Sunday, 28 June 2015

BOOK REVIEW : KLASS - A Man Is Lifeless Without A Passion In His Life! by Prita Yadav

Jolene Jordan has been forced to join KLASS by her father and she dislikes the fact that she has to toe his line. She makes up her mind to be extremely rude, disobey the teachers and break all rules; so that she would be expelled from school and her father would be humiliated. For sometime Jo is the ‘Mind your own business’ girl and the bottom performer in her class until a sudden unfortunate twist in her life makes the girl change over a new leaf. The story revolves around Jo's whirlwind journey through KLASS, her dilemma to choose a game as her MAJOR, her resolve to get thrown out of KLASS as a rebuke to her father and her struggle to overpower her notion to be friends with anyone at KLASS.

Paperback, 312 pages

Published December 3rd 2014 by Self Published
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REVIEW :- I got this book from the author in exchange for honest review.
From the cover itself , i guessed that this book will be an interesting one and after reading the blurb my doubt was cleared.
The cover of the book is attractive.
I like the concept of the book and the story is interesting.
As soon as i started reading this booked, i was hooked into it and couldnt let it down.It is gripping 

A ten year old girl was howling at the top of her voice. “I don’t want to leave you and go to school. I will miss you...” she continued to sob holding her troubled mother’s hand.Jo is in  no mood to join KLASS.She made a plan she will regret her father  for compelling her  to join KLASS. Nothing can make her happier than to see them being humiliated .

KLASS (KanchanSingh’s Lessons and Sports School) was a sports school situated in the heart of the beautiful city of Lonavala. The school was touted as one of the best schools in Maharashtra having excelled not only in sports but also in academics. Surrounded by a thick canopy of trees, KLASS looked more of a jungle than a school to an outsider.KLASS had students from all walks of life; regardless of their caste, creed, religion or cultural differences they were given admission in KLASS purely on the basis of their merit. 

The book is a complete package. It reminds me of school/college days, the fun, crushes, fights, exams, tricks, outings, rivalries and trios. It is a book on sports, passion, motivation, inspiration and fun read.
I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars. GO FOR IT.

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