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Doomsday of Tamas: Race To The Second Apocalypse By Varun Sayal | Book Review

Doomsday of Tamas: Race To The Second Apocalypse (Time Travelers Book #3) By Varun Sayal | Cover Page

We at ThinkerViews find ourselves fortunate to getting exposed to so many talents in the literary world. In addition to the seasoned authors, some lesser known talented ones often comes up with something very interesting, imaginative and fascinating stories that are almost like the masterpieces. Listen To The Podcast: If you love to listen to the book review over reading, ... 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 »

Deja Karma By Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Deja Karma By Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Do you love reading thrillers? I do. Actually, all our teammates at ThinkerViews do. 🙂 Reading books by Vish Dhamija, thus, is always a pleasure. A while ago, we bought the Kindle Edition of Deja Karma, a legal thriller by him at a very attractive price, and it was in our “to be read” list since then. Recently, I got ... Read More »

Ladakh Adventure by Deepak Dalal | Book Review

Ladakh Adventure by Deepak Dalal | Book Cover

Growing up without adventure stories will make our childhood incomplete. The joy of exploring new places in the school holidays is one of the most anticipated activities for children of all ages. And especially teenagers as they have opportunities to go to school trips and campings with their friends and discover the joys of learning from the school of nature ... Read More »

The Vault of Vishnu By Ashwin Sanghi | Book Review

The Vault of Vishnu By Ashwin Sanghi | Book Cover

Ashwin Sanghi is one of the most appreciated authors when it comes to modern Indian literature. When it comes to thrillers set-up in the modern world having roots in Indian mythology, his works are worth reading for sure. Though I was not impressed with his earlier books much, I found he grew up very much, as an author, with each ... Read More »