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Saturday, 21 September 2019

Sujal

HUNGER GAME 
By -Suzanne Collins.
  Omg i love the hunger games i cant believe i just started the books. I was so addicted to it i was reading more then i was on my phone! And the movies are as good as the books the only part that disappointed me was in the movie they dont show when peeta finds out that katniss loved him just for the cameras. But other then that its the best books I've read . I will definitely be re reading these 😍😍😍 if you havent read or seen them ....DO IT YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT!!!!
Name-Sujal Sharma
Class- X-B
Date 10 august 2019

Sujal



VEDIC MATHEMATICS
By- Rajesh Kumar Thakur

I think mathematics is very easy subject; if we understand first of all langveng of that subject for example symbuls ; number system and transportation rule which is very easy for every one.   But if we do not under stand thise meanig then it is become very tough . Suppose we want to find relation between man and day  the it is clear that if we increase number of man than number of day deacrease so we can write as" M" is inveraly proportionl to no of "day" that is   M€D
Name- Sujal Sharma
Class- X-B
Date -10 August 2019

Monday, 29 July 2019

HARAPPA (CURSE OF THE BLOOD RIVER) - By Amish Tripathi

The book is a part of a trilogy which provides a very vibrant mix of all sorts of emotions. It depicts a character who is said to be half-human and half-god. The story keeps building the interest and when it ends you are so curious that you start the next one in the series. The book itself has such a wonderful storyline that you would be unable to resist yourself from reading it.
"Vidyut's dying ancestor summons him to Banaras. The old Brahmin chieftain of the Dev-Raakshasa Matth, or the God-Demon Clan, bears a chilling secret. Their bloodline carries an ancient curse that will plague mankind - towards its own violent extinction."
RISHABH GUPTA
X-A

Sunday, 28 July 2019

TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES- Thomas Hardy

Tess is helpless against and mostly submissive to, those around her. But, she suffers not only because of the seducer who destroys her but also because her beloved does not save her. Despite her suffering and weakness in the face of her suffering, she demonstrates patience and endurance. Tess takes pleasure in toiling on the dairy farms, and she seems almost invincible to the trials of life. Given her enduring strength through all of her troubles, in some sense, the only appropriate ending was her death on the gallows. Her story became the ultimate tragedy.
The issue of fate versus freedom of action is another important aspect of "Tess of the d'Urbervilles". While the main story-line may sound fatalistic, Hardy does not miss the opportunity to point out that the darkest of tragedies could be prevented by human action and consideration: Humanity.

Anshika Sharma
XI-E
26.07.19

COLLECTED POEMS by Sylvia Plath


"I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead;
I lift my lids and all is born again.
I think I made you up inside my head..." 


Sylvia Plath has been, and probably always will be, a poet whose words hit me harder than many others' ever will. Many of the poems in this collection are very familiar to me: I've shed tears over them, adored them, resented them, analyzed them to death and absorbed their every message in my heart over the course of years now. I got to revisit some of my old favorites, which still haven't lost their magic over me.

Some of my favorites included in this collection are: 

- Lady Lazarus (possibly Plath's most famous poem, and one of my all-time favorites)
- The Moon and the Yew-tree 
- Elm
- Paralytic
- Edge 

All of these are amazing poems in their own sense, but reading the collection as a whole helped me understand a bit more about Sylvia Plath as a person whom I absolutely adore.

Anshika Sharma
XI-E
26.07.19

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by Jane Austen



"There are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well. The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of merit or sense." - Elizabeth Bennet 

As one might expect from a romantic comedy, love is the central theme to Pride and Prejudice. In particular, the novel focuses on the different ways love may grow or disappear, and whether or not society has room for romantic love and marriage to go together. We see love at first sight (Jane and Bingley), love that grows (Elizabeth and Darcy), and infatuation that fades (Lydia and Wickham) or has faded (Mr. and Mrs. Bennet). Throughout the story, it becomes apparent that the novel is arguing that love based on genuine compatibility is the ideal. 

The title makes it pretty clear that pride is going to be an important theme, but the message is more nuanced than just the concept itself. Pride is presented as perfectly reasonable to some degree, but when it gets out of hand, it gets in the way of the characters' happiness. Thus, the novel suggests that an excess of pride is costly. 
In Pride and Prejudice, "prejudice" is not as socially charged as it is in contemporary usage. Here, the theme is more about preconceived notions and snap judgments. Prejudice is a flaw of several characters, but first and foremost it is the main flaw of our protagonist Elizabeth. She prides herself on her ability to judge character, but her observations also lead her to form bias very quickly and deeply.

Like several of Austen's novels, Pride and Prejudice also cautions against infatuation with overly charming people. Wickham's smooth manner easily charms Elizabeth, but he turns out to be deceitful and selfish. Real love is found in compatibility of character: Elizabeth and Darcy come to realize that both are strong-willed but kind and intelligent. Ultimately, the novel is a strong recommendation of love as a basis for marriage, something that was not always the case in its era.

Anshika Sharma
XI-E 
26.07.19

NUMBERS (By-Rachel Ward)

NUMBERS (By-Rachel Ward)
When I read the title, I was very intrigued about the novel and when I started reading it I was unable to resist myself from stop reading it. It has such an amazing plot and characters and the storyline itself is very exciting.
I loved reading this book and would like to read more such books by such authors.

Rishabh Gupta
X-A
Date: 28/07/2019

THE UNDERSEA KINGDOM



In june I issued a sequels of  book from library named "AXISS AND THE MAGIC MEDALLION" ,"THE UNDERSEA KINGDOM and "THE PARALLEL UNIVERSE .It is perfect for the reader interested in adventure and mystery .....
The lead AXISS was a very brave boy who was 14...and he made a lot of friends.He also got know his childhood mystery andwho was hos real father........

SO IT WAS A FUN READING THESE SEQUELS...  

SHAIKH SAMIYA 
9-A

WUTHERING HEIGHTS - Emily Bronte




Instead of presenting an overly sentimental worst-case scenario meant to frighten its readers onto the straight-and-narrow, Wuthering Heights seduces its readers with its dark passion and misguided characters. Both Heathcliff and Catherine are flawed characters, but their flaws intrigue the reader just as surely as they repel.
The darkness of the story and the lack of accompanying moral teachings may come as a shocker, while the intricacies of the cyclical plot―the destruction and ultimate reunification of the families―should not be missed. A novel that combines masterful literary devices with all of the scandals of a soap opera, Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights was a drama far ahead of its time and a must read!

Anshika Sharma
XI-E
26.07.19


Wednesday, 9 January 2019

NUMBERS 3INFINITY by rachel ward

I wasn't looking forward to reading this conclusion to the series before I opened up the first page and saw an interesting little note from the publisher. It summed up for me what this series has been trying to say all along in a few succinct sentences:
"Actually, it's not about dying; it's about how to live with the knowledge. That's the secret - and it takes a rather terrifying last twist in this final book. Don't close your eyes."
  
sujal sharma
IX-F
21.12.2018

one indian girl by chetan bhagat

This novel of Chetan Bhagat deals with the most clichΓ© question, 'what women really want?'  Unlike his previous novels, this time writer pens a female as his protagonist, to raise bigger issues such as gender equality, society verses individualism, feminism, liberalism and humanism.  Writer tries to target modern, liberated and independent youngsters who believe in 'live and let others live' as they have the capacity to handle the so-called pressure of 'being Indian'. Bhagat wants to draw attention to this issue that if it is a female, challenges and pressure of 'being Indian girl' is even harder.  Her protagonist Radhika Mehta like every other independent Indian girl comes out as a fighter who knows how to learn from her own experiences and how to live life on her own terms. Somewhat, Chetan Bhagat is succeeded in setting the example with the help of the climax of the novel which is uncommon and rebellious.MUST READ IT 

MUSKAN GUPTA
IX F 
21.12.2018

REVOLUTION 2020


Revolution 2020 is the story of three childhood friends: Gopal, Raghav, and Aarthi. The story is setup in the holy-city of Varanasi. Gopal and Raghav are schoolmates from the childhood and share the same bench in school. Aarthi is also from the same class. Gopal loves Aarthi from the school days.
The story's narrator is Gopal. I am not going to tell you the entire story and be a suspense spoiler.
Gopal comes from a filmy-Indian-middle-class background. Raghav is from an almost well to do family, where as Aarathi comes from a kind of bureaucratic and political family. Three of them have their own ambitions in life. Gopal wants to be a rich man, Raghav wants to change the world, Aarthi wants to become an air hostess.
After the failure in getting through JEE and AIEEE exams, Gopal is forced by his father to repeat the exams next year. But Raghav secures a good rank and joins the top college in Varanasi. Aarthi falls in love with Raghav.
What happens when Gopal returns to Varanasi after his one year stint at cracking the entrance exams is the main part of the story. Apart from losing his love, he couldn't find a seat in engineering to fulfill his father's dream.
How Gopal chooses corruption as an aid to become a successful person while Raghav tries to change the world(read as India) with his revolutionary ideals is what the middle pages of the book are all about.
In the ending, things kind of change though, and you will be left to yourself to wonder who is right and who is wrong. Except for a faint hint in the end, Chetan doesn't really judge what Gopal does is good or bad.
Following the tradition of the latest Bollywood movies, you can find few swearing words which start with letters b and a and f. I leave it your imagination to figure out those words. I really wonder whether Chetan added those words in the drafts after those movies are released or those words were there from the beginning.
OJASWI DOONGA 
IX-F
27-DEC-2018

ONE INDIAN GIRL BY CHETAN BHAGAT





This novel of Chetan Bhagat deals with the most clichΓ© question, 'what women really want?'  Unlike his previous novels, this time writer pens a female as his protagonist, to raise bigger issues such as gender equality, society verses individualism, feminism, liberalism and humanism.  Writer tries to target modern, liberated and independent youngsters who believe in 'live and let others live' as they have the capacity to handle the so-called pressure of 'being Indian'. Bhagat wants to draw attention to this issue that if it is a female, challenges and pressure of 'being Indian girl' is even harder.  Her protagonist Radhika Mehta like every other independent Indian girl comes out as a fighter who knows how to learn from her own experiences and how to live life on her own terms. Somewhat, Chetan Bhagat is succeeded in setting the example with the help of the climax of the novel which is uncommon and rebellious.MUST READ IT 

OJASWI DOONGA 
IX-F
13 NOV 2018

VERONICA DECIDES TO DIE

this book is Paulo Coelho
Veronika is a 24 year old Slovenian woman who one day decides to kill herself, apparently because (1) "everything in her life was the same and, once her youth was gone, it would be downhill all the way" and (2) everything is wrong with the world and she feels powerless to make things right. 
reading it was a good experience
Sanya Jain
IX F

ONLY TIME WILL TELL BY JEFFREY ARCHER.

The story is broadly divided into 6 parts, each part dedicated to each of the main characters who have a hand in taking the story forward. Each portion of the story is told from each character's point of view (namely, Harry Clifton, his mother; Masie Clifton, Emma Barrington, Giles Barrington, Hugo Barrington & Old Jack Tar) and I was shocked at the secrets of each character, games and deceit. The story brings victory and disappointment together at different points of time. The friendship of Harry Clifton and Old Jack Tar is touching. The latter turns out to be a man of virtues and values and a friend everyone craves for.
One of my favourite characters in the story is Masie Clifton. Though she does resort to not-so-correct means to provide Harry his education, she remains a woman of admiration and substance. She struggles to get work (no one gives her work at the docks when she reveals her complete name) in an era when women weren't supposed to be going out of their homes to work. Though uneducated herself and a single mother, she manages to nurture Harry's natural talent and flair for music and language and sees to it that he gets the best. Hard-working, determined and strong, this character impresses us.
OJASWI DOONGA
IX-F
9.1.19

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Book blog "NIGHT BUS" by Anthony Horowitz

It  has short story... And again like previous book the author had described each and every scene like anything.😊 ..too beautifully... Among these in the story I liked that how the Nigel and Jeremy found that the bus in which they were. Travelling  was haunted......it was terrible when I was reading it just exactly on midnight I was like..... πŸ˜¨πŸ˜°πŸ˜±πŸ˜­.....There. are no words to describe the series by Anthony Horowitz.. He is fabulous.. 
SHAIKH SAMIYA 8TH D

book review-THE CROWFIELD CURSE BY PAT WALSH

ITS A HORROR BOOK WITH THE AN IMAGINARY TITLE.I LIKE THE CHARACTER SHADLOK THE MOST AS HE WAS THE ASSISTANT OF BONE SINCE PAST 900 YEARS.HE WAS VERY FAITHFUL.ITS VERY HORRIBLE BOOK. ALSO I LIKE WILLAM
AND THE HOB
SHAIKH SAMIYA 8TH D

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

book review


name of book- numbers infinity
this book is about three guys adam,sarah and mia
adam can see deatyh dates of people when he glance in ones eye
i like this book... 
Sanya Jain
IX F
date: 13/12/2018

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Emma by Jane Austen


Jane Austen's  Emma   young heroine is witty ,pretty and blessed with a sunny nature. Her story unfolds in the small highbury village bustling with folks with their typical quirks and fancies . Emma subtely developing relationship with Mr knightely ,thier brilliant repartee and the way they discover their own true feelings is captured skilfully in the timeless classic . Emma can be enjoyed at many levels - as a comedy of manners , an anti- sentimental novel, a comedy of character , or a satire on village life  
Ojaswi Doonga
IX-F
11.12.2018
 

Thursday, 6 December 2018

More Bloody Horowitz by Anthony Horowitz

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A dervish tales...........
This is a book consisting of fully bloody and horrifying scenes...Among these my favorite one was SHE BAY ...😱.also BET YOUR LIFE was the best  one......the author has described the scene very beautifully ..the scenes were in front of me  while reading it..It is a nice book............😍

Sheikh Samiya
VIII D
06-12-2018

Book blogs: "A Stranger is watching" by:Anthony Horowitz

I have read this book ....Its totally for those students who love adventure and thriller..(me too)😍....The character which is inspirarion for me in this book is Alex Rider......He is just a teen like us but his courage to be a spy is like to be hats offed.......The author Anthony Horowitz described the scene very beautifully...Also I have read his more novels which are dreadful...At last I would just say that it was a nice novel😊😊





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Book Blogs "Storm Beaker" by:Anthony Horowitz

Its one of the book written by my favourite author "Anthony Horowitz ".He is like a fabulous author.. Among these my favourite character was Alex Rider.. 😊This book is for the children who are interested in adventurous and thriller.. The author has described the scene too beautifully...😍 It was like o wow....  Alex Rider was just a teen like us but his courage and clever mind totally  mend for being a spy was awesome..
.. It was a nice book





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Book blog "NIGHT BUS" by Anthony Horowitz

It  has short story... And again like previous book the author had described each and every scene like anything.😊 ..too beautifully... Among these in the story I liked that how the Nigel and Jeremy found that the bus in which they were. Travelling  was haunted......it was terrible when I was reading it just exactly on midnight I was like..... 😨😰😱😭.....There. are no words to describe the series by Anthony Horowitz.. He is fabulous..












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Book blogs "The Stranger is Watching" by:Marry Higgen Clarks..

Oh yea!! I read this book and it was nice.... The story was nice... I liked the boy Neil was was an asthmatic patient and also without him the story would never had the good conclusion.. At last he was the one to shout to his father and then the person was arrested where they were kidnapped..... Good story... Must read it





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What Young Indians Wants

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what young Indians wants it based on Chetan bhagats widely read newspaper columns and his career as a speaker and thinker who has had his fingers on the pulse of the nation for close to decade.in clear simple prose and with insight he analyses some of thew complex issues facing modern India , offers solution and invites discussion on them .

Ojaswi Doonga
IX F
05-12-2018

Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho

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Maria, a beautiful Brazilian girl went to Europe to work as an exotic dancer, but ended being a prostitute. An expensive one, "working" in a luxurious bar in Geneva. Maria's goal is to earn enough money to buy a farm in Brazil for her and her parents and leave Swizerland in a year. "Eleven minutes" is her story.   In some ways my impression from "Eleven minutes" is similar to "The Alchemist". The book is written very well, it's readable and flows quickly. It talks about certain life philosophies, with the main theme being the search of the main character for the meaning of life. Not surprising that Coelho's books are such bestsellers. They read and tie you down like a soap-opera, and leave you with a certain imprint of profoundness.  Profoundness is nice, but in most cases it's not too deep, and "Eleven minutes" is one of these cases. Almost every author has something to say about "the meaning of life", and when you read a lot, explicit mentioning of this loaded topic makes you expect certain quality and depth from the book. I have no problem with "normal" books, but books which directly state and make it clear from the beginning that their main point is "to find the meaning of life" makes me want to see something new, something that I haven't read before.  I really liked the main character. Maria is obviously a very intelligent human being. She always strives to learn, to understand things. She tries to make her life better through learning, and this is a trait I admire. The curiosity plus the will and discipline to fulfill it by reading, talking and acquiring knowledge is a great feature to have. I guess she could've suceeded in a more intellectual profession.To end up with a recommendation... If you want a good entertaining read about things that are quite rare in books, read "Eleven minutes". If you were told that this books shows you the meaning of life in a meaningful manner


Ojaswi Doonga
 IX F

05-12-2018  

They did You can (Michael Finnigan)

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Young boys and girls love sports, whether as a spectator or a participant. They are fascinated by what their favorite heroes achieve in their favorite sport. Michael Finnigan believes that, with the help of motivation from these sporting heroes, young men or women  can realize their goals, whether it be in the sporting or the academic arena. 

Ojaswi Doonga
IX F
05-12-2018

No Fear in My Classroom' by Frederick C Wooten



No Fear in My Classroom' is a teacher guide by Frederick C Wooten that provides the essential guidelines to become an effective and confident teacher. The book provides academically sound suggestions to teachers to improve their work practices. The author holds that one learns the best from the mistakes. The practical suggestions given in the book originate from the actual experience of the author when he took to teaching and implemented the innovative practices like public speaking, publications class, study skills, creative writing etc.



Ojaswi Doonga
IX F
05-12-2018

book review


Oh yea!! I read this book and it was nice.... The story was nice... I liked the boy Neil was was an asthmatic patient and also without him the story would never had the good conclusion.. At last he was the one to shout to his father and then the person was arrested where they were kidnapped..... Good story... Must read it

NAME-SHAIKH SAMIYA
CLASS-VIII D

Thursday, 15 November 2018

Fwd: 101 inspiring stories - a grea


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101 inspiring stories - a great book which helped me to fight against my short temperedness.. a book that paved the path how to be  a practical human being .. It changed my mind.I just started thinking in many notions of a diffcult situation. A book that should be read by all...
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Yashasvi gupta  10-A

Sunday, 4 November 2018

Review of JESS THE BORDER COLLIE


Jess the border collie (THE HOMECOMING)

Jess the border collie owes his life to his owner he'd anything for her. They are best of friends and,together,They're ready for all sorts of adventures!

ANSHIMA BHATNAGAR, 7th-D 
STUDENT,MAPS

Tuesday, 28 August 2018

review of novel One Indian Girl by Chetna Bhagat

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This novel is very nice and i like to read this novel In this novel there is a girl name Radhika Mehta she was getting married she use to describe how she liver her life before marriage and what problem she face at every stage of her life and how she solve that       
 THANKS 





Cuorse feild. Date:23/8/18

In this book I read about willam's story.
His brother's story named hob.
This novel is very interesting.

Name: Tanish kumar garg
Class/Sec: VIII-E

Wednesday, 25 July 2018

The Alchemist and 11 Minutes (21-08-2018)




The novel alkemist is very inspiring and good and novel 11 minutes is and also very nice novel base on a girl the readers also want to read more Books both novel are nice

Ritik Goel (08-08-2018)


The book 'The Alchemist' , taught me to follow my dreams , for god helps those who help themselves.we need to follow the  omens and pursue what i really want and from the book' By River Piedra I Sat and Wept' I learnt that we should not listen to the other.

Disha Sharma
IX- F

Mister GOD

the book 'mister god this is Anna' is an interesting book for every kind of reader.
this book refers to humanity in children. Anna was four years old when Fynn (16 year old boy) found her wandering on streets.they became best friends and lived together.
I LOVE THIS BOOK..

Sanya Jain
IX F

Book review-The DaVinci code

Book review-The DaVinci code
Symbologist Robert Langdon is awakened by a phone call in the dead of the night. The elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum, his body covered in baffling symbols. The unraveling takes Langdon deep into the vaults of history, and the code hidden in the works of Leonardo DaVinci will reveal an astonishing truth, concealed for centuries . . . unveiled at last…
The book will take you through a mind-bending journey of murder, mystery, and mayhem. The endless series of codes and riddles will keep your mind boggled. Every single chapter ends with a cliffhanger, leaving you hungry for more…
AKSHAT GOEL
10 F

Monday, 9 July 2018

05-July 2018



The book I read last month was amazing. It is 'unbroken' by Paula Morris.
My favorite character was Rebecca. This person saved the ghosts from haunting the world till eternity. And those ghosts... Frank and Delphine got freed. This book taught me that we should always be ready to help others

Disha
IX-F



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I read the book 'Stop Worrying and Start Living' by Dale Carnegie in the month of April. This book helped me a lot in overcoming anxiety, tensions and worries. It helped me see this world as a new, different , positive person!!! Now I worry less and live more. 

Disha Sharma
IX- F



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I read the book parts of shiver triolog... 'shiver' and 'forever' by Maggie stiefvater.
These books are about werewolves and the special life and the senses they have. I learnt that even wild animals are nice, who might seem dangerous!!

Disha
IX-F

Monday, 8 January 2018

BOOK REVIEW

The book tells the story of a journey which covers two continents, during which it transforms the thinking and perceptions of the traveller, Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd. There isn't much need for a plot etched out in detail, and neither is the plot of primary importance; frankly, it is incidental to the story. Rather, Coelho has concentrated on the truth behind the meanings and ideas of certain consequences, and the actions preceding them.

VIVEK 
XI-C

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Book review-. 2 states


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2 States – The Story of My Marriage' is a novel written by Chetan Bhagat. The novel is based on the story of a couple, who belongs to different states, castes and religion and wanted to get married. How they meet at IIMA campus and the way they convince their parents for their marriage is the actual plot of the novel. 2 States, is a very interesting novel, which is light and seems real as every second couple in India can relate tthis story.It has several humourous instances as well. PERFECT FOR BEGINNERS.

KUNAL GUPTA
11-C

Book review- the IMMORTALS OF MELUHA

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THE IMMORTALS OF MELUHA is  the first book of the 'Shiva Trilogy' by AMISH TRIPATHI. What makes this book, and the following two, a good read is the SIMPLICITY of language and an EASY and RACY  NARRATIVE STYLE. The plot hardly ever slows down enough for the reader to lose interest as one event leads to another.

Read this book if you love reading mythology...... And DEFINITELY read the book if you are not so ...as none could dislike a book having action and suspense on every page.

KUNAL GUPTA
11-C

Book review- REVOLUTION 2020

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Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boys.One wanted to use his intelligence to MAKE MONEY.One wanted to use his intelligence to create a REVOLUTION.
The problem was, they both LOVED THE SAME GIRL.
REVOLUTION 2020 is an amazing book written by Chetan bhagat. It is one of my favourites and has an ending which you wouldn't have thought of while reading the book.


by KUNAL GUPTA
11-C

Friday, 2 December 2016

Book Review (30-11-2016)

The Magic


In 28 days, you can take a journey that will change your life. Long ago, sacred texts held secrets we can unravel today. One word can change your life.


Kunal Singhal
      XI-A




Numbers


This book is about a girl.Whenever she meets someone new, no matter who, as soon as she looks into their eyes, a number pops into her head. That number is a date: the date they will die. Burdened with such awful awareness, Jem avoids relationships.Until she meets a guy named Spider,her life changes.


Kunal Singhal
     XI-A


The Monk who sold his Ferrari




This inspiring tale provides a step-by-step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance, and joy. A wonderfully crafted fable, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life.

        Kunal Singhal
         XI-A




The Hero (The Secret)



This book is about the journey of twelve successful people about how they achieved success in their live despite very difficult circumstances. . Each of us was born with everything we need to live our greatest dream, fulfill our missions and change the world. We just need to realise that.


Kunal Singhal

         XI-A