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Harappa: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review

Harappa: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | Book Cover

The historical/mythological fiction genre has gained popularity in India in last decade with a lot of brilliant books re-telling our well-loved legends. Some of these stick to the established versions of the epics, but provide insights and observations like Devdutt Pattanaik, while others re-interpret the epics with their own version of characters as well as timelines. Here, at ThinkerViews we ... Read More »

Where Will Man Take Us? By Atul Jalan | Book Review

Where Will Man Take Us? : The bold story of the man technology is creating by Atul Jalan | Cover Page

Do you love reading academic books backed by hard research work? We do. But, these books are not for everyone. An average reader, who loves exploring fiction, thrillers, romantic stuff; basically read for entertainment, may not find them appealing. Being a professional book reviewer associated with reputed Team ThinkerViews I am fortunate to get exposed to books of various genres. ... Read More »

A Blindefellows Chronicle by Auriel Roe | Book Review

A Blindefellows Chronicle by Auriel Roe | Book Cover

One of the exciting things about being a part of this blog is the opportunities to connect with writers from around the world. One of the writers we connected with a while ago is Auriel Roe. British born Auriel is a teacher of art and drama and has lived and worked in interesting parts of the world. Now, she has ... Read More »

The Rainbow Acres By Simrita Dhir | Book Review

The Rainbow Acres By Simrita Dhir | Book Cover

Migrants are viewed differently by different people. Do you think one wants to migrate to some unknown place if he is comfortable at his/her own place and is able to find everything one is strived for? Mostly one approaches a different land only when he see a better opportunity there. Hope for a better and secure future invites people to ... Read More »