Read The Backbenchers Series from the story The Collection by AkshayaSajimon (Akshaya) with reads. collection, random, wattpadbooks. Hi Guys!. 6 Jul The Backbenchers The Extra Class is the story of Ananya, a resident of Raipur, who shifts to Delhi upon the transfer of her father to the place. 21 Mar Now that i read “The Backbenchers” book by Siddharth Something(Who cares. The author himself hid his/their name and wrote it.
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If this was actually written by Durjoy datta with a pen name Siddharth Something, i seriously would ask him to get over Female Make Over’s, that too bwckbenchers a jiffy, as if a genie is always sitting in their closet waiting for them to come over crying and say, “Kyun Bhagwan, kyun thumne mujhe ithna badhsoorath banaya” and the genie would be like, “Lo beti, eztra Vicco Turmeric lo aur us ladke ko apni khoobsurathi se tadpao”.
Nidhi added it Dec 28, Sometimes information was passed on clasz incorporating them in dialogues, by telling not showing, and I think it would have been better if the characters had there own style of expressing their feelings.
Rhythm Nahar rated it it was amazing Oct 04, She can come across as little rude.
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This is not what she wanted, but it wasn’t about what she wanted anymore. The attitude and the openness is just too much for her taste. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Though I have never extga a book by Chetan Bhagat before, I could tell what they meant by that.
Natasha, now a wounded tigress, decides to fight back and not accept everything that life throws her way. Hackbenchers rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Books by Sidharth Oberoi. I know the story is kinda filmy and i am bad at explaining some times.
But isn’t a bad read in case you have nothing else to read that moment. Or will she be lured into becoming a city girl? Deepak ckass it as to-read Mar 17, Something, and singing “Uff Teri adha, khilavunga tumhe yeh vada”.
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Exchange Discount Summary Return to Book Page. That was a truly good part of the book. Snigdha rated it it was amazing Jul 04, The cultural shock is too much for her bafkbenchers take.
Soon she attracts a crowd of admirers, but Ananya falls in love with a guy who already has a girlfriend. The culture shock is too much for her to take.
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May 12, Srivatsan rated it really liked it Shelves: Please try again later. Summary Of The Book: To view it, click here. She meets a guy and starts liking him. Everything changes when we change school.
I hope the editing is well taken care of from the next time. How can we help you? It’s a quick read. The book is aimed at teenagers and young adults.
Zaid Khan rated it it was amazing Feb 18, The school is crackling with excitement; the backbenchers are convinced that this is going to be a night to remember. This is a sort of novel you would pick to read when you are in toilet, travelling, don’t want to use your brain after tiring day at work or just want to kill time or grab a time-pass read between two good novels.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Shravya Bv marked it as to-read Oct 12, Overall, any college youth would like the story as it resembles a lot with their life. Apparently all that the girls in a Delhi school are is someone trying to cut down the length of their clothes.
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To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. View all 3 comments. This is not what she wanted, but it wasn’t about w Ananya is the new girl in school.
I did enjoy how they later unveiled Rishab to be more than a shallow, rich brat. The book has a very predictable storyline, not worth reading even if you are getting it for free.