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GiveAway 8 : December 2019

The Pataala Prophecy: Son Of Bhrigu by Christopher C. Doyle | Book Cover

Hi Friends, Here is one more book giveaway for our regular readers. December 2019 Giveaway You can stand a chance to win a book named Son of Bhrigu (The Pataala Prophecy Book 1) by Christopher C. Doyle. The idea of giving away the first book the series strike us when we were reading the second installment of the series. It ... Read More »

Vanara by Anand Neelakantan | Book Review

Vanara: The Legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara by Anand Neelakantan | Book Cover

Anand Neelakantan is a popular author from India. He is especially famous for retelling the ancient Indian literature from the vanquished’s perspective. The historians and bards are accused of representing the story from the winner’s perspective. That is found correct to some extent. No one knows the absolute truth. And, everyone has his/her own truth. That is the plural liberal ... Read More »

The Mists of Brahma (The Pataala Prophecy – Book 2) by Christopher C. Doyle | Book Review

The Mists of Brahma: The Pataala Prophecy - Book 2 by Christopher C. Doyle | Book Cover

Reading books by Christopher C. Doyle has always been a pleasure for those who love exploring the “mythology retold” genre. We, at ThinkerViews always try exploring new books in various genres and share our unbiased views and reviews with all our readers. We were curious to read The Mists of Brahma (The Pataala Prophecy – Book 2) by Christopher Doyle, ... Read More »

Kartikeya, the Destroyer’s Son By Anuja Chandramouli | Book Review

Kartikeya: The Destroyer's Son - by - Anuja Chandramouli - Book Cover

Anuja Chandramouli‘s bestselling mythology based novel Kartikeya, the Destroyer’s Son is based on War God Kartikey’s legend. Now it is a recent trend in Indian fantasy fiction that authors like to pick up mythological characters from Indian epics and retelling their stories in a different way. No doubt, it is a good initiative, it not only refreshing our memories regarding ... Read More »

Amba and Bhishma By Ashok K Banker | Book Review

Amba and Bhishma (A Love Story That Was Never Meant To Be) By Ashok K Banker | Book Cover

Mahabharta has something within it which makes people revisit it again and again from the same or different perspective. No doubt, it is the greatest and longest epic available in the world since ages. The telling and retellings have made so many versions of the tale that it may count in 100s or probably thousands and we may not know ... Read More »

I, Duryodhana by Pradeep Govind | Book Review

I, Duryodhana by Pradeep Govind - Book Cover

Mahabharata is famously known to contain every possible story that human minds can conjure and all shades of grey in the characters that play a part in its rich and complex narrative. And so it happens that the stories from Mahabharata have been interpreted and re-told by every generation as the world changes and yet remains the same for its ... Read More »