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The Satapur Moonstone by Sujata Massey | Book Review

The Satapur Moonstone by Sujata Massey | Book Cover

We came across author Sujata Massey‘s books featuring Perveen Mistry – a young, female solicitor working in Mumbai of 1920s and reviewed the first book of the series here: A Murder at Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey | Book Review The book was successful and so like many other writers, Sujata Massey has given us a second murder mystery featuring ... Read More »

Raising Hell for Peace: A Crusade by the Brahma-Kshatriya by Shashi Bakshi | Book Review

Raising Hell for Peace: A Crusade by the Brahma-Kshatriya by Shashi Bakshi | Book Cover

How often we recite the saying “History repeats itself” and that life goes around in circles. Although each individual is unique, the collective lives of people seem to go through the age-old cycle of trouble, toil and turmoil that brings forth exceptional political and spiritual leaders. Believing that we have all been well and truly living in Kaliyuga now, a ... Read More »

Legend of Suheldev – The King who saved India by Amish | Book Review

Legend of Suheldev - The King who saved India by Amish | Book Cover

If you have been reading Indian authors writing in English for the last decade, you couldn’t have helped but notice the works of Amish Tripathi who swept the readers off with his re-telling of Indian mythological tales through Shiva Trilogy and Ramchandra book series. We have been amongst the readers and admirers of these stories and have wrote about those ... Read More »

A Murder at Malabar hill by Sujata Massey | Book Review

A Murder at Malabar hill by Sujata Massey | Book Cover

A book lover’s life is filled with chance meetings with authors on this life-long journey of perpetual quest for new stories. And the world today is such an exciting place when it comes to exploring the written word. If anything, there are sometimes too many choices. Here on Thinkerviews platform, we are always amazed how sometimes an unexpected, impulsive pick-up ... Read More »

Insomnia | Short Thriller By Ravi Subramanian And Jigs Ashar | Book Review

Insomnia| Short Thriller By Ravi Subramanian And Jigs Ashar | Book Cover

What if a few writers team up together and share the writing journey? Well, one can do the research work and prepare the first draft of the content, and the other, more experienced one can finally edit the stuff to make it even better and engaging. Sometimes the role can be different also. But, the keyword here is “collaboration”. When ... Read More »

Ilu : Chalnewali Chidiya (ईलू : चलनेवाली चिड़िया) by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review

Ilu : Chalnewali Chidiya (ईलू : चलनेवाली चिड़िया) by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Cover

Parenting is a blissful responsibility. When raising your kid(s), you get a chance to live your childhood again. While you enjoy seeing kid(s) making little progress and even be proud of him/her/them, you also feel the need to implant the values, morals, ethics and wisdom you get through the years. There is no better way to convey a message than ... Read More »