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    Updated on 31 Oct 2018. Posted on 16 Jul 2018

    Here Are The Books You Have Been Wanting To Buy, But Super Cheap

    You have no excuse but to grab these now before Prime Day ends.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page.

    Amazon Prime Day, the day when Amazon posts more deals than you could ever conceivably look through in a lifetime, is here.

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    This post is filled with all of the books that your friends have begged you to read or that you've had on your wishlist, but never got around to buying.

    Note: To get these deals you have to be a Prime member, so if you aren't already, sign up for ₹129 a month here.

    Like everything else on Amazon, all Prime Day deals are limited quantity and subject to rapid change.

    1. The entire Song Of Ice And Fire boxset by George R.R. Martin at 54% off.

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    While there's still some time before the final season of the TV series is out, you can catch up on the history of the characters via the equally popular book series.

    Price: ₹1,836

    2. Hogwarts Library i.e. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages and The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling at 50% off.

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    For any Potterhead who's missing these from their shelves, this is a goddamn catch to read up on the fascinating history of the wizarding world.

    Price: ₹775

    3. When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi at 50% off.

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    Kalanithi chronicles his life as a medical student, becoming a neurosurgeon, and his final days battling Stage IV metatastic lung cancer in this incredibly moving New York Times bestseller.

    Price: ₹300

    4. I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai at 50% off.

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    The young Nobel Peace Prize winner has had an origin story that is better than most fiction you will ever come across. Read more about her journey and her fight for girls' education in Pakistan.

    Price: ₹175

    5. Dreamers: How Young Indians Are Changing The World by Snigdha Poonam at 51% off.

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    India is one of the youngest countries in the world. Snigdha Poonam, in this book, speaks to the people that make the fabric of our population from across the spectrum. Whether they have political aspirations or entrepreneurial ones, their stories will be worth a read.

    Price: ₹292

    6. Unbreakable by M.C. Mary Kom at 52% off.

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    Olympic medalist Mary Kom has a story that was amazing enough to be made into a movie. But, here is her story in her own words. Know more about how the daughter of farmers grew up to put India's boxing skills on the map.

    Price: ₹96

    7. An Unsuitable Boy by Karan Johar at 54% off.

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    Karan Johar has always been known for his extravagant movies and over-the-top sets. His snark has been legendary. The book, however, is more about who the man behind the show really is.

    Price: ₹325

    8. I Do What I Do by Raghuram Rajan at 59% off.

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    The most popular RBI governor India has ever had penned a book about the state of India's economy, titled after his most popular quote.

    Price: ₹285

    9. Malgudi Schooldays by R.K. Narayan at 50% off.

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    Relive your childhood with these heartwarming stories about the fictional town of Malgudi created by R.K. Narayan. Or just gift them to a young one whose life you'll definitely be changing.

    Price: ₹125

    10. The God Of Small Things by Arundhati Roy at 53% off.

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    A moving tale of a brother and sister tied together by tragedy and the fear of a dysfunctional family that won Arundhati Roy the coveted Booker Prize. This is definitely one for the shelf.

    Price: ₹212

    11. The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous by Soha Ali Khan at 62% off.

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    Soha Ali Khan may have always been known as someone related to her father, her mother, or even her brother, but here she writes about her life as a sorta-famous celebrity with her classic intelligence.

    Price: ₹135

    12. Narcopolis by Jeet Thayil at 33% off.

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    Set over three decades, Thayil's gripping book on Mumbai's opium mafia will be an entertaining journey with interesting characters.

    Price: ₹268

    13. Wings Of Fire by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam at 54% off.

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    India's most beloved president and the mind behind India's missile mission wrote a story about his journey from a small village in Tamil Nadu to Rashtrapati Bhavan.

    Price: ₹173

    14. Poonachi Or The Story Of A Black Goat by Perumal Murugan at 62% off.

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    This is the story of a goat who carries the burden of being different all her life, of a she-goat who survives against the odds. It is equally an expression of solidarity with the animal world and the female condition.

    Price: ₹190

    15. The Complete Adventures of Feluda Vol. 1 by Satyajit Ray at 53% off.

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    If you've not read the adventures of the homegrown detective, then this is the best place to start. Gift this to someone who loves a gripping detective story, or just pick this classic up for yourself.

    Price: ₹235

    16. Train To Pakistan by Khushwant Singh at 50% off.

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    This historical novel is based on a fictional village called Mano Majra where Sikhs and Muslims have lived in harmony, till the Partition of 1947 tears them apart.

    Price: ₹125

    17. Mothering A Muslim by Nazia Erum at 52% off.

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    Nazia Erum, an entrepreneur, raising her child questions whether she should give her an Islamic name because they're Muslim or something neutral. She collects similar stories of Muslim mothers raising their children an increasingly bigoted world.

    Price: ₹193

    18. Baaz by Anuja Chauhan at 54% off.

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    Anuja Chauhan pens another romance, this time based in the Indian Air Force in 1971 with admirable leads and a story that is a tribute to our men in uniform.

    Price: ₹182

    19. Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry at 50% off.

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    Mistry's favourite subject, Mumbai, makes another appearance in this novel about the elderly Nariman Vakeel, who is now dependent on his family because of his Parkinson's Disease and a broken ankle. He turns to his younger daughter, Roxana, after his step-children refuse to adjust to his needs.

    Price: ₹400