This weekend, you should pick up three books.

List of books for you to read: We have a book of historical fiction, a poetry book, and a non-fiction book on our list for you to read.

Capture The Dream—The Many Lives of Captain C.P. Krishnan Nair

Capture The Dream—The Many Lives of Captain C.P. Krishnan Nair

When Bachi Karkaria talks about Captain C.P. Krishnan Nair, the man who started the Leela Palaces, Hotels, and Resorts, she does so in a way that combines a few too many puns with well-paced stories. The man from Kannur, Kerala, was in the army before he started working in the textile business and then in hospitality. He always asked his wife Leela for help and advice. People who read Karkaria’s account say that Nair, a man with unique charm, could work a room and use every connection to his advantage. Nair died a long time before she started her project. She talks to his sons, daughters-in-law, and other close friends and associates to tell the story of his life, which was very different from most people.

The Paris Bookseller: By Kerri Maher, Headline Publishing

The Paris Bookseller: By Kerri Maher, Headline Publishing

In her book, Kerri Maher tells the story of Sylvia Beach, the publisher, and founder of the famous Paris bookstore Shakespeare and Company. It is based on her life. It tells the story of Beach’s life. She was a nurse for the Red Cross during World War I, which took her from the US to Paris. She met Adrienne Monnier, who became her lover, and the store was opened in 1919. Literary stars like Ezra Pound and Ernest Hemingway show up, but the story is about the friendship that led to James Joyce’s Ulysses. Beach was the brave publisher of the book, and her store was the place where James Joyce wrote his best-known work. Even though it’s a little slow at times, this is a nice tribute to a great editor who saw, supported, and encouraged great writing.

Annus Horribilis: By Avinab Datta-Areng, Penguin

When you read this book of poetry, you won’t quickly become stone-faced about poetry. Each poem in Annus Horribilis is a quiet picture or painting. And Avinab Datta-Areng is the poet, photographer, painter, and critic, all in one person, all at the same time. When he talks, he paints a picture of a moment in time, making sure you see all the little things that might otherwise be missed. For example, he points out the quality of the light, and a person’s burden of history, which they carry quietly. The reader is shown how many things that aren’t visible cross a seemingly normal moment. “Datta-Areng” is a great name for the collection because it’s so personal, powerful, and poignant.

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