The Most Popular Fiction Books of 2016 by Indian Authors

“There is no doubt fiction makes a better job of the truth.”

-Doris Lessing


Hello guys, Amazon India has released the most popular books lists based on its customer votes. These books can be your bed time reads or over-a-cup-of-coffee reads and are extremely affordable. Here, I am listing the most popular fiction books of 2016 by Indian authors. Grab one for yourself! Enjoy the winter with a book and a cup of hot coffee or green tea (for health minders!).

#1 She Swiped Right into My Heart by Sudeep Nagarkar

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Love, relationship and friendships are not defined for our generation. The boundaries between them are often blurred and the result is often full of confusion and tears. ‘She swiped right into my heart’ by Sudeep Nagarkar is one such gripping tale of three friends who fall into the cobweb of emotions, love, heartbreak and betrayal. The road ahead is not easy. You do not want to lose your friend, but you cannot also lose the one you love. What will their lives lead into? Where is the fate taking them? Are they going to make some sense out of the situation or will they decide to never cross paths again? Geet is on a diverging road, which path will she choose? How her decision is going to affect the other two? The answer to these questions can only be found by reading ‘She swiped right into my heart’.

#2 One Indian Girl by Chetan Bhagat

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Hi, I’m Radhika Mehta and I’m getting married this week. I work at Goldman Sachs, an investment bank. Thank you for reading my story. However, let me warn you.

You may not like me too much. One, I make a lot of money. Two, I have an opinion on everything. Three, I have had a boyfriend before. OK, maybe two.

Now if all this was the case with a guy, one might be cool with it. But since I am a girl these three things I mentioned don’t really make me too likeable, do they?

#3 Everyone Has A Story by Savi Sharma

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Meera, a fledgling writer who is in search of a story that can touch millions of lives.
Vivaan, assistant branch manager at Citibank, who dreams of travelling the world.
Kabir, a café manager who desires something of his own. Nisha, the despondent café customer who keeps secrets of her own.
Everyone has their own story, but what happens when these four lives are woven together?
Pull up a chair in Kafe Kabir and watch them explore friendship and love, writing their own pages of life from the cosy café to the ends of the world.

#4 Our Impossible Love by Durjoy Datta

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A romantic bestseller, ‘Our Impossible Love’ is centered around the growing up years of a young Aisha, her journey of self-discovery as a woman and love. Our Impossible Loves explores human relationships in all their complexity, juxtaposing a man–woman relationship with a brother-sister love and that of gay love.
Durjoy Datta, a master craftsman at storytelling, has created characters in a urban setting that are easy to relate to, where achieving a balance between life, love and ambition is not always an easy task.

#5 This Love that Feels Right… by Ravinder Singh

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Life would have been easier had it been possible for us to plan falling in love; more importantly, avoid falling in love… ‘Love is not for you,’ she told herself. Inside, just like any girl, she desired to be loved. She had accepted her life the way it was, till one day love showed up unannounced, uninvited! That’s the thing with love. It doesn’t take permission. It’s in its very nature to gatecrash into our lives Standing face-to-face with love, she finds herself asking, ‘Is this love right?’ The answer is not simple. It never was… This intense love story will shake every belief you’ve ever had.


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