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Dancing Stars by Sujata Morab | Book Reviews

Dancing Stars by Sujata Morab | Book Reviews

We see a lot of fantasy fictions roaming in the book world these days. Readers seem to be attracted towards paranormal novels quite enthusiastically. The success of the Twilight book series is quite evident of the same. But, do you think someone can try mixing science, paranormal stuff, physics, astronomy, and astrology altogether and write a story which (in parts) is inspired by Mahabharata and other Indian mythologies? Debutante author Sujata Morab tried doing some in her maiden venture Dancing Strars. While the cover-page of the book look significant when you complete reading the book, it doesn’t give you the ... Read More »

Lankapati Ka Loktantra by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Reviews

Lankapati Ka Loktantra by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Reviews

Recently I got a chance to read a short Ebook named Lankapati Ka Loktantra (लंकापति का लोकतंत्र) by author Kamal Upadhyay on Juggernaut app. At ThinkerViews, we have talked about Juggernaut books in past and reviewed some of the books published by them. Book Title : Lankapati Ka Loktantra (लंकापति का लोकतंत्र) Author : Kamal Upadhyay Publisher : Juggernaut Books Published: (2017) # of Pages : 139 (Paperback) Purchase Link(s) : Buy From Juggernaut Books Lankapati Ka Loktantra, is comparatively a short book and importantly it is written in Hindi. Before we talk more about the book, let me tell ... Read More »

Mannu Rikshewala by Tuhin Harit | Book Reviews

Mannu Rikshewala by Tuhin Harit | Book Reviews

There are so many books published every month and not all of them are worth reading from everyone’s point of view. At the same time, some of them are loved by the masses and recognized globally. The commercial success of the book is really a necessary consequence for the author and the publisher. A book is a special type of creation which is the result of a long journey where the author is emotionally attached to the content and the characters. Reading a book takes one to the new world, the world of imagination. Our mind visualizes the nicely written ... Read More »

Bhoomija: Sita by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Bhoomija: Sita by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Anand Neelakantan is famous for visiting the popular mythological stuff from the other party’s perspective. Ramayana is written as Lord Rama’s story by sage Valmiki and carried forward in the same manner. Anand found that there are people in southern part of India who consider Ravana a diety. He even found a village where people worship Duryodhana, whom a majority of people consider the villain in Mahabharata epic, and hate him! These conflicting instances made him think that what could have been the stories if they were seen from the perspective of Ravana and Duryodhana. He thus came up with ... Read More »

RIP by Mukul Deva | Book Reviews

RIP by Mukul Deva | Book Reviews

Recently we got a chance to read a thriller named RIP (not – Rest In Peace – but – Resurgent Indian Patriots : 1) by author Mukul Deva. It was really a nice experience and here are our detailed views and reviews for the same. The book falls into the thriller category and despite being a crime thriller, just considering it a crime thriller is an injustice to the book. It is a combination of detective fiction, spy thriller and almost all the ingredients of a typical masala film. You can see it as a complete package for thriller lovers. ... Read More »

The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford | Book Reviews

The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford | Book Reviews

If you are an avid reader who loves to explore thrillers, murder mysteries and crime fiction, the chances are very rare that you haven’t heard about Agatha Christie. She is popularly known as the queen of crime (fictional works)! Agatha Christie’s own life had some mysterious phases too. Her sudden disappearance from public eyes and then reappearance (in 1928) is often considered as her mysterious hide-out. There are many real and fake stories about it are circulated in tabloids and newspaper those days. You can find some of them on Internet even today. Famous author Lindsay Jayne Ashford decided to ... Read More »