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Happimess By Biswajit Banerji | Book Review

Happimess By Biswajit Banerji | Book Cover

As writing a children’s book is not a child’s play; writing a satire is not a task to be taken lightly. Only a witty, clever, well-informed and a sensitive person can write a convincing and enjoyable satire. Possibly, that’s why we find only a few authors contributing to this genre. So, when recently we came to know about Biswajit Banerji ... Read More »

The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharya | Book Review

The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharya | Book Cover

Detective fiction is one of the most popular segments of fictional writing and like countless readers around the world, we also enjoy reading these books and are always looking for interesting detectives created by contemporary writers. Such works show a range of newly minted investigators from police officers to social workers to freelance agents to private citizens. Here at Thinkerviews ... Read More »

Jaal – Book 1 of Kaal Trilogy by Sangeeta Bahadur | Book Review

Jaal - Book 1 of Kaal Trilogy by Sangeeta Bahadur | Book Cover

Fantastic fiction is an all-time favourite genre for us at ThinkerViews and we are always exploring various authors who create their own niche paths in this area. Sometimes, also termed as high fantasy, most of such works have their basis in established mythological or folk stories that have survived generations and tell the tale of gods and demigods and struggle ... Read More »

Matsya: The First Avatar (Dashavatar Book 1) By Sundari Venkatraman | Book Review

Matsya: The First Avatar (Dashavatar Book 1) By Sundari Venkatraman | Book Cover

What makes us, human beings, a very special species? Our ability to think, speak, read, write and preserve the knowledge that could be pass on through generations, right? That gave birth to civilizations and cultures. Being the culturally rich civilizaiton, the Indian culture has a compendium of tales, fables, lore, spiritual and wisdom books and much more. You may look ... Read More »

Bharat – The Man who Built A Nation by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal | Book Review

Bharat - The Man who Built A Nation by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal | Book Cover

Indian mythological tales are filled with treasure troves of stories that span through epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata and multitude of puranas. Over time, some of these stories which are a small part of big collection, are explored further by writers of each age and we get a new interpretation to reflect the generation that is interpreting it. For example, ... Read More »