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One Summer In Poleru

by   Nanda Kishore Rajanala (Author)  
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A government school in Poleru village is destined to be demolished by the authorities. What would Renu do to save her humble school? A public protest leads to the unraveling of an illegal land-deal racket and a murder in the otherwise peaceful village. Braving all odds, Renu saves the school and protects Poleru.

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ISBN 10 8-8857-5007-3
ISBN 13 979-8-8857-5007-3
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
ASIN OSP-001
Publishing Year 2022
Release Year 2022
Publishers Rati : An Imprint Of Garuda Prakashan  
Category Fiction   Motivational  
Weight 200.00 g
Dimension 20.00 x 13.00 x 2.00

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A government school in Poleru village is destined to be demolished by the authorities. The school was once a gurukul during the Chola period and a testimony to the rich history of the then prosperous cluster of villages in the kingdom. What would Renu do to save her humble school? Well, the Buffalo Garu gives he the wisdom to believe in herself and gather the courage to act. As the summer begins, Renu and her band of energetic friends – Lakshmi, Mary and Sweta, resolve to save the school.

An innocent act of public protest leads the girls to unwittingly expose an illegal land-deal racket run by some powerful people. Things get worse when a politician linked to it gets brutally murdered. Inspector Prasad, an honest and patient man of the law, investigates the maze of connections that rattles the quaint village. Curiosity, grit, honesty, and selfless human bonds work in unison to save the school...and braving the odds, Renu protects Poleru.

 

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Sweet Nostalgic Tale

This book is excellently written. It has a feeling of nostalgia reminiscent of Malgudi Days. As nowadays many people are stuck at home, they're trying to relive their childhood by remembering past memories. And this is why I think this book should be a hit! The plot was a very accurate description of life in a South Indian village, so in my opinion people interested in Indian culture will especially love this book.
Review by - August 27, 2022
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