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Eat Up, Clean Up By Manjari Chandra | Book Review

Eat Up, Clean Up: Your Personal Journey To A Healthy Life By Manjari Chandra | Book Cover

Books are our best friends. We, all ThinkerViews Team Members believe in this line. So, we keep exploring all kinds of books (well, with a few exceptions). And, we are fortunate that we get a chance to read books from across genres. And, books about Health are no exception. In fact, all of them teach different aspects to the readers. ... Read More »

Ilu : Chalnewali Chidiya (ईलू : चलनेवाली चिड़िया) by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review

Ilu : Chalnewali Chidiya (ईलू : चलनेवाली चिड़िया) by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Cover

Parenting is a blissful responsibility. When raising your kid(s), you get a chance to live your childhood again. While you enjoy seeing kid(s) making little progress and even be proud of him/her/them, you also feel the need to implant the values, morals, ethics and wisdom you get through the years. There is no better way to convey a message than ... Read More »

A Brutal Hand | Short Thriller By Ravi Subramanian And Jigs Ashar | Book Review

A Brutal Hand | Short Thriller By Ravi Subramanian And Jigs Ashar | Book Cover

Around the world, there is a concept of “writer’s collective”. We have talked about it earlier also. Such sort of a franchise is like an arrangement – where the research and writing of the book are completed by partner writer(s) while the mentor (if we can call it so) or the main/popular author does the editing and creates the final ... Read More »

We of the Forsaken World by Kiran Bhat | Book Review

We of the Forsaken World by Kiran Bhat | Book Cover

One of the greatest joys for us at Team Thinkerviews is connecting to authors from around the world as they share their thoughts and worlds with us. We were approached by author Kiran Bhat who is a global citizen with extensive travel and living experiences from around the world. He is someone who reads extensively in almost a dozen languages ... Read More »

Polite Society by Mahesh Rao | Book Review

Polite Society by Mahesh Rao | Book Cover

When you look at the cover page, author praise comments and book blurb for this third book by author Mahesh Rao, you expect a light, romantic, “happily-ever-after” sort of book along the lines of Jane Austen‘s Emma. The set-up here is Lutyen’s Delhi and so it also naturally brings to mind the movie Aisha which brought Emma to Delhi. Now ... Read More »

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