you reshape the way you think about what you do with your money. By the time you finish the book, you will be able to evaluate your own thoughts and habits surrounding money and determine what you will need to do differently to accumulate wealth. Robert Kiyosaki does a great job of helping you understand that rich people are rich because they buy assets that produce income. Poor people are poor because they accumulate liabilities and expenses. In order to become wealthy, you must spend money-accumulating income producing assets such as real estate, businesses, stocks and bonds. For anyone who plans to accumulate wealth, this book is a must read and that’s the point where the book wins its purpose. Kiyosaki narrates you his experience in company of two different persons, differentiated with respect to the financial condition, and this elaboration lets you understand the basics of the finance and the guidelines that will guide you towards a wealthy future. Finance is not a rocket science anyways and a little bit of common sense application regarding the investment decisions can gift you the economic leverage, so as to develop of your status. Yet again, the service from RightBooks.in excelled for you, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780446611091&Rich Dad Poor Dad is your link to visit.

The writer duo, Leviit and Duner, have introduced the term “Super Freakonomics” far from the usual concepts of Economics, deals with something that conventionally does not fit the theories of the sophisticated economics

Making you surprise is what that Super Freakonomics aims at. It throws you the questions that will make you think either the question-maker is crap, or the question itself is confusingly complicated enough. None is true, because everything has got its own explanations and the right side of the story is not necessarily matched with your side always. The writer duo Levitt and Dubner had earlier challenged your stereotyped way of thinking with their previous best-selling venture on Super Freakonomics and the sequel of it, called “Super Freakonomics: Global Cooling, Patriotic Prostitutes and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance” is here now. This time, this effort goes bolder, and attempts more unconventional manner, to bring you the facts that you had never considered to pay a thought at. RightBooks.in is ready with this Penguin Publication work for you through its ace and effective service parameters. Levitt and Dubner has mixed smart thinking and great storytelling like no one else, whether investigating a solution to global warming or explaining why the price of oral sex has fallen so drastically. By examining how people respond to incentives, they show the world for what it really is – good, bad and ugly, and in the final analysis, super freaky. While going through this book, every page offers you turns and twists and lands you into sheer surprising facts. Hardly you have ever bothered to think what's more dangerous, driving drunk or walking drunk? Can a sex change boost your salary? How is a street prostitute like a department store Santa? Why are doctors so bad at washing their hands? Did TV cause a rise in crime? What do hurricanes, heart attacks, and highway deaths have in common? Are people hard-wired for altruism or selfishness? Can eating kangaroo save the planet? Which adds more value: a pimp or a Realtor and numerous other smartly dealt facts that will leave you more than amazed. Just a visit to www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780713999914&Superfreakonomics Global Cooling, Patriotic Prostitutes and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance to get them all under a single hardcover.

After being inside “The Sunset Club” another classical from Khushwant Singh, you actually get a look back to your life that you have left behind

There is an unmatched feel that old age offers. The vibrant lifestyle that youth used to offer is gone now and the inevitable, called Death is on its slow, but definite steps. This is the time frame that offers an individual to take a re-look on the life that has gone past. The one that has gone can’t be restored anymore, but recalling them gives a feel that is unique on its own. Characters in the stuffs from Khushwant Singh have often got strikingly similarity with Singh himself and “The Sunset Club” is no exception either. Sardar Buta Singh, one of the three old mates who sit at the Lodhi Garden and celebrates the memory of their electrifying lifestyle in company of the triple “S”- Sex, Scotch and Scandal, will give you enough suspicions that the chracter is none other than Khushwant Singh himself. The other two, Pandit Preetam Sharma, Nawab Barkatulla Baig, both are in their eighties along with Singh, openly elaborates their youth and activities and you get a colorful narration of their lively life they used to lead. Chronologically speaking, this book deals with exactly twelve months of the daily conversation the three friends share with each other. The three are Sardar Boota Singh the self-confessed agnostic who still believes in God, Pandit Preetam Sharma – a Hindu in every single way and an Oxford graduate at that, being a former education minister, ironically is the most ignorant of the three and finally you are introduced to Nawab Barkatullah Dehlavi, who is a Pathan and is in good shape even in this age. He is a well-to-do man with a rich inheritance and has nothing to worry about. They discuss everything in that one-year from sex to politics, to constipation and the infirmities of old age to love and the poets and poems of years gone by. Each of the chapter starts with one new month and places the changing views of the three old men, who have been friends with each other since last forty years. Something mind blowing is not worth to define this RightBooks.in presentation; rather, an asset to your collection that the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780670085194&The%20Sunset%20Club will be giving you.

Salman Rushdie, perhaps the most noted and the most controversial author of the recent times, is now at RightBooks.in

If you are to name one single author from the recent times, famous for both valid and wrong reasons, it has to be Salman Rushdie. He is, perhaps the most controversial yet the most charming author to go through. Since his heartwarming The Midnight’s Children and the storming Satanic Verses, Rushdie has come along way. He has penned all the colors of life with elegance and RightBooks.in is proud to collect his literature picturesque works to stud your collections of quality books. It's a separate book genre at www.rightbooks.in for the Rushdie books only that RightBooks.in has arranged for you. It's the style of narrating the story with mastery over words and expression that Rushdie has excelled in. Consider The Moor’s Last Sigh, the one that defines roller coaster ride of an individual through the lifespan or the Fury, the one that describes the satanic traits within a human psychology and its outcomes or consider The Ground Beneath Her, the story of the music composing couple, which got separated with an accident and yet again, music, unites them. Besides the story of the people belonging to different segments of the society, Rushdie strikes the historical backdrop into his novels as well and Enchantress Florence, the story that revolves the love story in the background of Mughal dynasty is the perfect example of that. Even he has offerings for kids as well and works like Luka and the Fire of Life, Haroun and the sea of stories will surely make a good story experience to your kids. If you are fan of short stories, your visit to www.rightbooks.in brings on East West Stories, collections of the short stories written by him. Your browsing through www.rightbooks.in/Product_search.asp?cid=1&fc=2&fsr=Salman+Rushdie&pt=2 is incomplete without mentioning his novel of his life, called The Midnight’s Children. Just visit us to experience the writer of the modern times.

A proper and scientific pregnancy guide that every couple needs and just that Dr Firuza R. Parikh has resulted through “The Complete Guide to Becoming Pregnant”

You are married for quiet some time and both of you are considering to settle down. You want to increase the number of your family members, to be precise. Well, that’s the most beautiful feeling in your married life, to hold your own baby for the first time and seeing them growing up. Things are really something to cherish upon, only if you knew some fundamental things. While conceiving a baby, the test of infertility is what that is of most importance, but often you just ignore it. Sometimes the lack of knowledge and awareness, sometimes the inhibitions or sometimes the infertility factor comes into the scene to affect your sexual life drastically. Infertility is something that deserves all your attention and before you actually handle it, you should know it first. The guidebook called “The Complete Guide to Becoming Pregnant” by the country’s one of the best-known sex consultant and gynecology expert Dr Firuza R. Parikh is there to sort out and solve your problems. Infertility is something that you should be taking them just like any other disease and proper medication can cure it fast. If you sit and think about the possible causes of infertility, numerous things like heredity, lifestyle, lack of exposure, mental anxiety, physical disorder, old diseases or even the prolonged and abundant usage of contraceptive pills are responsible for the fertility disorders. A professional guidance is what that you need and this book gives you more than that. Dr. Parikh has scripted this work based on his vast experiences in this field and definitely this book is a must for you and your partner, if you wish to produce a healthy successor of yours. Written in a manner that makes things easy to understand for a non-medical background person, definitely this book is a perfect guidance for you to cover the A to Z of the pregnancy related issues. Yet again, the service from RightBooks.in pays for you, and the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788184001174&The%20Complete%20Guide%20to%20Becoming%20Pregnant is the link to click at.

Very few things can take the challenge of time like friendship and Khaled Hosseini, in his debut write up mission called “The Kite Runner”, showcases it with sheer brilliance

The story of “The Kite Runner” is not just about two kids staying in the suburbs of Afghanistan and their passion for kite fighting. It’s the narration of the country that is having the least economic development, torn by the civil war, ruled by the most fundamentalist Islamic rulers, simply in a state where people have least value for life. This work narrates you the culture and history of the country that were kept out f sight deliberately and only after the 9/11 incident, the rest of the world started showing it’s botheration towards this country, considering it as the breeding ground for terrorism. Khaled Hosseini efforts to change this kindest with this effort called “The Kite Runner”, and you get to know the Afghanistan through them the way like never before. It’s the story of the kid duo, Amir and Hassan. Both are just crazy about the kite fighting, and are regarded as the siblings to each other, rather than just friends. Well, only until destiny played its cards to test it and Amir miserably fails to pass the loyalty test. Amir had his own issue of proving his credibility before his father and he opts to sacrifice friendship with Hasan for that. The once best friends stay apart from each other, until the same destiny brings them together again. By that time, Ali got himself well settled in the US and the opportunity to settle the scores with Hassan was something that he hardly dreamt. Time has passed, so many things have changed, the once living worthy Afghanistan is now full of the war victims, and poverty has reached its all time peak; yet nothing has been strong enough to beat the spirit of friendship. Both Ali and Hassan, after a series of events realize the value of the core feeling that comprise the heart’s contents. A happy ending after everything and leaving you with the realization that it’s of no lesser importance to find a true friend than anything else and the spirit of humanity is something that is unbeatable. Watch out www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780747566533&The%20Kite%20Runner from RightBooks.in have this classical stuff.