KLASS - A Man Is Lifeless Without A Passion In His Life! Paperback – 2014
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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.
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It takes you back to the cherished memories of your school.
It’s a story about Jolene Jordan in short Jo, who receives unkindest of words like “whore” at an age of 5 from his father Kelvin Jordon when she didn’t understood what “whore” could mean.
Kelvin preferred “boy” over a girl.
She was admitted to KLASS, a dream sports school for many.
But Jo regards it as an opportunity to humiliate his father.
Jo has decided to get deliberately “expelled from KLASS”, so she is witty with pranks troubled teachers at KLASS with her rude behaviour, performance & I-don’t-care-attitude.
She is blessed & fortunate to have a caring roomi tejaswee, in short teju, who is a bookworm.
Teju is a girl with no friends. She received attention only during examination times.
Jo is bold but often lost in her own world until she gets in love with KLASS and friends it offered.
Since Jo has decided not to befriend anyone at KLASS, so you can typically enjoy lot of moments of “mind-your-own-business”.
Most consider her as a girl with “attitude”.
But she soon becomes close friends with Teju, Nikhil, Ankit & Yogesh.
They turn out to accept her in “the way she was”.
The life seems beautiful at KLASS but on her birthday Jo receives an unexpected call.
She predicts it to be of her mother, Rino, who never missed to call her at her birthdays.
Life falls apart when she receives the news of death of her mother on her birthday.
Her life takes a U-turn when she gets to know that Angus Jordon shall be at KLASS to pick her up soon.
She is shocked to know her class teacher was a close friend of Rino & Angus.
Her life welcomes another shock by letting her know that Angus & Rino loved each other.
She scratches her mind constantly to understand why Rino would marry a bastard like Kelvin.
She is still in trauma for loss of his mother, Rino.
Angus takes a proposal to Jo to be her father.
As he had lost Rino- the love of life & don’t want to lose her daughter.
Will Jo accept Angus as father?
Will Jo be back at KLASS?
Will Jo meet again her friends at KLASS?
To know more, please experience an awesome read of KLASS.
The story is filled with pranks, jokes, gossips, flirts, infatuations & moments of laughter.
It shall leave you nostalgic with KLASS.
Halfway through the book, without the reader’s realization, she/he would be watching a vivid movie about KLASS. The narration is so full of life that the reading experience surpasses beyond words to render an in-depth visualization of the scenes. Friendship, rivalry, hatred, love, passion – human emotions have been well-placed throughout the plot.
Most part of the book is in the form of conversation between the n number of characters of students and teachers at KLASS. Yet, each character is marked as a unique personality. And that’s where author Prita stands out as an extraordinary debut author.
Nandhini's Book Reviews
Even it is a bit lengthy book, readers won't get annoyed and bored as it's all related to school life and every reader can relate some parts with them for sure. Read full review at : https://iwritenidhi.wordpress.com/2015/09/30/klass/
The story revolves around a girl Jolene Jordan (or Jo). She has been compelled to join ‘Khanchan Singh’s Lessons and Sports School’ (KLASS) by her father. Jo hates her father and despises the fact that she has to toe his line. The school, situated in the heart of the beautiful city of Lonavala, is well-known not only for academics but also for sports. While KLASS was a dream sports school for many, Jolene doesn’t like this school. She plans to act horridly so she will be sent home. She keeps on breaking the rules, breaking fights with other students in the school, and performing badly in studies. She doesn’t care about any punishment as she wants her father to get humiliated because of her. However, as the time passes, Jolene starts to like the school and also starts making friends. Nevertheless, she is still too proud to change her mind. Then something happens which changes everything for Jo. What was that? Read the book to know more.
The book has a large number of interesting characters and you take some time to get acquainted with all of these. Though some of these characters have been sketched well, some could have been developed further. Once you got to know the characters, you will really like them. There are characters that make you fall in love with them. And, there are characters that make you want to hit them hard. The character of Jolene Jordan, the main protagonist of this novel, has been depicted well and forces you to fall in love with her. While the character of this lead character has been depicted as having a number of flaws, this is what makes her character believable. I can envision being in her shoes and acting the same way she did. The portrayal of teachers has also been done well. The author has successfully given different personalities to different teachers – the lenient or soft-hearted, the strict and authoritative, and the friendly one.
The excitement and tension that prevail in a boarding school are authentically portrayed by the author. This novel is a buzzing world of boarding school’s students, their mischiefs, envies, anxieties, fears, wishes and wishful thoughts. The author evokes students’ psychology through an authentic presentation of the attitude towards studies and examinations of both the bright and the indifferent students. From time to time, the author brings out the wisdom of innocence in the students. While the description of the boarding school could have been better, the author has adroitly created mystery, action and tension in the story-line. There are several heart-warming moments in this book that will make your hearts melt.
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