Confessions of a Listmaniac-The life and Times of Layla the Ordinary by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan is the story of a seventeen-year-old. Confessions of a Listmaniac by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan Well, it was a pleasure to have an autographed copy from the writer, seemed like. Confessions of a Listmaniac – The Life and Times of Layla the Ordinary [ Madhavan Meenakshi Reddy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Author: Keshura Arall
Country: Romania
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Personal Growth
Published (Last): 21 June 2017
Pages: 488
PDF File Size: 13.39 Mb
ePub File Size: 15.94 Mb
ISBN: 969-3-80904-591-7
Downloads: 73488
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Jujinn

Terry and Amy Hansen. Want to Read saving…. 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 ]. A seriously funny, coming of age novel by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan.

Jan 10, Ratanjot Passi rated it liked it. Apr 25, Shannon rated it really liked it. Jul 05, Malvika Puranik rated it liked it Litsmaniac Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

She isn’t the moaning type like some protagonists from chick-lit books usually do Okay, so I’ll begin right-on. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. However, again, for a book so small, Meenakshi Reddy portrayed the idea of peer pressure in a really comprehensible and precise manner.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. If this is the true scene going on in Indian co-ed schools nowadays, India has “progressed” beyond words. Confesion rated it liked it Jan 10, Sounds interesting, listmzniac check it out! It was early morning as x rays of sun brushed past my cheeks in the month of december. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I enjoyed it thoroughly and it was an easy and breezy read.


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. Nothing I’d write home about.

Confessions of a Listmaniac : Madhavan Meenakshi Reddy :

Good example of peer pressure! In my times a couple of decades backco-ed schools themselves were a rarity in India, and times and relationships were listmzniac that forward.

It turned out listmsniac be a great one-time read. More teenage-y than I had expected, I reckon. Dec 29, Somya Sahni rated it it was amazing. The story is basically about teenage angst and shows Layla’s secret desire to be extraordinary, to be popular in her school. Mar 15, Shivanii rated it liked it.

Also helps in time management. Manasa rated it did not like it Sep 21, Yet a stunning book. Lists with This Book. This book urged me to go for List making. This one is for all the teens out there. On another positive note, Lists help to preserve memories and if maintained on a daily basis helps to organize the day well.

Jun 10, Soumya Kamatham rated it really liked it. Soumya Kamatham rated it it was amazing Dec 23, It all happened in a moment as I was going to my school and was sitting next to one of my dearest friends.

  IPC-A - 600G PDF

Confessions of a Listmaniac

A third person perspective allowed me to understand that such habits are not totally gibberish but can be listnaniac as a practical way of judgement.

Thats the magic of this book. No trivia or quizzes yet. 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.

The innocence of the characters will surely give you a reason to smile.

Return to Book Page. Mar 19, Aiyesha Sharma added it.

Books by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan. Neeva rated it really liked it Jun 17, Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I have come to believe that List making can be turned into an art if you let it. Sneha rated it it was ok May 28, Jul 18, Avani added it. Reminded me of a few movies esp one with Lindsay Lohan in it I’ve watched on tv. Seventeen-year-old Layla knows that journal writing is way retro but thinks, why not recreate the whole blog thing in a notebook? Mar 27, Athulya Komalan added it.