Books published by Da Capo Press at best prices | Best of Da Capo Press (34 books)

Ninety Percent Mental

Ninety Percent Mental

Former Major League pitcher and mental skills coach for two of baseball's legendary franchises (the Boston Red Sox and San Francisco Giants) Bob Tewksbury takes fans inside the psychology of baseball.

In Ninety Percent Mental, Bob Tewksbury shows readers a side of the game only he can provide, given his singular background as both a longtime MLB pitcher and a mental skills coach for two of the sport's most fabled franchises, the Boston Red Sox and San Francisco Giants. Fans watching the game on television or even at the stadium don't have access to the mind games a pitcher must play in order to get through an at-bat, an inning, a game. Tewksbury explores the fascinating psychology behind baseball, such as how players use techniques of imagery, self-awareness, and strategic thinking to maximize performance, and how a pitcher's strategy changes throughout a game. He also offers an in-depth look into some of baseball's most monumental moments and intimate anecdotes from a "who's who" of the game, including legendary players who Tewksbury played with and against (such as Mark McGwire, Craig Biggio, and Greg Maddux), game-changing managers and executives (Joe Torre, Bruce Bochy, Brian Sabean), and current star players (Jon Lester, Anthony Rizzo, Andrew Miller, Rich Hill).

With Tewksbury's esoteric knowledge as a thinking-fan's player and his expertise as a "baseball whisperer", this entertaining book is perfect for any fan who wants to see the game in a way he or she has never seen it before. Ninety Percent Mental will deliver an unprecedented look at the mound games and mind games of Major League Baseball.

No Is a Four-Letter Word: How I Failed Spelling but Succeeded in Life

No Is a Four-Letter Word: How I Failed Spelling but Succeeded in Life

New York Times bestselling author and six-time WWE champion Chris Jericho shares 20 of his most valuable lessons for achieving your goals and living the life you want.

Chris Jericho has known what he wanted out of life since he was a teenager: to be a pro wrestler and to be in a Rock 'n' roll band. Most of his high school friends felt that he lacked the Tools necessary to get into either, but Chris believed in himself. With the wise words of Master Yoda echoing through his head ("Do or do not. There is no try."), he made it happen. As a result, Chris has spent a lifetime doing instead of merely trying, managing to achieve his dreams while learning dozens of invaluable lessons along the way.

No Is a Four-Letter Word distills more than two decades of showbiz wisdom and Advice into twenty easy-to-carry chapters, including:
  • Developing a strong Work ethic thanks to WWE chairman Vince McMahon,
  • Remembering to always look like a star from Gene Simmons of KISS,
  • Learning to let it go when the America's Funniest Home Videos hosting gig goes to his rival,
  • Adopting a sense of perpetual reinvention from the late David Bowie,
  • Making sure to sell himself like his NHL-legend father Ted Irvine taught him, and
  • Going the extra mile to meet Keith Richards (with an assist from Jimmy Fallon).

Now, in the hopes that those same principles might help and inspire his legions of fans, Chris has decided to share them while recounting the fantastic and hilarious stories that led to the birth of these rules. The result is a fun, entertaining, practical, and inspiring book from the man with many Scarves but only one drive: to be the best. After reading No Is a Four-Letter Word, you'll discover that you might have what it takes to succeed as well...you just need to get out there and do it. That's what Jericho would do.

Rs. 5110.0

Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the West

Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the West

A Sweeping History of the often-violent conflict between Islam and the West, shedding a revealing light on current hostilities

The West and Islam--the sword and scimitar--have clashed since the mid-seventh century, when, according to Muslim tradition, the Roman emperor rejected Prophet Muhammad's order to abandon Christianity and convert to Islam, unleashing a centuries-long jihad on Christendom.

Sword and Scimitar chronicles the decisive battles that arose from this ages-old Islamic jihad, beginning with the first major Islamic attack on Christian land in 636, through the Muslim occupation of nearly three-quarters of Christendom which prompted the Crusades, followed by renewed Muslim conquests by Turks and Tatars, to the European colonization of the Muslim World in the 1800s, when Islam largely went on the retreat--until its reemergence in recent times. Using original sources in Arabic and Greek, preeminent historian Raymond Ibrahim describes each battle in vivid detail and explains how these wars and the larger Historical currents of the age reflect the cultural fault lines between Islam and the West.

The majority of these landmark battles--including the battles of Yarmuk, Tours, Manzikert, the sieges at Constantinople and Vienna, and the crusades in Syria and Spain--are now forgotten or considered inconsequential. Yet today, as the West faces a resurgence of this enduring Islamic jihad, Sword and Scimitar provides the needed Historical context to understand the current relationship between the West and the Islamic world--and why the Islamic State is merely the latest chapter of an old history.

Rs. 1719.0

1983: Reagan, Andropov, and a World on the Brink

1983: Reagan, Andropov, and a World on the Brink

A riveting, real-life thriller about 1983--the year tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union nearly brought the World to the point of nuclear Armageddon

The year 1983 was an extremely dangerous one--more dangerous than 1962, the year of the Cuban Missile Crisis. In the United States, President Reagan vastly increased defense spending, described the Soviet Union as an "evil empire," and launched the "Star Wars" Strategic Defense Initiative to shield the country from incoming missiles. Seeing all this, Yuri Andropov, the paranoid Soviet leader, became convinced that the US really meant to attack the Soviet Union and he put the KGB on high alert, looking for signs of an imminent nuclear attack.

When a Soviet plane shot down a Korean civilian jet, Reagan described it as "a Crime against humanity." And Moscow grew increasingly concerned about America's language and behavior. Would they attack? The temperature rose fast. In November the West launched a wargame exercise, codenamed "Abel Archer," that looked to the Soviets like the real thing. With Andropov's finger inching ever closer to the nuclear button, the World was truly on the brink.

This is an extraordinary and largely unknown Cold War story of spies and double agents, of missiles being readied, intelligence failures, misunderstandings, and the panic of World leaders. With access to hundreds of astonishing new documents, Taylor Downing tells for the first Time the gripping but true story of how near the World came to nuclear war in 1983.

Rs. 1531.0

Your Genetic Destiny: Know Your Genes, Secure Your Health, Save Your Life

Your Genetic Destiny: Know Your Genes, Secure Your Health, Save Your Life

Much in the news, inherited disease and genetic testing are complex and confusing Issues that leave most asking: "So, what can I do with this promising information?" A powerfully helpful and authoritative guide, Your Genetic Destiny has the answers. From what tests to have taken, what the results mean, and when further genetic Counseling is in order; from what foods to avoid to which medications to take and what other medical options are available, world-renowned geneticist Aubrey Milunsky demonstrates how knowledge of our genetic makeup can save our lives. Covering heart disease, hypertension, cancer, diabetes, mental illness, Alzheimer's disease, obesity, longevity, and infertility, Your Genetic Destiny is the most comprehensive, compassionate, and informed guide available for all concerned about the risks of inherited disease.

Rs. 2487.82

To the Edge and Back: My Story from Organ Transplant Survivor to Olympic Snowboarder

To the Edge and Back: My Story from Organ Transplant Survivor to Olympic Snowboarder

Displaying faith, courage, and perseverance, snowboard racer Chris Klug battled for years to have his "extreme" Sport accepted in the mainstream. He rose through the World Cup ranks and won a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics less than two years after undergoing a lifesaving liver transplant. Not since Lance Armstrong's It's Not About the Bike has a stricken athlete's story been as poised to transcend the sport. In 1996, during snowboarding's World Cup season, Chris was diagnosed with primary sclerosing cholangitis,the same disease that would cause the Death of his childhood hero, Football great Walter Payton. His four-year wait for a donor came to an end when his rapidly failing liver prompted doctors to move him up on the transplant list. With the shooting Death of a thirteen-year-old boy, Chris was given the organ that gave him a second chance at life. From his youth as a high school Football hero, to his campaign for snowboarding's acceptance, and through surgery, recovery, and Olympic glory, every setback and victory in Chris Klug's ride is riveting. To the Edge and Back will be cherished as a story of an athlete who represents the best of the human spirit.

Rs. 806.35

My Damage

My Damage

Keith Morris is a true punk icon. Over the course of his forty-year career with Black Flag, the Circle Jerks, and OFF!, he's battled diabetes, drug and alcohol addiction, and the record industry...and he's still going strong. More than a book about the highs and lows of a punk Rock legend, My Damage is a story from the perspective of someone who has shared the stage with just about every major figure in the Music industry and has appeared in cult films like The Decline of Western Civilization and Repo Man. A true Hollywood tale from an L.A. native, My Damage reveals the story of Morris's streets, his scene, and his music--as only he can tell it.

Raging Bull

Raging Bull

Meet Jake La Motta: thief, rapist, killer. Raised in the Bronx slums, he fought on the streets, got sent to reform school, and served Time in prison. Trusting no one, slugging everyone, he beat his wife, his best friends, even the mobsters who kept the title just out of reach. But the same forces that made him a criminal—fear, rage, jealousy, self-hate, guilt—combined with his drive and intelligence to make him a winner in the ring. At age twenty-seven, after eight years of fighting, he became Middleweight Champion of the World, a hero to thousands. Then, at the peak of success, he fell apart and began a swift, harrowing descent into nightmare. Raging Bull, the Bronx Bull's brutally candid memoir, tells it all—fights, jails, sex, money—surpassing, in hard-hitting prose, even the movie that immortalized it.

Teach Your Own: The John Holt Book Of Homeschooling

Teach Your Own: The John Holt Book Of Homeschooling

Today more than one and a half million Children are being taught at Home by their own parents. In this expanded edition of the book that helped launch the whole movement, Pat Farenga has distilled John Holt's timeless understanding of the ways Children come to understand the World and added up-to-the-moment practical advice. Rather than proposing that parents turn their homes into miniature schools, Holt and Farenga demonstrate how ordinary parents can help Children grow as social, active learners. Chapters on living with children, "serious play," Children and work, and learning difficulties will be of Interest to all parents, whether Home schooling or not, as well as to teachers. This new edition is supplemented with Financial and legal Advice as well as a guide to cooperating with schools and facing the common objections to Home schooling. Teach Your Own not only has all the vital information necessary to be the bible for parents teaching their own children, it also conveys John Holt's wise and passionate belief in every child's ability to learn from the World that has made his wonderful Books into enduring classics.

Everest: Alone at the Summit (Adrenaline)

Everest: Alone at the Summit (Adrenaline)

Every day, the path up the South Col route to the summit of Everest becomes a little more worn by the tread of dozens of package-tour climbers, but few dare to try the East, or Kangshung, Face, a sheer, avalanche-swept Wall of snow and ice only first conquered in 1983. Five years later, Stephen Venables intensified the challenge by leading three unknown American climbers up the East Face - this Time without oxygen. The question to most Climbing experts wasn't whether they would summit, but whether they would live. They nearly didn't Everest: Alone at the Summit is Venables' rousing account of one of the greatest feats of twentieth century mountaineering, a triumph over doubt, the elements and the limits of human endurance that has never been repeated. "Climbers or not, all will be interested in this mountaineering thriller of a tiny band pulling off an incredible victory-an account so stirring it will be put down only to obtain a moment's breather." - American Alpine Journal

Rs. 1092.0

The Unexpected President

The Unexpected President

Nobody expected the vice president, a New York political hack, to be president. And after President James A. Garfield was shot in 1881, nobody expected Chester A. Arthur to become a strong and effective president, a courageous anti-corruption reformer, and an early Civil Rights advocate. And yet...

Despite his promising start as a young man, by his early fifties Chester A. Arthur was known as the crooked crony of New York machine boss Roscoe Conkling. For years Arthur had been perceived as unfit to govern, not only by critics and the vast majority of his fellow citizens but by his own conscience. As President James A. Garfield struggled for his life, Arthur knew better than his detractors that he failed to meet the high standard a president must uphold.

And yet, from the moment President Arthur took office, he proved to be not just honest but brave, going up against the very forces that had controlled him for decades. He surprised everyone--and gained many enemies--when he swept house and took on corruption, Civil Rights for blacks, and Issues of land for Native Americans.

A mysterious young woman deserves much of the credit for Arthur's remarkable transformation. Julia Sand, a bedridden New Yorker, wrote Arthur nearly two dozen letters urging him to put country over party, to find "the spark of true nobility" that lay within him. At a Time when Women were barred from political life, Sand's letters inspired Arthur to transcend his checkered past--and changed the course of American history.

This beautifully written Biography tells the dramatic, untold story of a virtually forgotten American president. It is the tale of a machine politician and man-about-town in Gilded Age New York who stumbled into the highest office in the land, only to rediscover his better self when his nation needed him.

Rs. 1247.73

America 51

America 51

A skewering of the American underbelly by the New York Times bestselling author of Seven Deadly Sins, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven, and You're Making Me Hate You

The always-outspoken hard Rock vocalist Corey Taylor begins America 51 with a reflection on what his itinerant youth and frequent worldwide travels with his multiplatinum Bands Slipknot and Stone Sour have taught him about what it means to be an American in an increasingly unstable world. He examines the way America sees itself, specifically with regard to the propaganda surrounding America's origins (like a heavy-metal Howard Zinn), while also celebrating the quirks and behavior that make a true-blue American. Taylor likewise takes a look at how the World views us, and his findings should come as a surprise to no one. But behind Taylor's ranting and raving is a thoughtful and intelligent consideration, and even a sadness, of what America is compared to what it could and should be.

Expertly balancing humor, outrage, and disbelief, Taylor examines the rotting core of America, evaluating everything from Politics and race relations to modern Family dynamics, millennials, and "man buns." No element of what constitutes America is safe from his adept and scathing eye. Continuing the wave of moral outrage begun in You're Making Me Hate You, Taylor flawlessly skewers Contemporary America in his own signature style.

Rs. 1129.0

River Monsters: True Stories of the Ones that Didn't Get Away

River Monsters: True Stories of the Ones that Didn't Get Away

Called the greatest angling explorer of his generation" ( Independent on Sunday ), Jeremy Wade takes viewers where no wildlife program has gone before. Now Wade goes truly beneath the surface, disclosing full details of how he catches each species and recounting the off-camera highlights of his extraordinary life. From his arrest as a suspected spy in Southeast Asia to a plane crash in the rainforest, every page of the Wall Street Journal bestseller River Monsters is packed with adventure. From the heart of the Congo to the depths of the Amazon, Wade reels in fish of staggering proportions and terrifying demeanor for an unforgettable read.

Rs. 909.55

Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified

Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified

Over six million Americans suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), a chronic, disabling Psychiatric condition that causes extreme instability in their emotional lives, behavior, and self-image, and severely impacts their Family and friends. In Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified, Dr. Robert Friedel, a leading expert in BPD and a pioneer in its treatment, has turned his vast Personal experience into a useful and supportive guide for everyone living with and seeking to understand this condition. Friedel helps Readers grasp the etiology of Borderline Personality Disorder, the course it takes, the difficulties in diagnosing it, the types of treatment available, strategies for coping, and much more. Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified is an invaluable resource for everyone diagnosed with BPD, those who think they might have the illness, and friends and Family who love and support them.

Rs. 618.33

The Power of Play

The Power of Play

Today's parents often worry that their Children will be at a disadvantage if they are not engaged in constant learning, but child development expert David Elkind reassures us that imaginative play goes far to prepare Children for academic and social success. Through expert analysis of the Research and powerful examples, Elkind shows how creative, spontaneous play fosters healthy mental and social development and sets the stage for academic learning in the first place. An important contribution to the Literature about how Children learn, The Power of Play restores play's respected place in Children's lives and encourages parents to trust their instincts to stay away from many of the dubious educational Products on the market.

Rs. 755.45

Submarine Warfare In The Civil War

Submarine Warfare In The Civil War

Many People have heard of the Hunley, the experimental Confederate submarine that sank the USS Housatonic in a daring nighttime operation. Less well known, however, is that the Hunley was not alone under the waters of America during the Civil War. Both the Union and Confederacy built a wide and incredible array of vessels that could maneuver underwater, and many were put to use patrolling enemy waters. In Submarine Warfare in the Civil War, Mark Ragan, who spent years mining factory records and log books, brings this little-known History to the surface.The hardcover edition, Union and Confederate Submarine Warfare in the Civil War, was published to wide acclaim in 1999. For this new paperback edition, Ragan has revised and updated the text to include the full story of the Hunley's recovery and restoration.

Rs. 1038.0

Lance: The Making of the World’s Greatest Champion

Lance: The Making of the World’s Greatest Champion

No champion has astonished the World quite like Lance Armstrong. A cancer survivor who went on to win the Tour de France an unprecedented seven times, he is an inspiration to millions. Yet few know the complete story of this brash, smart, and fiercely competitive Texan who battled to the top of his sport, overcame the most rampant case of testicular cancer doctors had seen, and then conquered cycling’s Holy Grail Time after time. In Lance: The Making of the World’s Greatest Champion, John Wilcockson draws on dozens of interviews with those who know him best to trace Armstrong’s remarkable, yet controversial journey in vivid detail.

Family members—including his adoptive father speaking publicly for the first time—recall Lance’s humble origins in the backstreets of Dallas, the father he barely knew, his single mom’s struggle for survival, and her second marriage that brought a move to the suburbs and new opportunities. His childhood friends and early mentors remember how he moved on from Little League Baseball and Football to excel at swimming, running, and triathlon, while living the life of a teenager who loved fast cars and pretty girls. They also describe the circumstances that eventually led to his taking up cycling.

As Lance’s fierce ambition drove him from the dusty plains of Texas to the snowy peaks of Europe, he was both admired and derided. He intimidated his rivals, earned the respect of his teammates, and astounded everyone with his extraordinary deeds. But his achievements have consistently been dogged by allegations of doping and secrecy, and questions of how triumph on such a grand scale could even be possible.

So how did Lance become the supreme champion of his sport? He didn’t do it alone. His compelling story is intertwined with the stories of those who helped shape his life and career, including his mother Linda, ex-wife Kristin, and one-time fiancée Sheryl Crow, along with those of his mentors, coaches, and friends. Their voices, along with those who helped him expand his cancer foundation into a worldwide movement, are integral to his unique story. Lance also reveals details, many for the first time, of how Armstrong’s legendary training, near-fatal bout with cancer, repeated doping allegations, and hostile European media all pushed him to reach the pinnacle of his Sport and rightly claim the title of the world’s greatest champion.

No Is a Four-Letter Word

No Is a Four-Letter Word

Inspirational book by Wrestling champion and three-time New York Times bestselling author Chris Jericho, with a foreword by Paul Stanley

Written in Chris Jericho's trademark style-jam-packed with ridiculous stories and hilarious references-No Is a Four Letter Word is organized around twenty-two principles on what it takes to make it to the top of your field, featuring stories from legends and influencers along the way. Whether it's discovering how to make any situation Work (like when Jericho bargained with Vince McMahon for the chance to meet Keith Richards...with an assist from Jimmy Fallon); spending money to make money (like when he doled out tens of thousands of dollars on his trademark light-up Jackets because that's what KISS would do), or learning from his NHL-legend father to always sell himself, Jericho guides Readers on his journey up success's ladder and shows them how they can apply these principles in their own lives.

Saladin: The Sultan Who Vanquished the Crusaders and Built an Islamic Empire

Saladin: The Sultan Who Vanquished the Crusaders and Built an Islamic Empire

Saladin remains one of the most iconic Figures of his age. As the man who united the Arabs and saved Islam from Christian crusaders in the twelfth century, he is the Islamic world's preeminent hero. A ruthless defender of his faith and brilliant leader, he also possessed qualities that won admiration from his Christian foes.

But Saladin is far more than a Historical hero. Builder, Literary patron, and theologian, he is a man for all times, and a symbol of hope for an Arab World once again divided. Centuries after his death, in cities from Damascus to Cairo and beyond, to the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf, Saladin continues to be an immensely potent symbol of Religious and Military resistance to the West. He is central to Arab memories, sensibilities, and the ideal of a unified Islamic state.

John Man charts Saladin's rise to power, his struggle to unify the warring factions of his faith, and his battles to retake Jerusalem and expel Christian influence from Arab lands. Saladin explores the life and enduring legacy of this champion of Islam while examining his significance for the World today.

Rs. 1150.1

Somatics: Reawakening The Mind's Control Of Movement, Flexibility, And Health

Somatics: Reawakening The Mind's Control Of Movement, Flexibility, And Health

In the Revolutionary Somatics , Thomas Hanna demonstrates that so many problems we accept as inevitable over time-chronic stiffness, bad back, chronic pain, fatigue, and even high blood pressure -need never occur if we maintain conscious control of nerve and muscle, a state which Hanna calls sensory-motor awareness. This gentle, lifelong program can help almost anyone maintain the pleasures of a supple, healthy body indefinitely, with only a five-minute routine once a day.

Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports

Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports

In 1967, Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to officially run what was then the all–male Boston Marathon, infuriating one of the event's directors who attempted to violently eject her. In one of the most iconic Sports moments, Switzer escaped and finished the race. She made history—and is poised to do it again on the fiftieth anniversary of that initial race, when she will run the 2017 Boston Marathon at age 70. Now a spokesperson for Reebok, Switzer is also the founder of 261 Fearless, a foundation dedicated to creating Opportunities for Women on all fronts, as this groundbreaking Sports hero has done throughout her life.

“Kathrine Switzer is the Susan B. Anthony of Women's marathoning.”—Joan Benoit Samuelson, first Olympic gold medalist in the Women's marathon

Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos

Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos

An awe-inspiring, unforgettable journey of Scientific exploration from Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw, the international bestselling authors of Why Does E=MC2? and The Quantum Universe, with 55 black-&-white and 45 full-color pages featuring photographs, diagrams, maps, tables, and graphs

We dare to imagine a Time before the Big Bang, when the entire universe was compressed into a space smaller than an atom. And now, as Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw show, we can do more than imagine: we can understand.

Universal takes us on an epic journey of Scientific exploration. It reveals how we can all come to grips with some of the most fundamental questions about our Earth, Sun, and Solar system--and the star-filled galaxies beyond. How big is our Solar system? How quickly is space expanding? How big is the universe? What is it made of? Some of these questions can be answered on the basis of observations you can make in your own backyard. Other answers draw on the astonishing information now being gathered by teams of astronomers operating at the frontiers of the known universe.

At the heart of all this lies the Scientific method. Science reveals a deeper Beauty and connects us to each other, to our world, and to our universe. Science reaches out into the unknown. As Universal demonstrates, if we dare to imagine, we can do the same.

Rs. 1378.0

Howard Hughes: The Untold Story

Howard Hughes: The Untold Story

Howard Hughes was one of the most amazing, intriguing, and controversial Figures of the twentieth century. He was the billionaire head of a giant corporation, a genius inventor, an ace pilot, a matinee-idol-handsome playboy, a major movie maker who bedded a long list of Hollywood glamour queens, a sexual sultan with a harem of teenage consorts, a political insider with intimate ties to Watergate, a Las Vegas kingpin, and ultimately a bizarre recluse whose final years and shocking Death were cloaked in macabre mystery. Now he is the subject of Martin Scorsese's biopic The Aviator. Few People have been able to penetrate the Wall of secrecy that enshrouded this complex man. In this fascinating, revelation-packed biography, the full story of one of the most daring, enigmatic, and reclusive power brokers America has ever known is finally told.

Capone: The Life and World of Al Capone

Capone: The Life and World of Al Capone

The public called him Scarface; the FBI called him Public Enemy Number One; his associates called him Snorky. But Capone is the name most remember. And John Kobler's Capone is the definitive Biography of this most brutal and flamboyant of the underground kings—an intimate and dramatic book that presents a complete view of Al Capone and his gaudy era. Here is Capone's story: his violent childhood in Brooklyn, his lieutenancy to Johnny Torrio, his rise in the ranks of the underworld, the notorious St. Valentine Massacre, his eventual control of the entire city of Chicago, and his decline during his imprisonment in Alcatraz. Capone was the ultimate gangster, and Capone is the ultimate in gangster biographies—a classic in the Literature of crime.

Rs. 1003.0

Books published by Da Capo Press at best prices | Best of Da Capo Press (34 books)

Books published by Da Capo Press at best prices | Best of Da Capo Press (34 books) Price
Ninety Percent Mental Rs. 958.0
No Is a Four-Letter Word: How I Failed Spelling but Succeeded in Life Rs. 5110.0
Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the West Rs. 1719.0
1983: Reagan, Andropov, and a World on the Brink Rs. 1531.0
Your Genetic Destiny: Know Your Genes, Secure Your Health, Save Your Life Rs. 2487.82
To the Edge and Back: My Story from Organ Transplant Survivor to Olympic Snowboarder Rs. 806.35
My Damage Rs. 742.0
Raging Bull Rs. 898.0
Teach Your Own: The John Holt Book Of Homeschooling Rs. 854.0
Everest: Alone at the Summit (Adrenaline) Rs. 1092.0
The Unexpected President Rs. 1247.73
America 51 Rs. 1129.0
River Monsters: True Stories of the Ones that Didn't Get Away Rs. 909.55
Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified Rs. 618.33
The Power of Play Rs. 755.45
Submarine Warfare In The Civil War Rs. 1038.0
Lance: The Making of the World’s Greatest Champion Rs. 375.0
No Is a Four-Letter Word Rs. 978.0
Saladin: The Sultan Who Vanquished the Crusaders and Built an Islamic Empire Rs. 1150.1
Somatics: Reawakening The Mind's Control Of Movement, Flexibility, And Health Rs. 556.0
Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports Rs. 558.0
Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos Rs. 1378.0
Howard Hughes: The Untold Story Rs. 868.0
Capone: The Life and World of Al Capone Rs. 1003.0

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