The Secret Diary Of The World's Worst Cook

The Secret Diary Of The World's Worst Cook (English, Paperback, GUPTA SUBHADRA SEN)

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The Secret Diary Of The World's Worst Cook  (English, Paperback, GUPTA SUBHADRA SEN)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Penguin Random House India
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9780143331759, 0143331752
    • Edition: 2011
    • Pages: 176
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    A light-hearted story that will appeal to teenagers with its breezy language and fun attitude

    I have spent two days in the kitchen and I hate it. I realize now that this is going to be much more difficult than I had imagined. The other cooks do not really want to teach me, they hate telling me their cookery secrets. Oh Allah! What have I got into?

    Rohin is fifteen and, despite his father’s wishes, wants nothing to do with science in school. But what does he want to do instead? On vacation at his grandparents’ rambling haveli in Lucknow, he stumbles upon the secret diary of fifteen-year-old Hassan Ali, or Hasnu, reluctant cook’s apprentice, the despair of his father and black sheep in a long line of illustrious chefs to the nawabs of Lucknow. As Rohin reads the story of Hasnu’s doomed culinary career, he decides he has to track down Hasnu and find out what happened to the Bekaar Bawarchi. Did he escape the kitchen? What did he do instead? And how did he tell his father he didn’t want to be a cook?

    Rohin’s search unearths some hilarious stories—of spotted eggs; how a famous actress demanded a hot meal; the disappearance of a khandani khazana; of friends and kitchens...

    And one day Rohin realizes what it is he wants to do with his own life.

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    • Puffin
    Publication Year
    • 2011
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    Age Group
    • 9+
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    • 198 mm
    Length
    • 129 mm
    Weight
    • 138 g
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    A very good book. I took me only 3 hours to finish it. Kids will surely enjoy it. I am a mother of teenager boys and had bought the book for them but I was the first to finish it:))
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