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The Tashkent Files | Movie Review

The world of fiction has a lot of works that have their basis in conspiracy theories. The decades of the cold war is an era where the quantity of misinformation and propaganda was probably much higher than the true facts of any matter, what with spies and counter-intelligence agents working non-stop around the world. This era was also, therefore, ripe ... Read More »

Ashok and the Nine Unknown by Anshul Dupare | Book Review

Ashok and the Nine Unknown by Anshul Dupare | Book Review

As you all know being bookworms and forever exploring new authors and their works is what we love to do here on ThinkerViews platform. And we rely very heavily on the great friends we have in this team to keep adding books to our Kindle collection on every opportunity. Book Title : Ashok and the Nine Unknown Author : Anshul ... Read More »

The Treasure Syndicate By Jatin Kuberkar | Book Review

The Treasure Syndicate By Jaitn Kuberkar | Book Cover

We’ve often stated that the perks of being a professional book reviewer include exposure to new talents. Sometimes you find much much better books written by debutante authors than some of the bestsellers by well-known authors. Today, we will talk about one such book. The Treasure Syndicate is the second book by author Jaitn Kuberkar, however, it is his first ... Read More »

Trade Winds to Meluhha by Vasant Dave | Book Review

Trade Winds to Meluhha by Vasant Dave | Cover Page

A few thousand years ago, the Sindhu – Saraswati plains were home to one of the world’s most ancient civilisations. As you may already know, the Indus valley civilisation is part of the trio formed with Egypt on Nile and Mesopotamia on Euphrates-Tigris rivers. Although the historical evidence and archaeological dig-ups on the Indus valley sites may go a few ... Read More »