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Happimess By Biswajit Banerji | Book Review

Happimess By Biswajit Banerji | Book Cover

As writing a children’s book is not a child’s play; writing a satire is not a task to be taken lightly. Only a witty, clever, well-informed and a sensitive person can write a convincing and enjoyable satire. Possibly, that’s why we find only a few authors contributing to this genre. So, when recently we came to know about Biswajit Banerji ... Read More »

Unnatural Causes by P D James | Book Review

Unnatural Causes by P D James | Book Cover

We strongly believe in the saying “Reading is to mind, what exercise is to body”. And, to do intense exercise we love to explore mysteries. I have heard a lot about the works of Phyllis Dorothy James, popularly known as P D James, and was curious to explore the same. As part of the same quest, I got my hands ... Read More »

Nothing Lasts Forever by Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Nothing Lasts Forever - No Secret can Stay Buried by Vish Dhamija | Book Cover

Author Vish Dhamija has attained success in the world of books with his well-received crime thrillers books that provide entertaining stories that sometimes reflect contemporary events. He provides easy to read, well-conceived plots in a thriller package where the reader keeps guessing about turns of events and characters as they read through to end. Below are some links to the ... Read More »

The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharya | Book Review

The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharya | Book Cover

Detective fiction is one of the most popular segments of fictional writing and like countless readers around the world, we also enjoy reading these books and are always looking for interesting detectives created by contemporary writers. Such works show a range of newly minted investigators from police officers to social workers to freelance agents to private citizens. Here at Thinkerviews ... Read More »

Skipping Christmas By John Grisham | Book Review

Skipping Christmas By John Grisham | Book Cover

Christmas is considered as the biggest festival in the countries where Christians are in majority. Most of the western countries do celebrate this festival with joy and they wait for the same throughout the year. It would not be wrong the say that Christmas is celebrated almost throughout the world. The intensity may be different. There are so many films ... Read More »

The Vimana Transcripts by Vadhan | Book Review

The Vimana Transcripts by Vadhan | Book Cover

One of the oldest reasons for telling stories is to entertain an audience or make sense of a mystery through following logic and studying events from an objective viewpoint. And with the era of digital reading, India has seen a lot of new talented writers who write in the genres that blends elements from history, mythology, science fiction and adventures. ... Read More »

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