Your Reading List
Climate change is clearly an ongoing catastrophe, instead of a future concern. Read these four books to understand how and why it’s unfolding, and what needs to be done to
A Beauvoir Reading List: 4 Rare Books by Simone de Beauvoir You Must Read If You Like The Second Sex
Kunzum recommends four books by Beauvoir that shed light on the life of one of the greatest feminists of the 20th century. By Paridhi Badgotri “One is not born, but
Reese’s Reading List: Five Reese’s Book Club Picks That You Must Read If You Liked Where The Crawdads Sing
Reese Witherspoon’s book club is famous for its carefully picked female-centric novels. At Kunzum, we love Reese’s recommendations! Here are our favourites from Reese’s 2021-22 picks. By Paridhi Badgotri If
Bookshops and libraries are portals to a universe of infinite possibilities. It’s no wonder that books have been written about them. Here are five that will stay with you long
With the huge diversity of languages used in the Indian subcontinent, stories can often go under-read and under-acknowledged. This is where English translations offer us a portal into a land
Graphic novels are an exciting way to breathe new life into old stories. Kunzum recommends five graphic novels that will compel you to read the classics again. By Paridhi Badgotri
Reading poetry is a journey filled with imagination, sentiment, and lyrical expression. We list five diverse books from Kunzum’s immense collection that will help you get through whatever life throws
Kunzum recommends five short-story collections for those who love to read but have little time to spare. By Paridhi Badgotri The best thing about a short story is that it
Apart from being the capital of India, Delhi is a thriving hub of culture, history, and literature. Naturally, it has stirred many a creative mind over the years. Kunzum offers
As NASA crashes a spacecraft into an asteroid, a move right out of 1990s sci-fi, Kunzum launches a reading list of fiction that explores the realm of outer space. By
Browsing the Kunzum collection on a store visit, leadership coach and author of The Earned Life Marshall Goldsmith set aside five books everybody should read. By Jis James The famous
Most of the people I have met—including myself—slip out of themselves into other things—other beings, other religions, other nationalities, other genders. The borders that have been imposed on us are artificial. I’m not interested in a fanatic; I cannot write one—a person who believes one thing and totally disbelieves all others.
Onir didn’t want his autobiography to be just another Bollywood memoir rife with glamour and gossip but a tool to empower and educate marginalised communities. This reading list serves the same purpose.
Mention Stephen King and one of the first words that will come to most people’s minds is “horror.” And well, with good reason. Still, it seems to be quite a bit of a stretch to think of him writing a story for kids, right? Well, he did.
He was known as the master of wit. And was literally a quote generator. Hey, when asked if he had anything to declare by a customs official, the man famously said "Nothing but my genius."
Gillian Flynn made "domestic noir" a thing with Gone Girl. And ever since the normal household has become the setting for many thrillers. There are no great detectives or scheming villains - just your seemingly normal everyday family members dealing with seemingly normal everyday family issues.
One of the biggest challenges one faces while reading a book is coming across words and terms one does not understand. Of course, one can always consult a dictionary for meaning or dig out a reference ebook like an encyclopaedia or a Who’s Who or an atlas to find out more about a particular subject.
Time to pick up a book to read - but which one? Here is a list for 2021 for you - cutting across genres and selected since the beginning of mass publishing.
A new book by Paulo Coelho comes with a special sense of anticipation. And trepidation. For unlike most authors, the Brazilian has never allowed himself to be constrained by genre or style.
There is something magical about e-book readers (we will debate about e-books and paper books some other day). These portable devices allow you to store up to thousands of books
Euro 2020 might have come to an end, and football might have gone to Rome instead of coming ‘home’, but that does not mean that football is out of our lives. No way. Thanks to the wonderful world of books, football is literally a few pages away.