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Consent To Kill by Vince Flynn | Book Review

Consent To Kill by Vince Flynn | Book Cover

Vince Flynn was an American author who created a series of books featuring CIA operative Mitch Rapp. Frustrated with rules and red tape, Mitch Rapp is known to wage his war on terror on his own terms and can go to extraordinary lengths for what he believes needs to be done. The books have generated the fan-following of their own ... Read More »

Bhoot, Bhavish, Bartaman By Mehool Parekh | Book Review

Bhoot, Bhavish, Bartaman By Mehool Parekh | Book Cover

The human mind is a strange creation. It can do wonderful good things and at the same time, it is capable of creating havocs also. When we see the crime in society we see it backed by many things. The social and financial circumstances, the way the person grew up, the choices he/she had at certain junctions of life,… plays ... Read More »

Curse Of Suspicion By Dr. Sujay Kantawala | Book Review

Curse Of Suspicion By Dr. Sujay Kantawala | Book Cover

The human mind is a very simple yet too complicated organ! Yeah, both these attributes contradict each other. While we should consider honest relations as our most prized possessions, we often fail to do so. Being an open entity we get a lot of input daily through our various organs, and it makes its way to our brain. All of ... Read More »

Jason Bourne | Movie Review

When Robert Ludlum created Jason Bourne, he would have hardly envisioned the movie franchise it will inspire that will not only make piles of money but will also entertain and entice fans for decades. The first three films in the series – the trilogy comprising of Bourne Identity, Bourne Supremacy and Bourne Ultimatum – told the story of an ex-CIA ... Read More »

The Brightest Fell by Nupur Chowdhury | Book review

The Brightest Fell by Nupur Chowdhury | Book Cover

As you know friends, we are always exploring new authors and their works here on Thinkerviews platform. We recognise the amount of hard work and effort it takes to write a book and publish it in today’s highly competitive world. And it also takes a lot of effort to make the readers aware of what you have published. Last year, ... Read More »

The Tashkent Files | Movie Review

The world of fiction has a lot of works that have their basis in conspiracy theories. The decades of the cold war is an era where the quantity of misinformation and propaganda was probably much higher than the true facts of any matter, what with spies and counter-intelligence agents working non-stop around the world. This era was also, therefore, ripe ... Read More »