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Daughter of the Deep by Rick Riordan | Book Review

Daughter of the Deep by Rick Riordan | Book Cover

Young adult fiction is the genre that has given us many a bestsellers and talented authors who create adventure, science fiction, utopian stories. Rick Riordan is known for his mythical and legendary characters that blend the tales of the past with our present world. He has written many successful books that have also been adapted in films, e.g. Percy Jackson ... Read More »

Operation Shiva: Shadow Wing #1 By Aparna Sinha | Book Review

Operation Shiva: Shadow Wing #1 By Aparna Sinha | Book Cover

The perks of being a book lover includes getting exposed to many talents who are capable of creating a virtual world through their words! As you know, we at ThinkerViews, are always keen to explore books from various genres. Over the course, we found Ashwamedha by Aparna Sinha long ago. We found the book worth reading. You can find our ... Read More »

The Girl Who Loved A Spy By Kulpreet Yadav | Book Review

The Girl Who Loved A Spy By Kulpreet Yadav | Book Cover

As I have mentioned it quite often, the perks of being part of Team ThinkerViews gave me an opportunity to know about many talented authors. Their popularity is a totally different aspect. No one becomes famous till his/her first work is published, and for some of them, the journey takes longer. Talent, however, has nothing to do with the same. ... Read More »

The Summons by John Grisham | Book Review

The Summons By John Grisham | Book Cover

Reading a John Grisham book is always an interesting experience for us. And, we are sure, it would be the same for many readers. Especially for those who love exploring legal thrillers. It would not be wrong to say that talking about international legal thrillers (books) and missing out the name of John Grisham is almost impossible. Today we are ... Read More »

The Fine Art of Invisible Detection by Robert Goddard | Book Review

The Fine Art of Invisible Detection by Robert Goddard | Book Cover

The readers of layered, complicated mysteries are familiar with author Robert Goddard’s works which have been tantalising readers for many years now. We have reviewed some of his works here at Thinkerviews: The Ways of the World by Robert Goddard And in 2020, he published a mystery that is titled The Fine Art of Invisible Detection, featuring a middle-aged Japanese ... Read More »

The Girl Who Knew Too Much By Vikrant Khanna | Book Review

The Girl Who Knew Too Much By Vikrant Khanna | Book Cover

We love reading thrillers. We’ve mentioned it so many times that our regular readers already know it :). That’s why the book The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Vikrant Khanna was on our list for a long time. Finally, from our team, I got a chance to read it. I found the book gripping in parts. If you love ... Read More »

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