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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 »

The Sentimental Spy by Shri Krishna Shastri Devulapalli | Book Reviews

The Sentimental Spy by Shri Krishna Shastri Devulapalli | Book Reviews

As the title page says: “It’s a family-based-South-Indian-melodramatic-espionage-musical-revenge-saga starring Sonti Srinivasulu aka Agent SS 555 of the Indian Secret Service!” And the book truly delivers on this promise. Book Title : The Sentimental Spy Author(s) : Krishna Shastri Devulapalli Publishers : Juggernaut Books Published: (December 2016) # of Pages : 319 (EBook) What we liked best is that Indians are so often accused that we can’t take a joke on ourselves. This book flagrantly makes fun of everything we know to be excessive including the near worship like love that South Indians have for their film stars to the recent ... Read More »

City of Death by Abheek Barua | Book Reviews

City of Death by Abheek Barua | Book Reviews

We recently wrote about the Juggernaut App available for Indian readers. We just got an opportunity to read a new book published by Juggernaut called “City of Death”. Book Title : City Of Death Author : Abheek Barua Publisher : Juggernaut Published: (11 July 2016) # of Pages : 288 (Paperback) Purchase Link(s) : Buy this book from Amazon India A dysfunctional family, a ritual obsessed psychopathic killer, an able but disgraced cop, all let loose in a giant of a city – result? A fast paced, exciting thriller at best, a melodrama at worst. But, Abheek Barua‘s new book ... Read More »

Once upon a time in India: The Marvelous Adventures of Captain Corcoran by Alfred Assollant | Book Reviews

Once upon a time in India: The Marvelous Adventures of Captain Corcoran by Alfred Assollant | Book Reviews

There was a time when teenagers were fascinated by adventure stories that made a big chunk of their vacation reading, especially before internet made the world such a small place and made so many more options available. We have all been exposed to translated stories of Joules Verne, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Satyajit Rai (Feluda mysteries), and countless others during summer holidays. These stories do make a long-lasting impression on a growing mind and such was the case with French teenagers including well-known names of Jean-Paul Sartre and Antonio Gramsci. In their case the beloved hero was called Captain Corcoran ... Read More »