One more review post. This time of a blog.
My friend here at L, Abhinav Akhilesh (aka Doc) has started a new blog based on his upcoming book.
The book is about the story of a medico student, or so it seemed from the blog.
I request you all collegian readers to please have a look at the blog and provide Doc with some constructive feedback.
An excerpt from the blog:
“Baap kya karta hai aapka?”, the balding professor thundered.
And, suddenly everything went blank.
It was 2003, and a nubile 16 year old Rakshita was having a hard time deciding what stream she wanted to study after her secondary school. Her application to an International School of debatable repute had been accepted, but her family wanted her to stay in India. They had just shown her an advertisement for admission to arguably the country’s best school. Rakshita wondered, was it the case that her parents wanted a trophy for the showcase in their house? A daughter who had been accepted at the Delhi Public School, RK Puram, noted widely as the toughest school to get into in India. But she quickly settled for the fact that no parent ever wants anything for their child unless they feel it is for her own good.
(Source: Confessions of a Medical Mind)