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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 »

The Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg | Book Review

The Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg | Book Cover

How lucky we are as readers to live in this cosmopolitan world where your Kindle can bring you a slice of anywhere in the world and any splinter of time in that world. As you know, I am fond of audiobooks and always trying something or the other there. This book by Liz Rosenberg has been featuring on Kindle Unlimited ... Read More »

Ashvamedha By Aparna Sinha | Book Review

Ashvamedha: The Game Of Power By Aparna Sinha | Book Cover

We’ve shared it many times but we want to reiterate it again that: One of the best perks of being a professional book reviewer (that too, associated with Team ThinkerViews) is getting exposed to some new/unknown/lesser-known talents which are (often) far better than some of the bestselling authors. Today we are sharing our thoughts for Ashvamedha: The Game Of Power ... Read More »

The Ways of the World by Robert Goddard | Book Review

The Ways of the World by Robert Goddard | Book Cover

In the world of thriller writers, Robert Gaddard‘s name carries a fair bit of weight and fan-following. Ever since his first best-seller Past Caring, he has continued to deliver excellent thrillers with multi-layered conspiracy theories outlined through intricate plotting. Reading a Robert Goddard thriller is like travelling through a maze with a twist around every corner. Everything remains transient even ... Read More »

By God: The Making of a Messiah by Shashi Warrier – Book Review

By God: The Making of a Messiah by Shashi Warrier - Book Cover

Do you think that a religion can be managed like a corporate? Well, we see some of them are managed quite better than corporates :). And, nothing wrong in the same, if it does good to the society. And, yes, some religions have a tendency to expand itself. Oh, let me reword it, some religious leaders have a tendency to ... Read More »