Thursday, June 19, 2008
5 Point Someone - Chetan Bhagat
Bunked college again, the plan was to lazy around all day at home but a friends call disturbed the plans for the same apparently the people from Radio One wanted to ask some questions about College life and stuff so had to drop in at college. 'I got my 60 seconds of fame on Radio :P'
On the way back home I saw this vendor selling books, so picked up Five point Someone 'had to read it after a few recommendations' :)', and I must say it was much better that 3 mistakes.
I guess the biggest reason why his books sell, is the fact that he ends the story well, Iv just finished reading the book and I must say 'I liked it'.There is just somethings about the way he ends a story that makes you forget about the short coming of the story. I guess thats the magic of Chetan Bhagat.
One more thing that this story made me realize was, one of the reasons I was sulking for so many days was that I was disappointed over my 2nd year grades, though I had reached my targets but I just wasn't used to getting such a low rank. That eat me up inside because I knew I was better that the rest but my bad hand writing had lead me down once again.
But as it has said 'Grades are not everything', its time for me to stop whining about the rest and get my rotten brain working again 'its been high time that I get over it, get my act together, start attending lectures and slog out my acad' :P : P
Talking of attending lectures, its already 2.30 a.m and I need to get up after 3 hours in order to reach in time for a 7.25 lecture :P
Tomorrow 'opps today' is a new day, time to rise and shine again :P
P.S - If you have loved reading this book, I highly recommend 'Anything for you Ma'am' by Tushar Raheja.