The most awaited book of September has been released. I’m talking about The Elephant Catchers by Subroto Bagchi. The co founder of MindTree, Subroto has released five business books for young aspiring entrepreneur in quick succession. The Elephant Catchers will be his 6th and highly awaited book.

Many organizations, even those that may have a brilliant start, falter in their attempts to achieve transformational growth in their later phases.The book distils years of personal experience to serve as a guide to the organizations who falter and hit the glass ceiling in their attempts to grow. Written in six parts, the book deals with the idea of scale, dotted with numerous anecdotal instances and insights.
The Elephant Catchers by Subroto Bagchi Review

Next is The Longest Ride from one of my favorite author Nicolas Spark. He has a natural charisma for pain. I still remember my heart seething in pain while reading his novel A Walk To Remember. The Longest Ride also is full of melodrama is all set to release in September.

10 Judgements That Changed India by Zia Mody is another non fiction book due to release in September. Zia is India’s most respected lawyers and advising top CEOs on mergers and acquisitions or securities law. The book features 10 ground-breaking and pivotal judgments of the Supreme Court of India published for the first time in a reader-friendly manner. She has focused on topics of more general interest such as human rights, environmental jurisprudence, the right to life, custodial deaths, reservations Each judgment complemented by comprehensive backgrounder boxes/appendices/case studies/in-text information. The book will appeal to an array of readers lawmakers and law students, social commentators, those in political think tanks, media people, activist organizations, concerned citizens.

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Ritu Mantri

Ritu is an avid book reader. She also reviews books and have reviewed around 200+ books till date. Her target is to finish 1000 books.
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