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The Tiniest House of Time by Sreedhevi Iyer | Book Review

The Tiniest House of Time by Sreedhevi Iyer | Book Cover

While reading entertaining books is a great way to relieve stresses of the daily life, reading stories from different countries and different cultures is essential to understand the flows of history as well as our own time. People move and generations change, but we have all heard the cliché that history repeats itself. Is that because no matter where they ... Read More »

Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi | Book Review

Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi | Book Cover

Literature is a mirror where we see ourselves – both for better and worse, where we reflect upon our strengths and our insecurities, where we change established notions and sometimes ask the difficult questions which are generally considered taboo in real life. Author Avni Doshi’s debut book Burnt Sugar – Published as the Girl in White Cotton  – in India ... Read More »

Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri | Book Review

Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri | Book Cover

Jhumpa Lahiri is a celebrated writer of critically acclaimed and loved books including The Namesake, Unaccustomed Earth, Interpreter of Maladies and the Lowland. Charting a path on cultural relocations, she herself moved to Rome a few years ago and adopted Italian as her new language. She has learn the language and published a book called In Other Words in her ... Read More »

The Christmas Pig by J K Rowling | Book Review

The Christmas Pig by J K Rowling | Book Cover

Children’s literature is one of our favourite genres here at Team Thinkerviews and so we are continuously looking for new books in this arena. One of the latest books we have been waiting for is The Christmas Pig by J K Rowling. The book was published in October, 2021 in time to be a great Christmas present for 2021, but ... Read More »

The Empirium Trilogy by Claire Legrand | Book Review

The Empirium Trilogy by Claire Legrand | Book Cover

Imagination is the gift that leads to storytelling and some of the most entertaining and wonderful stories take place in the worlds built entirely in the fantasyland created by their authors. Here, at ThinkerViews, we routinely read fantastic literature as we enjoy the magical worlds within those just as much as a crime thriller or a literary tale of contemporary ... Read More »

The Sea of Innocence by Kishwar Desai | Book Review

The Sea of Innocence by Kishwar Desai | Book Cover

While reading is for entertainment and escape, it is also for introspection when it comes to most people who love to read – whether it is through newspaper columns providing critique on current affairs, magazines or books. In fact, sometimes the relatively slower narrative of a book gives the readers the time to process all aspects of what could be ... Read More »

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