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Pink or Black 2: High Drama at High School

Pink or Black 2: High Drama at High School

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Language English
Contributor(s) Tishaa Khosla
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Overview: Pink or Black 2: High Drama at High School

Pink or Black 2: High Drama at High School is a story of a high school girl Tiana and her emotional journey through her high school years. This book has been authored by Tishaa Khosla and is based upon her experiences. This book has been published on January 1, 2012 by Rupa & Co. You can buy online this book and many other books of your choice from retail bookstores that are listed on Junglee. Purchasing books online can help you pick up this book or any of your other favourites at a good price. Shopping online is a favourite pastime of many Indians so if want a good bargain Junglee is a great place for you to shop at.

Rupa Publications have been in publishing and for over seven decades now and they are now one of the leading publishers in India. They publish the original works of a multitude of established authors and new and emerging authors. Many new authors with their extra-ordinary writing skills have got their books published by Rupa Publications. Rupa publishes many fiction and non-fiction books every year.

The author of this book, Tishaa Khosla wrote her first book (the first part of this book- Pink or Black) when she was 16 years old. She wrote this book according to her own experiences from her high school years at The Lawrence School at Sanawar. She has completed a film-making course from Universal Studios' New York Film Academy at Los Angeles. After completion, she has worked as an assistant director for the Bollywood movie, 'Bodyguard'. This book is the sequel of Tishaa's first book-'Pink or Black' and the sequel's story starts from where it was left off.

Tishaa comes back with this much-expected sequel of the Indian bestseller- 'Pink or Black'. In this book, her main protagonist Tiana is caught in the midst of several problems. She feels upset, lonely and deserted due to a series of incidents that are taking place around her. Her boyfriend complains that they do not feel connected. Her best friends have suddenly become nasty. She has made new friends who are newcomers, and she is enjoying their company more than her existing friends. The last and the biggest problem have something to do with her past. She wants to stay in the good books of her teachers, stay away from boys and rebuff advances from them, and wants to live a life without any problems. Juggling with various relationships and emotions, will she be able to find solution for her problems? Will she be able to set things alright? A hilarious and witty story that entertains its readers and takes them on a joyride.

This book has received rave reviews from various newspapers and media houses. According to India Today, Tishaa's novel 'blurs the lines' between commercial and literary fiction. Navdeep Sandhu of the Indian Express has said that the author has earned the 'colour of success'. She is the youngest author to get nominated for Golden Quill Awards. This book has been published in English and is available in paperback binding. It has a total number of 169 pages. The ISBN codes 10 and 13 of this book are 8129120429 and 9788129120427 respectively.

Features: Pink or Black 2: High Drama at High School

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date January 1, 2012
Publisher Rupa & Co
Contributor(s) Tishaa Khosla
Binding Paperback
Page Count 169
ISBN 10 8129120429
ISBN 13 9788129120427
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  1.  The World of Indian Teens - High End 10 January, 2013 On
    I got a chance to review this book and honestly, what an experience! Author Tishaa had her first book 'Pink or Black' published when she was just sixteen, about teen heroine Tiana and her exploits. And now she's back with more of the same. 'Pink or Black 2' is a slickly written novel, thirty six short chapters about a young girl/woman who is trying to do the right thing, but who has many problems to encounter. Teenage parties and keeping a responsible eye on her friends who are being lured by drink and the delights of illicit fumblings when the parents/teachers are off the scene.

    I am the wrongest person to review this book. Or maybe not. I am a parent. Of teenagers. An Irish born Indian parent. Oh heavens above, this is not the India I know. I wouldn't dream of leaving my house under the control of a bunch of partying teenagers. I wouldn't be that crazy. I'd have to be on hand to see to everything.

    Poor Tiana has a double weight of responsibility. Being the 'sensible' one, she's expected to keep an eye on her immature friends as they party with abandon, succumbing to the risks of too much to drink and the chance of illicit groping (and parents, we all know where that ends up!!!). Then when the party gets out of control the parents are disappointed in Tiana and her friends are annoyed with her for not 'stopping us on time' or some other such mad reason. What a bunch of wimps! With friends like that, you have a problem.

    For my money, Tiana is a nice girl. But she needs new friends. Preferably as soon as possible.

    I experienced a little nostalgia about teen 'dating' when I read this. Not that I ever actually 'dated' when I was a teen. Dating when you're a teen in Tiana's circle means you agree with a boy that you'll 'be his girlfriend.' Whatever that means.It doesn't seem to mean that much. But it does seem to mean you can't flirt or dance with another boy. While you're the boyfriend's territory, so to speak. If your boyfriend decides to 'break up' with you because he wants to concentrate on his studies, you have to be cool and not throw a tantrum. But if you don't throw a tantrum he may think you don't 'love' him 'cos you don't want to 'fight for the relationship.' Oh, yeah? Then if you ex ever so much as hears that you liked another boy while you two were still dating, boy are you in trouble. He'll start hating you. And turn the gang against you. Why? Because you cheated on him last year. Even if you didn't. Then you follow each other around your co-ed school saying things to each other like 'we have to have a serious talk. We have some issues to discuss...'

    If that's teenage dating, I'm glad I opted out. What a freaking waste of time. Somehow, I think that this story has been toned down somewhat. Parents, read this book and get some idea what may be possibly going on (or not) in your young'un's life.

    The book is well written and flows nicely. I did enjoy reading it even if the subject matter wasn't my usual reading fare. Well, I am a parent, not a YA.

    Incidentally, as the book reaches it's zenith, a terrible twist comes in. Tiana's grace and dignity in coping with an absolutely unjust and dreadful experience really impressed me. I realised that I had engaged with the character, when I found myself cheering for her as she turned the problem on it head.

    As for my kids, they'd better concentrate on their studies. Or else!
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