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The Vanquishers by Kalynn Bayron | Book Review

The Vanquishers by Kalynn Bayron | Book Cover

Storytelling is inseparable part of childhood. These are the oldest medium through which parents and caregivers have passed on moral teachings, historical tales and entertaining fantasies to young minds. In modern era, with so much access to information from young age, it is even more important that we provide balanced outlooks for social changes to our next generation. Author Kalynn ... Read More »

Chinaman by Shehan Karunatilaka | Book Review

Chinaman by Shehan Karunatilaka | Book Review

Author Shehan Karunatilaka won the 2022 Booker prize for his second book Seven Moons of Maali Almeida and this would have led to increased recognition and readership. We read this book and published our review of the same here at Thinkerviews. Since we enjoyed the writing, we decided to read his other works and found his first published novel Chinaman. ... Read More »

The Valleys of the Assassins by Freya Stark | Book Review

The Valleys of the Assassins by Freya Stark | Book Cover

Modes of travel have changed drastically over centuries and in today’s jet-setting age you could be visiting remote corners of the earth in a matter of days. But there was a time that journeys to remote places and cultures came with lots of unknown and the travel memoirs from those times have become cherished pieces of historical records of ancient ... Read More »

Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks | Book Review

Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks | Book Cover

There was a time when computers and word processors were not around. Instead, an old-fashioned, sturdy, mechanical typewriter was essential to the writers and authors working in all areas – from personal correspondence to newspapers to our beloved books. Learning shorthand and typewriting was also amongst the very first few skills that opened doors for women towards respectable, paid employment ... Read More »

The Fine Art of Uncanny Prediction by Robert Goddard | Book Review

The Fine Art of Uncanny Prediction by Robert Goddard | Book Cover

The readers of layered, complicated mysteries are familiar with author Robert Goddard’s works which have been tantalising readers for many years now. He takes on secrets, myths, rumours and conspiracy theories and weaves those into thrilling reads with characters chasing shadows and danger. In 2020, he started a new series which is almost a merger of his thrillers with classic ... Read More »

Independence by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Review

Independence by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Cover

Author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni has been loved by readers for decades now for her lovely stories featuring women from the worlds old and new. Her books feature journeys of discovery for her characters as they search for their roots as well as their dreams. Here, at Thinkerviews platform we have reviewed following books from this author: Mistress of Spices Arranged ... Read More »

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