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Know How To Write how to womanthenwhen read it for the second timei began liking itthe protagonist doesn t have a clue about lifei meanshe dumped all her friends for some popularmean peoplenow that is xtremely stupidthey make out that teenagers doesn t have a mind and brain of that is Voyage to the Underworld (Star Wars Missions, extremely stupidthey make out that teenagers doesn t have a mind and brain of owni liked some of the other characters like the grandmothersuzzetcbut not laylashe is such a wasteshe could have made the book bit original and indian instead of just copying from hit series like princes diaries and suchanywayit is good for lightunimaginative reading it s a light read meant for teenagers This bookIt was The First Ghost early morning as the rays of sun brushed past my cheeks in the month of decemberIt all happened in a moment as I was going to my school and was sitting next to one of my dearest friendsTHE BOOK GOT OVERI could not believe how much a connected you can be to a bookI kept my head down as hot tears rooled down my cheeksThats the magic of this book Okay so I ll begin right on I can t remember the details but this is all I can doConfessions of a Listmaniac is a light book whichvery teenager ven one who lives a very busy life can read It s breezy and one can really connect with Layla the lead The story is basically about teenage angst and shows Layla s secret desire to be xtraordinary to be popular in her schoolLayla is a really sweet character She isn t the moaning type like some protagonists from chick lit books usually do and though she is confused about her feelings who isn t she got it all right in the Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential end In thend Layla does do something xtraordinary view spoiler she wins an art competition and finally realizes that being popular in school isn t verything hide spoiler. Ing with witty teenage angst Layla’s observations on her family and friends provide a commentary on the lives of urban teenagers and the way they think and functi. .
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Breedof Indian Authors who have a of a successful blog which brought them into the focus of publishing world This is her second book and I have no ualms in accepting that her first book You Are Here lies unread in my shelf That book was launched with much fanfare and I was uite surprised when I saw her second book in the book store because till now I am yet to see it being marketed or splashed around the way it is usually done these days I picked the book solely because of its theme priceWith Confessions Of A Listmaniac COAL Meenakshi has forayed into the not much xplore by contemporary INDIAN AUTHORS TERRITORY OF YOUNG ADULT Authors territory of Young Adult it is the story of 17 year old Layla A breezy read the author takes us through the trials tribulations of a teenager who wants to be popular in her class and is ready to accept any hand offered in that direction Like any other teenager she has her share of crushes heartbreaks sibling fights breakup with best friend finding the real self t alThis book is a uick a read and reminds you of your school days when a chipped nail is a national tragedy and when Smokin' Hot even a glance from your favorite senior could take you to heaven Well written fast paced this book is worth a read on a rainy day The innocence of the characters will surely give you a reason to smileMy only problem with the book is it s Inspired Title Even the Tag line is inspired A lightasy read specially for people who don t like to read at all The book is written as a diary of Layla who s obsessed with writing lists To be honest it didn t really have much of an amazing story but then again considering it s a bit kiddish book it was perfectly good Adva. A seriously funny coming of age novel by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan Seventeen year old Layla knows that journal writing is way retro but thinks why not recreate the It comes out as a really nice character whom you start liking after a while However again for a book so small Meenakshi Reddy portrayed the idea of peer pressure in a really comprehensible and precise manner I read this book as a random read in my study hour when I was bored out of my wits and couldn t study anything It turned out to be a great one time read For all the teens out there give it a shot it ain t that bad More teenage y than I had xpected I reckon Nothing I d write home about OK Not good like Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan s first book You are Here A light asy readof indian authorsIndian Authors Have A
FUNNY AND THOUGHT PROVOKING IN PARTS IT GIVES THEand thought provoking in parts It gives the of the immediate nvironment of an ordinary 16 year old co d girl so naturally it deals with girl friends boy friends crushes first love heart break shopping music and journal writing One thing I found difficult to comprehend was that the book describes kissing between boyfriend girl friend in the school corridors with most students cheering them on and the P E teacher doing nothing than blowing his whistle at them If this is the true scene going on in Indian co d schools nowadays India has progressed beyond words In my times a couple of decades back co Wanton Nights ed schools themselves were a rarity in India and times and relationships were not that forward Even the parents in the story don t mind their young kids bringing their friends home But I am all for cod schools and healthy interaction between the sexes which is much needed and appreciated I am waiting for my son to grow up to see what the scene will be in his While My Soldier Serves era Very cliche themeReminded me of a few moviessp one with Lindsay Lohan in it I ve watched on tv Nice breezy read the first time i read iti wa. Hole blog thing in a notebook Layla’s journal ntries often morph into uirky lists that record her observations on her life and times Light confessional and brimm.