I definitely made a mistake reading this one. The first book, "Five Point Someone" was pretty impressive, or so it seemed to me, owing to the fact that I am in the process of becoming an engineer so much for the illusion! Judging from the first two books, I did expect unrealistic twists, but this one has certainly superseded its Chetan Bhagat is back with his 3rd book, "The 3 Mistakes of My Life". Judging from the first two books, I did expect unrealistic twists, but this one has certainly superseded its predecessors in terms of absurdity. Here are a few points which I would like to highlight: 1.

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By profession, he is an Indian writer, journalist and screenwriter, known prominently for his English-speaking books, usually in light of the lives of young urban working-class Indians. Three Mistakes in Life A page novel published under the pages of Rupa Publications is a mixture of cricket, companionship, religion, business, love and betrayal. Copies are also a record.

At the 59th Filmfare Awards on January Throughout the journey, Chetan Bhagat gives us a lot of inspired books, novels that we should read at least once in our entire lives.

Recommends, 5 Point Someone Summary Review to be seen. Identified as K students, there is little chance of improving their standing. Advertisements The three are quite different characters, with Alok desperate to get a high-paying job to help his family, including his illegitimate father and his sister who are to be married a costly proposition — while Ryan arrives as a privileged homemaker, but has rarely seen his parents since childhood as they have been busy building their increasingly successful businesses.

Success at IITs comes with rote learning, and Ryan in particular pursues how college inhibits any creativity and how nothing of note has been produced at IITs, especially compared to American universities. Ryan constantly eggs himself on to meet his friends in order to enjoy the college experience, but with any kind of half-baked real-life academic success which requires crunching hours It is difficult to crush.

Hari meets a girl, but Neha is the daughter of one of the toughest professors on campus, and she rarely sees him. Everything for those classes with others. Desperate, the three hatches an even more outrageous plan and then blows it up in the most ridiculous way.

In fact, Hari notes: We were probably the real culprits. But that was not the point. His character rarely wrestles with his sanity, and here it is not so much lies and deception, but his stupidity how he lets himself get caught which gives him a slap on the wrist punishment that is so bad Did not leave Eventually, the trio chatter and dedicate themselves to their studies, Hari also tells Neha about her college experience: It is about knowledge.

And make maximum use of this system, even if it has flaws. Beyond there is no mention of what he has learned; Only the most liberated, Ryan, genuinely interested in acquiring scientific knowledge, tamper with his smoothing experiments. Hari and Alok help him spend several hours every day for a while, yet Bhagat does not make the least sense of what he actually spends his time on; science and indeed academic-knowledge- Any form of attainment is completely made up.

Off-stage, as not about school for Bhagat. Is and, despite some strong disagreements, does its best all-for-one-and-one-for-act. This is helped by the fact that even the biggest turns quickly fall behind — four years of college rapidly falling to under three hundred pages, after all — five point someone with a steady, and fast enough action. Provides drama and entertainment. The messages it sends are terrible — it is deeply objectionable in the lack of a moral code, and even generous acts of friendship are often arbitrary or deceived — and there is much in writing, But it is definitely readable, and even has a pretty fascinating story with all its flaws.


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