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Winners Announced

Thank you for the participation! The contest is closed. The Man Booker prize 2013 winner is "The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton". Congratulations to all the partcipants who guessed it right.

And 4 lucky winners of this contest are(in descending order of points)...

  • Nikhil Sareen
  • Monimita Debburman
  • Ujwal Adiga
  • Harshit Malhotra

Congratulations winners !! Please email us your shipping address at We will be mailing you a copy of The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton.

The Man Booker Prize is the most popular international literary prize; sales of the winning novel, and even those of the shortlisted novels, increase significantly. This year's shortlist has been widely acknowledged as 'the best list in a decade'. Getting interested?

"Guess, who will be winner of Man Booker Prize and win a copy of winning book!"

What are the rules?

  • Multiple entries from the same person will not be accepted. Only the first entry will be considered valid
  • The contest is open till October 14th 2013. Entries made after that will not be considered valid
  • The winners will be declared on October 16th 2013

The top 6 nominees of 'Man Booker Prize' -

Review : The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri

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The Lowland sees Jhumpa Lahiri re-treading familiar ground with her usual skill. A satisfying read for her many fans, this book has just been shortlisted for the Man Booker prize. Read more...

Review : A Tale For The Time Being by Ruth Ozeki

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A pleasantly surprising read, A Tale for the Time Being may leave you confused at first, but its haunting beauty will steal up on you as you read on. Read more...

Review : Harvest by Jim Crace

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Harvest by Jim Crace, a contemporary British author, tells the story of the lives of villagers surrounding a remote farm and their struggle in adapting to changing times. Read more...

Review : The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton

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A 832-page masterpiece about a dead recluse, an enigmatic prostitute and a cast of characters as varied as they are well-drawn. Read more...

Review : The Testament Of Mary by Colm Toibin

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The Testament of Mary is a revisionist personal account of the infamous events that led to the crucifixion of Christ and how it affected the lives of people who saw it. The narrator is none other than Christ’s own mother. Read more...

Review : We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo

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A thought-provoking but somewhat heavy read, about a young girl transplanted from an African nation to the USA. Read more...