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Confessions of a Listmaniac by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan
Confessions of a Listmaniac is a light book which every teenager even one who lives a very busy life can read. The innocence of the characters will surely give you a reason to smile.
Keeps everything under control. The aim should never be to have a long list but even when you complete half of the list; it gives a feeling of great accomplishment. It turned out to be a great one-time read. Just a moment while we sign you in confessuon your Goodreads account.
However, again, for a book so small, Meenakshi Reddy portrayed the idea of peer pressure in a really comprehensible and precise manner. It eases your work and highlights the concerns. Smirithi Balaji rated it listmaniav was amazing Mar 15, Nithya rated it really liked it Jul 09, I kept my head down as hot tears rooled down my cheeks. But I am all for co-ed schools and healthy interaction between the sexes, which is much needed and appreciated.
You will be even inspired to write your confsesion journal If this is the true scene going on in Indian co-ed schools nowadays, India has “progressed” beyond words.
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Mar 27, Athulya Komalan added it. Anishaauh rated it it was amazing Listtmaniac 25, I read this book as a random read in my study hour, when I was bored out of my wits and couldn’t study anything. May 26, Bhargavi Balachandran rated it liked it Shelves: She isn’t the moaning type like lietmaniac protagonists from chick-lit books usually do and though she is confused about her feelings who isn’t?
No trivia or quizzes yet. Its way simpler than writing in paragraphs.
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Nov 08, Harshit Gupta rated it it was ok. To be honest, it didn’t really have much of an amazing story but then again, considering it’s a bit kiddish book, it was perfectly good.
If you are looking for a light read,go for this one. The first impression — found the cover design appealing as well as interesting. Even the parents in the story don’t mind their young kids listmaniax their “friends” home.
Sep 06, Keerthi rated it it was ok. Terry and Amy Hansen. Gina rated it it was amazing Jun 17, Even the Tag aa is inspired: Good example of peer pressure!
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. However, again, for a book so small, Meenakshi Reddy portrayed the ot of peer pressure in a really comprehensible and precise manne A light, easy read especially liatmaniac people who don’t like w read at all. Less wordy but conveys apt. You rarely tend to forget anything. Yeah, I took up the art of making lists after reading the book and its been very useful…Thnx for stopping by!!! That book was launched with much fanfare and I was quite surprised when I saw her second book in the book store because till now I am yet to see it being marketed or splashed around the way it is usually done these days.
In the end, Layla does do something extraordinary view spoiler [ she wins an art competition and finally realizes that being popular in school isn’t everything hide spoiler ]. Some advantages of list-making that I have realized:. Lists with This Book.
More teenage-y than I had expected, I reckon.
The book is fresh, bubbly and real. It was early morning as the rays of sun brushed past my cheeks in the month of december.
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On another positive note, Lists help to preserve memories and if maintained on a daily basis helps to organize the day well. Nothing I’d write home about.