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Author: Chetan Bhagat
Story of Chetan Bhagat
read at one sitting....not goes out of the subject & able to hold a reader until end. Also have physical copy of the same.
A very subtly and softly written book. Narrative moves perfectly from one scene to another without any apperent break. Captivating book. I could not put it down till I finished reading it completely !!
i like the way of story telling..its not trendy nor sexy but tragedy plays,.
All Chetan Bhagat books are very good, and this one is also really interesting to read. All the standard elements of CB, from first person narration to good mix of humor and human emotions are for us to get really involved.
Not very great. It moves very slow most of the times.
when i read that Kai Po Che! is based on this book, i wanted to read this book
I am a very big fan of him ..every book touches the core of heart..
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