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Just Missed By Himanshu Bhatia | Book Review

Just Missed By Himanshu Bhatia | Book Cover

When it comes to books (or for that matter, any media) everyone has his/her own preferences. We, as book reviewers are lucky to be exposed to various genres :). Though you must have seen more thrillers and mythological stuff reviewed at ThinkerViews, we love to read romantic books with a certain flair. Personally, having too much adultery (in the book) ... Read More »

A Small Author Interview With Akanksha Agarwal

Akanksha Agarwal | The Author Of - The Secret In My Blood

Recently we got a chance to read – The Secret In My Blood – by author Akanksha Agarwal. It is a collection of poems written in a story-like manner. You can find our unbiased review for this book at: The Secret In My Blood | A Poems Collection By Akanksha Agarwal | Book Review We found the idea interesting. And, ... Read More »

Secrets of a Harappan Pot By Vasant Dave | Short EBook | Personal Review

Secrets of a Harappan Pot By Vasant Dave | Book Cover

We, Indians, belong to the land of stories. Our ancestors knew that the best way to implant values in a kid is through metaphors. So, interesting stories are weaved around a central thought and told to the growing-ups. And this keeps happening through generations. Eventually, with the technological advancements, we found other media to communicate those thoughts, morals and more ... Read More »

Deja Karma By Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Deja Karma By Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Do you love reading thrillers? I do. Actually, all our teammates at ThinkerViews do. 🙂 Reading books for Vish Dhamija, thus, is always a pleasure. A while ago, we bought the Kindle Edition of Deja Karma, a legal thriller by him at a very attractive price, and it was in our “to be read” since then. Recently, I got a ... Read More »

Ahalya’s Awakening By Kavita Kane | Book Review

Ahalya's Awakening By Kavita Kane | Book Cover

Being blessed with the richest ancient literature and the most advanced culture of its time, Bharatiya (that is Indian) society has to be the ideal in the current times. If it is not then it is because of the people forgetting the routes. And rather than understanding the essence of the fables, folklores, mythological stories and scriptures; we started taking ... Read More »