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The Vizag Sabotage by Saurav Anand | Book Review

The Vizag Sabotage by Saurav Anand | Book Cover

One of the best perks about reading is that it opens the doors to so many worlds and it is so enjoyable to read as many different genres as possible to remind us how every book has a unique point of view to share. Exploring the Indian authors writing in spy thriller genre I came across “The Vizag Sabotage“. Book ... Read More »

The Ineligible Millionaire by Tarun Varshney | Book Review

The Ineligible Millionaire by Tarun Varshney | Book Cover

There was a time when reading was considered only a literary pursuit and reading for entertainment was a leisure activity that not many people found time for. But as the world changed in the nineties and more and more people started working for international companies, a lot of these young professionals started to pen successful books that are stories of ... Read More »

Recipe for a Perfect Wife By Karma Brown | Book Review

Recipe for a Perfect Wife By Karma Brown | Book Cover

We often stated that the perks of being a professional book reviewer, that to too associated with the prestigious Team ThinkerViews, involve exposure to many new talents. To add to that, we got a chance to read our books from various other countries also. That gives us a chance to know more about various cultures and people’s way of living. ... Read More »

The Inheritance by Simon Tolkien | Book Review

The Inheritance by Simon Tolkien | Book Review

The name Tolkien is familiar to book lovers worldwide and gained even more recognition with the film adaptations of J. R. R. Tolkien‘s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy and “The Hobbit”. Simon Tolkien is the grandson of the acclaimed writer and has carved his own path in the world of fiction with his books featuring Inspector Trave. Book Title : ... Read More »

Operation Maya by Girish Venkatsubramanian | Book Review

Operation Maya by Girish Venkatsubramanian | Book Cover

In today’s world where a huge part of the world population uses a smart device – whether it is a laptop, a tablet or a phone – IT security is hammered through at many places. And still, we find that phishing attacks are successful, people do fall victim to clever scammers and the privacy and security of personal data is ... Read More »

Finding Arun By Marisha Pink | Book Review

Finding Arun By Marisha Pink | Book Cover

Have you ever tried exploring your way of living from a foreigner’s perspective? If yes, then, you must have found it strange. Based on the place, environment and social setup we get a chance to grow up and live in, our personality takes a shape. Outsiders may find it strange, but then more often than not, the feelings are mutual, ... Read More »