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The Man who found his Shadow by Marwan Razzaq | Book Review

The Man who found his Shadow by Marwan Razzaq | Book Cover

As we enjoy reading, so we enjoy connecting with other readers and writers here at Team ThinkerViews. And as part of this process, we receive and get a chance to read books from around the world. Author Marwan Razzaq connected with us and shared his book The Man who Found his shadow. This book was self-published by him on Amazon ... Read More »

Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee | Book Review

Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee | Book Cover

Murder mysteries and detective fiction are some of our favorite genres when it comes to fiction and so books falling into this class are always on our reading list. One of the contemporary writers we like is Abir Mukherjee and we have reviewed his Sam Wyndham and Surendranath Banerjee series here: A Rising Man A Necessary Evil Smoke and Ashes ... Read More »

The Night of Wenceslas by Lionel Davidson | Book Review

The Night of Wenceslas by Lionel Davidson | Book Cover

The world of international spy thrillers remains one of the most widely loved area of literature around the world and spanning generations. Here at ThinkerviewsThinkerViews we tend to read and feature works from this genre on regular basis. One of the widely acclaimed and not-so-prolific writer in this genre was Lionel Davidson. His personal journey is worth an impressive story ... Read More »

The Genius of Indraprastha (Gondwana Chronicles Book 1) by Harshwardhan | Book Review

The Genius of Indraprastha (Gondwana Chronicles Book 1) by Harshwardhan | Book Cover

Humans have in-built love for stories – whether these are fictional or historical. The difference, however, is that a historical story doesn’t always end with a nicely tied end where no questions are left unanswered. More often than not, the historical stories are compiled from many narratives and tales pieced together to make a complete picture. It is therefore understandable ... Read More »

The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel | Book Review

The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel | Book Cover

Being a working adult is hard work. You are forever trying to stay in step with the financial world – buy a house, invest in stocks and mutual funds, plan for children’s education, plan for retirement..The list goes on. All of this requires a certain level of trust in the economical structure of our society. That the investments will produce ... Read More »

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