Treasures of the Delhi Book Fair 2016 {Book Haul}

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India’s capital opened its doors to the 22nd Delhi Book Fair on August 27, bringing in a rush of excitement among the Delhiites. With stalls piled with layers of books at the cheapest rates, bookworms could be found declaring this experience a paradise. For Paper Prancer, it was a dream finally lived.

Trudging about the Fair with a group of loved ones, Paper Prancer managed to procure more that 40 books. Here’s a list of some of the best treasures in the loot {in no particular order}:

  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland- Lewis Carol (Macmillian 150 year edition and Great Writers Library Hardbound)
  • Wordsworth classic second-hand copies of – Grimm’s Fairy Tales, The Little Prince and The Jungle book
  • Life of Pi by Yann Martel (World Book Night 2011 edition)
  • The Selected Poems of Walt Whitmann (Walter J Black Inc. Roslyn, NY)
  • The Case Of The Missing Moonstone by Jordan Straford (Penguin Random House, UK, 2015)
  • The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe by Douglas Adams [Hitchhiker’s Guide II] (Pan Books, 2009)
  • Lorna Doone by RD Blackmore (Reader’s Digest Association Ltd., 1995; hardbound and illustrated)
  • The Irish Witch by Dannis Wheatley (Heron Books; Hutchinson and Co., 1975; hardbound and illustrated)
  • Collected Works of Agatha Christie (Heron Books; William Collins Sons & Co Ltd, 1978; hardbound & illustrated)
  • Collection of Stories- Vol II- by Anton Chekov (Hutchinson Publishing, hardbound and illustrated)
  • Thanks For The Memories and The Book Of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern (Harper Collins)

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Each book is a beauty in its own and together they make a magical collection. Paper Prancer will be reviewing each book separately over the weeks to come. Be sure to check it out! (Each title will be linked through this page)

The Book Fair in Delhi will be held from 27 August till September 4. A must-visit destination for all Delhi-NCR based bookworms. Comment below on your thoughts on the book fair.

Mischief Managed! 😉

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