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The Well of Lost Plots By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

The Well of Lost Plots By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

We have decided to write two mini supplement articles for the Thursday – book series by author Jasper Fforde. In the series of two mini articles talking about books Lost In A Good Book and The Well of Lost Plots respectively, today we are going to give you brief information about The Well of Lost Plots, the third in the Thursday book series by Jasper Fforde. It is worth to note that both these book are written in continuity of The Eyre Affair. Book Title : The Well of Lost Plots Author : Jasper Fforde with Publishers : Hodder And ... Read More »

Radius 200 by Veena Nagpal | Book Reviews

Radius 200 by Veena Nagpal | Book Reviews

Veena Nagpal is an Indian author who loves reading, writing and photography. Regular readers of ThinkerViews already met her in this interview. Earlier we have reviewed her book The Uncommon Memories of Zeenat Qureishi. She is back with another venture named Radius 200. Book Title : Radius 200 Tagline: The story of a fragile love trapped in the crossfire between two nuclear nations warring over scarce water resources Author : VEENA NAGPAL Publishers : Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited Published: (23-April-2017) # of Pages : 223 Filesize: 1128KB (Kindle Edition) Purchase links: : http://amzn.to/2oGr5Mw The tagline says it’s “The story ... Read More »

3 and a Half Murders by Salil Desai | Book Reviews

3 and a Half Murders by Salil Desai | Book Reviews

Recently we got a chance to read 3 And A Half Murders, a police procedural setup in Indian environment by author Salil Desai. While there are some really fantastic detective fictions and adventure books already published in India, it is rare to see a police procedural set in Indian environment. So have decided to give it a read. And, we found the book definitely worth reading. Book Title : 3 and a Half Murders: An Inspector Saralkar Mystery Author : Salil Desai Publishers : Fingerprint! Publishing Published: (8 February 2017) # of Pages : 328 (Paperback) Purchase links: : http://amzn.to/2piaMWX ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | April 2017 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | April 2017 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest is one of the quality magazines we love to read on regular bases. It is not only full of quality articles but also contains some of the positive news from around the world. Though it contains a lot of advertisements, it is still one of the magazines worth to go for. April 2017 issue of Reader’s Digest (India Edition) is published quite on time and we in fact have completed reading it early this month; we however were busy with some other stuff, which delayed publishing this article. The cover page and the editorial: The cover page of ... Read More »

Lost In A Good Book By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

Lost In A Good Book By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

We have decided to write two mini supplement articles for the Thursday – book series by author Jasper Fforde. We have reviewed in detail, The Eyre Affair book by Jasper FForde, you can find it here. Book Title : Lost In A Good Book Author : Jasper Fforde with Publishers : Hodder And Stoughton Published: (18 July 2002) Viking Adult Published: (31 March 2003) Hodder & Stoughton – New Ed edition – Published: (1 May 2009) # of Pages : 384 (Paperback) 416 (Hardcover) 938 KB (Kindle Edition) [388 pages] How often have we all done this? At the end ... Read More »

The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali – Before the Beginning | First 2 Chapters | Views and Reviews

The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali – Before the Beginning | First 2 Chapters | Views and Reviews

The commercial success of Baahubali: The Beginning is well known amongst movie lovers. It was praised for the special effects so much and is one of the highest grossing movies. It encouraged S. S. Rajamauli to go ahead and come up with the sequel of the movie. Also the famous question “Why Kattappa killed Baahubali?” got so much famous that it is quoted even in almost all major events. This lead S. S. Rajamauli think about making a franchisee of Baahubali. He also thought that it is not possible to have everything in terms of film(s). And he also thought ... Read More »