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Bhujia Barons by Pavitra Kumar | Book Review

Bhujia Barons by Pavitra Kumar | Book Cover

Biographies are definitely inspirational reads. It gives you the summary of a successful life in a few hundred pages. And, that includes the lessons learnt through the experiences of years. It is like how you churn milk and collect the essence as butter. Of course, the butter milk also possesses some fantastic qualities. But, the butter is just the butter. ... 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 »

The Earthspinner by Anuradha Roy | Book review

The Earthspinner by Anuradha Roy | Book Cover

Lauded as a writer of great subtlety and intelligence, Anuradha Roy writes poetic and elegant prose creating characters that belong to the past as well as our worlds today. Starting with her debut book, we have been reading and reviewing her works: An Atlas of Impossible Longing Her latest book brings us another story about the fragile state of our ... Read More »

One Arranged Murder By Chetan Bhagat | Book Review

One Arranged Murder By Chetan Bhagat | Book Cover

Do you love reading thrillers? We do. Today we are going to talk about a nicely written thrilling police procedural set up in an Indian environment. Chetan Bhagat is one of the popular authors of modern time, from India. Well, you may have your opinions about his writing, but you cannot deny the sales figures for sure. For a regular ... Read More »

The Whalebone Theatre by Joanna Quinn | Book review

The Whalebone Theatre by Joanna Quinn | Book Cover

The readers of historical fiction have been enjoying an influx of books featuring war heroines from World Wars I and II and applauding for adventures that have not been as widely appreciated in their own time. But now, with the sensibilities of the modern world telling these stories, we look at the times that is a hundred years in the ... Read More »

The Firework-Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman | Book Review

The Firework-maker's daughter by Philip Pullman - Book cover

The art of story-telling is as old as humans and some of our best loved books are those written for children. Author Philip Pullman is well-known for his well-admired works including His Dark Materials series. While we have enjoyed the multiverse of this series, we also enjoy the relatively small books written by the author which tell interesting stories and ... Read More »

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