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Darkwhispers by Vashti Hardy | Book Review

Darkwhispers by Vashti Hardy | Book Cover

Children’s books are all time favourite genre for us here at Thikerviews. Writing imaginative stories for young minds that also provide edutainment is a tricky treat to make and we are always exploring for new authors and adventures in this arena. Recently, we came across the Brightstorm series by author Vashti Hardy that features young twins who live in a ... Read More »

Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy | Book Reviews

BrightStorm by Vashti Hardy | Book Cover

Children’s books are all time favourite genre for us here at Thinkerviews. Writing imaginative stories for young minds that also provide edutainment is a tricky treat to make and we are always exploring for new authors and adventures in this arena. Recently, we came across the Brightstorm series by author Vashti Hardy that features young twins who live in a ... Read More »

Song of the Sun God by Shankari Chandran | Book Review

Song of the Sun God by Shankari Chandran | Book Cover

War has been a perpetual part of human interactions as far as we have been documenting our lives and in spite of countless examples of wars of years past, every generation finds themselves embroiled into the battle of ‘us vs them’. Sometimes, it is purely a matter of chance and luck based on lottery of the birth that we find ... Read More »

The Fine Art of Invisible Detection by Robert Goddard | Book Review

The Fine Art of Invisible Detection 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. We have reviewed some of his works here at Thinkerviews: The Ways of the World by Robert Goddard And in 2020, he published a mystery that is titled The Fine Art of Invisible Detection, featuring a middle-aged Japanese ... Read More »

The Cord by Sredhanea Ramkrishnan | Book Review

The Cord by Sredhanea Ramkrishnan | Book Cover

The perks of being a book reviewer are connecting with other fellow bibliophiles. ThinkerViews Team enjoys and looks forward to such opportunities where we can connect with authors presenting the readers with interesting and entertaining stories. We had a chance to connect with author Sredhanea Ramkrishnan over her debut work – The Cord. A food technologist and a content writer ... Read More »