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Attention Bibliophiles! Grab your favourite books for free!

Up to 100% cash back on the most awaited novels, exclusively at Landmark stores!

Mumbai, 1st August 2017: Ban the wait, bookworms! With the upcoming release of three exciting new books, Landmark Bookstores is organizing an exclusive opportunity to pre-order your copies! What’s more, customers availing the early bird scheme will receive up to 100% cash back through Landmark vouchers! The books available for pre-orders include ‘Turtles All The Way Down’ by John Green, ‘Origin’ by Dan Brown and ‘Hit Refresh’ by Satya Nadella.

‘Turtles All The Way Down’, is an upcoming novel by bestselling author, writer and producer John Green, his fifth solo novel and seventh release, overall. It is his first after the release of the critically acclaimed ‘The Fault in our Stars’ published in 2012. Priced at Rs. 599, the official launch date of the book is 10th October 2017.

Origin, a mystery thriller novel by Dan Brown releases on 3rd October 2017, priced at Rs. 799. It follows a series of bestsellers to the authors credit namely Digital Fortress, Angels and Demons, Da Vinci Code, Deception Point, The Lost Symbol and Inferno. Dan Brown’s novels have sold 200 million copies published in 56 languages.

A personal and professional account of his stint with Microsoft, CEO Satya Nadella ventures into the field of writing with his debut book ‘Hit Refresh’. Priced at Rs. 599, the book is slated for release on 26th September 2017.

So, hurry and place your order, before the books hit the stands!

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Landmark, a TATA Enterprise, is one of India’s largest leisure & entertainment retailer. With over 25 years of retail experience, Landmark is all about building a generation of well-informed people. Landmark’s focus has been on a wide & exciting assortment of merchandise across its core categories of Toys, Books, Stationery, Gaming, Travel & Gifting.  Landmark is a 100% subsidiary of Trent Limited, the retail arm of the Tata conglomerate; Landmark has 10 large format stores across 6 cities in India.