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किंग खान: द राशोमॉन सागा (Hindi Edition) By Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review

किंग खान: द राशोमॉन सागा (Hindi Edition) By Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review

A person who can take a satirical look at the current happenings is more often one of the most intelligent fellows. Kamal Upadhyay is one such author. Inspired by the writings of Premchand-ji and Parsai-ji, he love to explore the things from the satirical goggles. It was Lankapati Ka Loktantra (लंकापति का लोकतंत्र) – a satire by him, that connected ... Read More »

The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman | Book Review

The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman | Book Cover

Richard Osman’s Thursday Murder Club is back with all the fanfare as the second installment of the series is making the same waves in selling charts as the first one did. Called The Man Who Died Twice. The book is available for the readers around the world and here are my views on it on behalf of Team Thinkerviews. Book ... Read More »

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman | Book Review

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman | Book Cover

2020 was a year of lots of shocks as the pandemic changed the way we live and interact with the world. A lot of highly anticipated and eagerly waited books did not make it to readers in the hard copy formats and readers turned to other platforms and discovered some new authors they liked. But by Christmas 2020, new books ... Read More »

Codex by Lev Grossman | Book Review

Codex by Lev Grossman | Book Cover

If you like reading fantasy literature where magic and reality are intertwined, you may be familiar with the name of author Lev Grossman. Although he has been writing for number of years for various newspapers and magazines, his most famous set of novels are ‘The Magicians‘ series, which was loved by readers and also adapted for TV series. Book Title ... Read More »

Saboteur By R V Raman | Book Review

Saboteur By R V Raman | Book Cover

To most of us, the world of big money is a mystery. Our interactions are limited to our bank transactions, bill payments, savings, loans, etc. as part of our day-to-day lives. But when it comes to finance at corporate levels, there are many layers and intricacies involved. There are also always people who are smart, but not very ethical, who ... Read More »

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 »