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Recipe for a Perfect Wife By Karma Brown | Book Review

Recipe for a Perfect Wife By Karma Brown | Book Cover

We often stated that the perks of being a professional book reviewer, that to too associated with the prestigious Team ThinkerViews, involve exposure to many new talents. To add to that, we got a chance to read our books from various other countries also. That gives us a chance to know more about various cultures and people’s way of living. ... Read More »

Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta | Book 3: Ram Chandra Series By Amish Tripathi | Personal Review

Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta | Book 3: Ram Chandra Series By Amish Tripathi | Cover Page

We love reading the fictional retellings of ancient Indian scriptures. Actually, only India has a tradition to wholeheartedly accept various retelling of very important scriptures. Be it Ramayana or Mahabharata (referring just popular ones), you may find hundreds of versions of the same across the country. Bharatiya culture is the only one where you can love the Gods or their ... 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 »

Padmavat An Epic Love Story By Purushottam Agrawal | Book Review

Padmavat An Epic Love Story By Purushottam Agrawal | Book Cover

It can be debated whether Padmavati (i.e. Padmini) is a historical character or fiction, but the impact she has created is an exception. Even, people who are currently alive or whose existence is beyond any doubt, are unable to create such an impact. When the film on Padmavati was about to release, a controversy has been surfaced. Ultimately the things ... Read More »