THE BACKBENCHERS THE EXTRA CLASS PDF

The backbenchers is a series of three novels — the extra class, the missed call and 3 days of summer. Ananya is a resident of Raipur, who shifts to Delhi upon the transfer of her father to the capital city of India. Though she had her own expectations from the new city, with the majority of them not being on the positive end, school turns out to be a bigger nightmare than what she had initially expected. She finds herself alone and isolated among the high heeled and make-up clad girls of the Presidency Convent at Barakhamba Road, New Delhi. To make things worse, this is a co-ed school and she, being from an all-girls convent, is not used to the mushiness and the closeness which exists between the boys and girls of her new school. But before long, in an attempt to mingle among the crowd and gain acceptance among her new mates, she too finds herself changed.

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The backbenchers is a series of three novels — the extra class, the missed call and 3 days of summer. Ananya is a resident of Raipur, who shifts to Delhi upon the transfer of her father to the capital city of India.

Though she had her own expectations from the new city, with the majority of them not being on the positive end, school turns out to be a bigger nightmare than what she had initially expected. She finds herself alone and isolated among the high heeled and make-up clad girls of the Presidency Convent at Barakhamba Road, New Delhi. To make things worse, this is a co-ed school and she, being from an all-girls convent, is not used to the mushiness and the closeness which exists between the boys and girls of her new school.

But before long, in an attempt to mingle among the crowd and gain acceptance among her new mates, she too finds herself changed. Her skirt is now shorter, her shirt is tighter and her hair is glamorously done in the newest fashion. But outward change is not the only thing which will make her blend in. She still has to come to terms with the cultural shock which affects almost all aspects of her daily life. So what will she do? Will she be able to blend in culturally and morally?

Will she become just another make-up clad high heeled city girl or will she be a woman of substance? The best part of the novel is that it is written in a naturally breezy style which makes the transition from one chapter to another really smooth and effortless. The characters are the next best thing. This book is nothing without its characters. The sweet and charming Ananya, the cold and bitchy Natasha and all the characters are something to look forward to.

Overall The Backbenchers: The Extra Class is an interesting read about regular high school drama stuff and is worth at least one read. I recommend it to all my readers. Your email address will not be published. Please contact the developer of this form processor to improve this message.

Even though the server responded OK, it is possible the submission was not processed. Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar. The attitude and openness is just too much for her taste. To know this and much more about the life of Ananya, read this cute little novel today.

The storyline and the plot are also very simple and enable easy reading. Mother to Ahaana, Argo and Haachi. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

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I read it in two days and at first my reaction was "This was so good!!!! It's full of cliches - small town girl, rich brats, high profile school, competition at its best, rivalry, fashion queens, stud boys. But they were all not really cliched by the author and that is a great thing. Sometimes information was passed on by incorporating them in dialogues, by telling not showing, and I think it would have. Sometimes information was passed on by 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.

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She is in Class XII and has taken admission into The Presidency Convent at Barakhamba Road, a co-ed school for the rich and well-connected kids now we know which school the author is talking about. Being shy and introvert, she finds it hard to adjust to the culture of the school, the short skirts, the cars and the attitude of the other students. In Raipur, she was a popular student but here she needs to get noticed. Here everyone is talking about her so, she gets a makeover: changes her dressing style and her hairstyle. She wants to join the debating club. Natasha does want her in the club.

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