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Tag Archives: Psychological Thriller

I’m So Hacked By Gautam Mayekar | Book Review

I'm So Hacked By Gautam Mayekar | Book Cover

We at ThinkerViews love reading sensible thrillers. It is not easy to find them, though. Of course, there are a lot of books published every year, but not all of them are worth your money and more importantly, time. Recently I got a chance to read a fantastic thriller named I’m So Hacked by debutante author Gautam Mayekar. Book Title ... Read More »

The Stranger in Me by Neeta Shah and Aditi Mediratta | Book Review

The Stranger in Me by Neeta Shah and Aditi Mediratta | Book Cover

There is no denying the part Bollywood has played and continues to play in the lives of generations of Indians. It has given us memories wrapped with music and romance and also an escape from dreary realities of life. It has given us “stranger than fiction” rags-to-riches stories and some incredible, talented stars who created their own destinies with sheer ... Read More »

Bijili – A Short Story by Sharath Komarraju | Book Review

Bijili - A Short Story by Sharath Komarraju | Book Cover

Short stories interest people as they require less time to read. In the fast age time is the most precious commodity which is available in limited quantity. And no matter how much we are willing to pay, we cannot add even a fraction of a second to it. Another reason people love reading short stories is to get fresh. Often ... Read More »

Red Suits You by Novoneel Chakraborty | Book Review

Red Suits You by Novoneel Chakraborty | Book Cover

Recently I came across a book named Red Suits You by Novoneel Chakraborty which is a short read and available for < Rs. 16 (when I am writing this). If you love thrillers and want to read it in a comparatively short chunk of a time then this book suits you :). This is not the first book by the ... Read More »