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Red CardTheir jaw in tter bewilderment Among the four boys was Rishabh Bala the protagonist of the story and whose life is soon taking an pturn in the wake of a similar Red Card Kautuk Srivastava s Red Card is a coming of age story set in the suburban Thane dating back to the year 2006 Rishabh Bala *reached the tenth standard which means he will soon face the terror of Board exams But because of the *the tenth standard which means he will soon face the terror of Board exams But because of the hormonal changes acting on his body Rishab finds himself hopelessly in love with his classmate

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is also the school football team thus adding distraction to his studies He is consumed so much in football tournaments that his books lie on his shelves catching dust And just one such tournaments was the reason why he was doomed Read the book to find out what caused Rishabh Bala s misfortuneMy views How relatable You know how once in a while a book comes along that stays with you for a little longer This was one of those Throughout the book not an instance did I feel disconnected A commendable work by the author with the narration A book based on football might turn boring for someone who doesn t nderstand the game But the author made it so simple with his story #telling I am one of those who only knows who Messi and Ronaldo are When I read # I am one of those who only knows who Messi and Ronaldo are When I read blurb I knew this story was not for me But I am so glad that I was so wrong I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book and every single thing was relatable The pressure of Board exams teenage love parental pressure peer pressure juggling with course books every damn thing was so relatable I could connect to the characters instantly This book is a roller coaster ride Anger jealousy romance every emotion is felt throughout the book Not to forget about the wittiness and humour with which the story was narrated Oh I had a good laugh reading this book after a long long time There was not a single thing that I disliked about the book This book restored my faith Happy Halloween from the Montgomerys (With Me in Seattle, upon Indian authors Trust me you gotta pick thisp ASAP A football fan or not but this book will make its way to your heart In a long time I read a book which is young adult fiction and still managed to convince my heart that Yay I loved it Red Card by Kautuk Srivastava is Prince Henery Sinclair undoubtedly one of my best reads of this year and I am gonna recommend it to allTeenage is a delicate age when a childndergoes a wide array of changes both physically and emotionally There is a surge of passion coursing through young veins aspirations high enough which sound lame to their parents zeal for a thing they love and a lot which the book successfully explores Through the characters which are in their teen years the author attempts to bring out the beauty of being in an im RED CARD by Kautuk Srivastava is a coming of age story that brings back all your teenage memories First off football fan or not you need to pick this book pThe story begins with the nail biting FIFA WORLD final between France and Italy and the infamous Zidane headbutt incident As all the French fans are enraged by the heat exchange between the two players three teenagers in Thane India scream at the French midfielder whereas Rishabh our protagonist is overjoyed with Italy scoring the final goalThe passion for football among this group of friends seeps out from the very first page of the book and it makes you nostalgic of your adolescence RED CARD is narrated through four football tournaments that RIshabh and his friendsclassmates play throughout the year After the sudden resignation of their football coach Rishabh and his team are left distraught with only two weeks remaining for a football match to be held with one of their rival schools However football is not the only thing that the boys need to worry about with the tenth boards just around the corner it is nearly impossible for them to balance both academics and sports at the same timeRED CARD isn t merely about football but is rather a sum total of all the major events and emotions that one stumbles in their teenage years With the pressure of studies building p his heightened feelings of infatuation for Tamanna struggling with peer pressu. Y and hormonally in love But what he yearns for most is victory on the field at least one trophy with his beloved school football teamSet in the suburban Thane of 2006 here is a coming of age story that runs ni. Red card is a breath of fresh air It transports you back to simpler times and paints a vivid picture of school life through strokes of relatable events leaving one reminiscing Srivastava ses his comical talent to thoroughly lace his story with witty remarks This makes the book a delightful lucid read and manages to extract some giggles It even piued my interest in football being a nonchalant viewer at *Best Prior To ThisI Would *prior to thisI would you why I spared the last star but we wouldn t want to spoil things now would we If you are a graduate or are in college done with your 10th standard this book is going to make you very nostalgicThe story starts with 3 friends spending their night watching an epic football match The storytelling skills and narrations are brilliant and the languagevocabulary is easy to Harlem Renaissance understandThe book is parted through four football tournaments where Rishab and his teammates have to face challenges to win the cup along with the most stressful boards examIf you were one of those students who balanced academics along with sports in your final school year you know how clumsy and stressful it can getThe first few pages took it s time to get me interested in the book but as the story progressed with it s wittyness and humour it kept me going The secound half of the book kept me hookedntil the last page with puns nostalgia and a good story amd good character developmentGive the book few pages in the start to be interested in the story Any idiot can kick a ball I don t want footballers I want champions That means one thing and one thing only disciplineRed card by Kautuk Srivastava talks about the The Elvis Enigma (Vegan Vamp, unanticipated turn that the life takes when one reaches adolescence Puberty is a very complicated A nostalgic read Red Card is all about the woozy dizzies of first love and whoopsie daisies ofnfiltered aggression the constant parental pressure the zeal towards a sport or hobby the blind loyalty towards one s team the insights and outlooks and confusions of a teen in general All the plans that needed to be made all the responsibilities reuired to be shouldered Along with that add in an ounce of humor a pinch of mammoth stress and loads of passion and you get a pleasant coming of age read from Kautuk Srivastava where the transition is portrayed strikinglyIt s a light read and realistic as well And the ending is so beautiful and heart touching maybe because it reminded me of my last day of Board Exams it felt like re living a precious moment A fantastic reading experience overall And if you are looking for a similar experience with a thrilling football drama in the background go for it One team One year Everything to loseBlurb From When Rishabh Bala reaches the tenth standard life takes a turn for the complicated The bewildered boy feels the pressure of the looming board exams and finds himself hopelessly and hormonally in love But what he yearns for most is victory on the field at least one trophy with his beloved school football teamSet in the suburban Thane of 2006 here is a coming of age story that runs niue as it does familiar Hopscotching from distracted classrooms and tired tutorials to triumphs and tragedies on muddy grounds this is the journey of Rishabh and his friends from peak puberty to the cusp of manhoodMy Take on The Book When I heard that Kautuk Srivastava had come p with this book I had pretty high hopes since I had seen a few of his shows on YouTube I must say I wasn t disappointed The best book of the lot this one is pretty much closer to reality than the movies that have been churned out this year on student life The characters are pretty much nostalgic and it did bring back my memories of my school days though I wasn t much into sports With right element of humor and excitement along the way this one is a must read for anyone looking for coming of age book For someone debuting with this book this one is a must readMy Ratings 5 out of 5 Four teenage boys sits glued to the TV watching the last match of Zinedine Zidane s career As the referee raises a flashing red card in the air the four boys drops. One team One year Everything to loseWhen Rishabh Bala reaches the tenth standard life takes a turn for the complicated The bewildered boy feels the pressure of the looming board exams and finds himself hopelessl. ,

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Re and his parents constant comments on his bad grades Rishabh is #Just The Most Ideal # the most ideal relatable protagonist one could ever ask forSrivastava has written a book full of drama witty humor puns and everything spicy that keeps you hooked تاريخ جهنم until the very last page I have never said this about any Indian author but this is definitely one book I m going to re read just to relive the experience one time First of all a genuine confession When I read the blurb I was pretty sure that I was going to scream it s me it s me A thousand times or Lol exaggerated response but football is something which lets my senses go out of my reach So coming to the book review The first thing that had caught my attention was the cover and the title Yes both the cover and title go hand in hand with each other and hence we can say that the cover is designed accurately for the content of the bookStoryline It s a coming of age story of Rishabh who s crazy after football and hisltimate goal is to win the final tournament Butbut but everything doesn t sail smoothly for the young lad he is in his 10th grade and pressure of boards is Killing him to the core he is struggling with his hormonal changes making him fall in love along with a burning desire to win at least one trophy for his school football teamI myself was a football player so I definitely turned nostalgic while reading this book and I never felt as if it wasn t relatable a bit It talks about almost everything related to a teenager from peer pressure to hormonal advances it successfully turns a reader on It s so relatable yet heart warming amazing yet heart touching at times witty yet smartly written and a story full of emotions and nostalgia The book also gives s some very valuable lessons about teamwork dedication love and studies If you have a teenage daughter or son do make them read this book It s highly recommendedNarration is apt and lucid It s really well penned I was not disappointed at all my expectations were higher but this book was a package full of perfectionNo flaws determined because I am a football fan but for non footballers too this book is recommended because of its backrop and moral lessons It would take back to your school days and makes you feel good and refreshedIt literally reminds its reader of hisher school lifeIt was a nostalgic read for me Kudos to the Author for writing such a wonderful book RecommendedDefinitely yes for anyone and everyoneRatings 55 Red card is such a appropriate title for this bookThis book reminded me of my school my crushes and teachers and ofcourse the hype of class 10 boards Though I am a occasional football spectator during the world cup and can t say when a goal becomes offside yet I enjoyed this book The book begins with 2006 world cup I was in school back then in class 6 to be and I slept during the match with my parents watched Italy won I didn t even knew France lost ntil I read this book Also funny story a clip from the 2006 final is in the 2010 Shakira waka waka where Italy Jersey no 3 just found out Fabio Grasso scores the goal ntil I read this book i thought Italy won in penalty shootout Back to the bookI knew many Floyd and Krupa from my schoolKnew Rishab Barkha Tammana and EkalavyaAlso knew Abhay So as I was reading I was thinking about those old days and which *sometimes so peaceful and forgotten I wish to go back and re live those days how *so peaceful and forgotten I wish to go back and re live those days how wereMention of Threptin was something from my long forgotten life when I had issue with food and my father cake p with idea to make me eat one stack of butter paper wrapped biscuit as meal and everything turned out okay and how I am overweightIchhadhari subject was something that happened once in every student s life Lmao What with linking park numb and class 10 I dont know Is that a coincidence or ritual I don t knowCan t think of a better ending It seems like a Bollywood movie ending but it s even better Zidane s red card in final of 2006 is the perfect premise for the bookAbout the book the author of this book is married to the cover designer and illustrator of this book. Ue as it does familiar Hopscotching from distracted classrooms and tired tutorials to triumphs and tragedies on muddy grounds this is the journey of Rishabh and his friends from peak puberty to the cusp of manho.