The Backbenchers By Oberoi Sidharth | Fiction
OverViewSummary of the BookSummer Camps have never been a part of Ananya’s life. To her delight, her school offers a camp plan to students this summer. Natasha also signs up for the summer camp as...
- Author Sidharth Oberoi
- Language English
- Pages 224
- Publisher Grapevine India Publisher
- Genre Fiction
Summary of the Book
Summer Camps have never been a part of Ananya’s life. To her delight, her school offers a camp plan to students this summer. Natasha also signs up for the summer camp as she thinks that would be a way to rediscover herself. A few boys also join in and the fun-filled outing is led by a new, young teacher. The students find two new friends – a gifted performer from Doon and a dusky, rebellious girl from Ooty. But they soon find out that the whole idea of the summer camp had a hidden agenda of their new teacher. And as a consequence, they find themselves in danger in a tropical rainforest. What was the teacher’s eccentricity that prompted him to do so? How will the students escape from the trap?
About Sidharth Oberoi
Sidharth Oberoi is an Indian author. He is an acclaimed fiction and non-fiction writer who started his journey of writing with The Pink Smoke. He gained international attention by winning the contest NaNoWrimo. His first two books in The Backbenchers series: The Backbenchers: The Extra Class and The Backbenchers: The Missed Call have brought huge success to Sidharth as a novelist.