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There’s Gunpowder in the Air By Manoranjan Byapari | Book Review

There's Gunpowder in the Air By Manoranjan Byapari (Translated by Arunava Sinha) | Book Cover

Can you imagine that an illiterate person living in humble background joined the Naxalite movement ended into getting arrested and jailed, got a chance to learn reading and writing in the jail and was encouraged by none other than famous author Mahashweta Devi to write books? This unbelievable true story belongs to Manoranjan Byapari. He had seen various segments of ... 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 Vengeance of Indra by Shatrujeet Nath | Book Review

The Vengeance of Indra (Vikramaditya Veergatha Book III) By Shatrujeet Nath | Book Cover

Exploring the modern take on Indian legends we have been reading Shatrujeet Nath‘s Vikramaditya Veergatha books and we have shared our reviews on the first two books of this series with you in past few weeks: The Guardians of the Halahala The Conspiracy at Meru And now continuing with the series, let’s talk about the latest installment in the series: ... Read More »

The Conspiracy at Meru by Shatrujeet Nath | Book review

The Conspiracy at Meru | Vikramaditya Veergatha Series | Second Book | Cover Page

The name Vikramaditya symbolises the Ideal King in Indian minds – the Pardukhbhanjan king that went out in the nights to find out how his people were, the king who achieved many impossible feats with from Gods and help of his supernatural friend Vaitala, the king who is a hero, in so many folk tales spreading across Bharatvarsha and captured ... Read More »

The Dark Room by R. K. Narayan | Book Review

The Dark Room by R. K. Narayan | Book Cover

R. K. Narayan needs no introduction as he is hailed as one of the most successful Indian writers whose fame has spread all over the English reading world. His iconic works include the world of Malgudi Days and critically acclaimed book cum movie Guide. He is compared to writers like Chekhov, O ‘Henry and Guy De Maupassant by critics and ... Read More »