Another year has gone by and a new year has wandered in. I am sure book lovers around the world have published their wishlists and new year resolutions for 2021 trying to restrict themselves to only a few fabulous books out of thousands of choices.
For people like us there aren’t really enough hours in the year to read all the amazing books we would want to, but here is a list of few books we are going to read and write about in 2021 at Team Thinkerviews:
The Legend of Suheldev and Dharma by Amish
Amish Tripathi’s books are very popular and the author has a huge fan following. Now with this book he ventures into a writer’s collective set-up producing a historical fiction. We are quite looking forward to reading this new venture.
Here are quick links to Amish’ books we’ve read so far…
- The Immortals Of Meluha | Book Review
- The Secret Of The Nagas | Book 2 Of Shiva Trilogy Series
- The Oath Of The Vayuputras | Book 3 Of Shiva Trilogy Series
- Ram: Scion Of Ikshvaku | Book review
- Sita – Warrior Of Mithila | Ram Chandra Book Series | Book Reviews
- Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta | Book 3: Ram Chandra Series By Amish Tripathi
Baahubali: Before The Beginning by Anand Neelakantan
Anand Neelakantan has concluded his exploration of the fictional world of Baahubali in his book series “Baahubali: Before The Beginning”. He made it a trilogy and by utilizing the time he got during the COVID-19 situations, he completed both of the pending installments and released them. We are curious to explore them both.
Here are quick links to Anand’s books we have read/reviewed so far…
- The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali – Before the Beginning | Book Reviews
- Asura: Tale of The Vanquished by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews
- Shanta (The Story Of Rama’s Sister) by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews
- Bhoomija: Sita by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews
- Meenakshi: The Story Of Raavan’s Sister by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews
- Vanara by Anand Neelakantan | Book Review
Mastaan by Vineet Bajpai
We are amongst thousands of readers who loved the Harappa trilogy by Vineet Bajpai and we want to squeeze his latest thriller Mastaan into our book reviewing queue as soon as we can..
Here are quick links to Vineet’s books we have read/reviewed so far…
- Harappa: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review
- Pralay: The Great Deluge by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review
- Kashi: Secret of the Black Temple by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review
Enola Holmes Series by Nancy Springer
This lovely series re-enacts the detective fiction stories set in Sherlock Holmes’ world, featuring his much younger sister Enola. The series is quite popular with young readers and is also getting a good run on Netflix and we are looking forward to enjoying Enola’s adventures.
The Empirium Trilogy by Claire Legrand
Exploring the world of fantastic fiction, we are going to read this trilogy consisting – Furyborn, Kingsbane and Lightbringer where author Claire Legrand follows the trajectories of two young women – The Sun Queen and The Blood Queen as the universe around them crackles and sparkles with the magic of seven elements.
The Sealed Letter by Emma Donoghue
Emma Donoghue is a popular and acclaimed writer with the academy award worthy ‘Room’. We are looking at exploring her books this year, starting with ‘The Sealed Letter’, an intriguing, scandalous courtroom story.
Wild Swans by Jung Chang
Tracking the lives of women of three generations in China, this book is widely loved for the historical and social picture it provides of a country going through a transformation of the tumultuous 20th century.
Perveen Mistry Series by Sujata Massey
Sujata Massey’s books featuring the young, female solicitor Perveen Mistry in Mumbai of 1920s are popular with readers of murder mysteries and we like the premise of these books very much. We’ll be reading adventures of Perveen Mistry as she navigates the world of law and intrigue in early twentieth century India.
Are there any other books you suggest us for reading? Feel free to let us know. Also, don’t forget to bookmark this page, are we will keep adding books to the list regularly 🙂