❰Reading❯ ➸ Where Girls Dare Author Bhavna Chauhan – Uroturk.info

Where Girls Dare So Cadets, How S The Morale High Sir We Boys And Girls Screamed In Unison Should We Tighten Your Training Yes Sir, Give Us Good He Said Then Whispered To The Chief Instructor, Tighten Their Discipline Toughen Their ScheduleI Ve Never Seen Such Happy Cadets This Is Not A PartyThey Entered The Officers Training Academy At Chennai, With A Single Desire To Be Officers In The Army Soon They Discovered It Was Going To Be An Uphill Task, Literally They Fought, They Bickered, They Cried And They Raised Hell But They Also Learnt They Learnt To Take Push Ups And Punishments, Front Rolls And Figures Of Eight, Strict Discipline And Night Marches In Their StrideWhere Girls Dare Is A Hilarious And Entertaining Story Of What Happens When Fifty Two Lady Cadets LCs Train Alongside Four Hundred Gentleman Cadets GCs , Some Of Whom Believe That Girls In The Army Is A Bad Idea


10 thoughts on “Where Girls Dare

  1. says:

    well,i just finished this book today in 12 hours flat.good enough for a one time read.to sum up the major pluses1.impishly funny in places and crisp one liners of which im a huge fan 2.depicts the indian army training institutes really well and3 well,i always nursed a longing for the NCC and these things.cant really find any minuses except it could have been much


  2. says:

    Very amateurish writing Though the idea behind the book was intriguing and promising fresh lady cadets LCs at the Officers Training Academy set along the lines of Enid Blyton s popular boarding school series St.Clare s, Malory Towers, Naughtiest Girl the writing left a lot to be desired.


  3. says:

    its a hilarious, feel good, fun book..i will recommend it to anyone needing a laugh its a heart warming story of army girl cadets in training n their whacky, fun ways n perspective at life totally un put downable


  4. says:

    Hillarious A perfect read on a lazy afternoon


  5. says:

    Finally, a book by an Indian author who actually knows the rules of grammar and diction This book is a welcome departure from the Chetan Bhagat school of SMS lingo and the where s that dictionary again writing of Jhumpa Lahiri It had an interesting story line, no unnecessary romantic plot and was easy to read Would recommend.


  6. says:

    nice read very realistic book surprisingly excellent grammar with no hinglish dialogue or sms jargon overall an entertaining book


  7. says:

    awesome booktruly a must read


  8. says:

    I loved the simple style and narration of the plot Neatly written in a manner that describe first hand experience in a military academy Loved it.


  9. says:

    great one hilarious but catchy


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