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Second Chance by Kavita Bhatnagar | Book Review

Second Chance by Kavita Bhatnagar | Book Cover

The world we live in changes continuously, and so does the life we lead, both inside the home and outside it. Divorce is no longer the taboo word and a lot of couples part ways when things do not work out for them. When one marriage does not work out, does it mean that all the dreams of having a ... Read More »

Until the Music Stops by Naimish Srivastava | Book Review

Until the Music Stops by Naimish Srivastava | Book Cover

At team Thinkerviews, we get attracted and exposed to books from almost all genres as various book lovers have different tastes. Although we are not big fans of horror or psychological crime genre, we occasionally receive these books from authors we digitally connect with and we have reviewed some such works here: When the Devil Whispers By Ajinkya Bhasme. Book ... Read More »

Be Careful What You Wish For by Laura Wellington | Book Review

Be Careful What You Wish For by Laura Wellington | Book Cover

We all start our lives filled with wishes and dreams. From a young age, we want to achieve success, happiness, love and serenity in life. But when all your desires are fulfilled and all your wishes come true, is your life exactly what you wished for, or does it actually turn out to be full of unforeseen surprises when everything ... Read More »

The Satapur Moonstone by Sujata Massey | Book Review

The Satapur Moonstone by Sujata Massey | Book Cover

We came across author Sujata Massey‘s books featuring Perveen Mistry – a young, female solicitor working in Mumbai of 1920s and reviewed the first book of the series here: A Murder at Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey | Book Review The book was successful and so like many other writers, Sujata Massey has given us a second murder mystery featuring ... Read More »

Raising Hell for Peace: A Crusade by the Brahma-Kshatriya by Shashi Bakshi | Book Review

Raising Hell for Peace: A Crusade by the Brahma-Kshatriya by Shashi Bakshi | Book Cover

How often we recite the saying “History repeats itself” and that life goes around in circles. Although each individual is unique, the collective lives of people seem to go through the age-old cycle of trouble, toil and turmoil that brings forth exceptional political and spiritual leaders. Believing that we have all been well and truly living in Kaliyuga now, a ... Read More »