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Five Point Someone: What Not to Do at IIT - Chetan Bhagat
Five Point Someone: What Not to Do at IIT
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Novel set in the context of the changing Indian IIT world, funy, but also insightful concerning Indian culture and modernization. excellent reviews. soon to be made into a major movie
Novel set in the context of the changing Indian IIT world, funy, but also insightful concerning Indian culture and modernization. excellent reviews. soon to be made into a major movie
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788129104595 (8129104598)
ASIN: 8129104598
Publisher: Rupa
Pages no: 267
Edition language: English
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SMHridoy
SMHridoy rated it
This is a good book and best book of Chetan Bhagat has ever written.3 Idiots movie is based on this book and i love both the movie and the book.the book is written in simple English so easy to read for anyone.
Dreamworld
Dreamworld rated it
I watched the movie "Three Idiots" and decided to read this to find out whether the movie is better than the novel. Let's just say it's one of those rare moment when a movie is better than the novel.
ankitagrawal
ankitagrawal rated it
A lot of hype is there about Chetan Bhagat and his books. But I would say Chetan Bhagat is no writer. He doesn't know to write properly. Books beginning are great, character introduction is awesome but, story is funny and seems to be good but the end is so pathetic and senseless that it leads nowher...
Read & Read
Read & Read rated it
4.0 Five Point Someone: What Not to Do at IIT
The book by itself is a good read, not withstanding that the writing could have been better. Five point someone is a life opener. Its basically saying do what you got to do and what is meant for you will happen.
So many books...so little time
So many books...so little time rated it
3.0 Five Point Someone: What Not to Do at IIT
I'd rate it 2.5 if i could. A quick read to pass time on a train/bus journey.
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