Summer Of 72: Sunny Side Up

(6 customer reviews)

Rs. 156.00

Publisher : APK Publishers
Author : Anjali Waradpande
Number of Pages:136
Binding: paperback

SKU: APK-23 Categories: , , Tag: Product ID: 1819

It’s the seventies. Surili, a young school going girl living with her parents and younger brother in New Delhi, is enjoying her summer vacations. A very attractive young college boy moves into a flat bang opposite theirs, and Surili has an instant crush on him. But to her dismay, he doesn’t even seem to be aware of her existence. So Surili consults her Guru and best friend Baby, her neighbour and a „miss know it all?, on mission „befriending Gaurav?. In between her „Gaurav dreams?, Surili also has to deal with Guddu (her younger brother and the epicenter of many hilarious moments) and family (read that as mainly Mummyji’s) tensions. Surili’s Pappaji dotes excessively on his younger brother (Chachaji), which results in a sulking and sarcastic Mummyji shooting acid-tongued arrows at Pappaji. And then, quite out of the blue, Chachaji buys a brand new house and invites all for its „Grihapravesh? puja. So what happens at the Grihapravesh function? Does Baby?s advice work for Surili and does she successfully befriend Gaurav? Read this sweet, coming-of-age story to find out…

Additional information

Weight0.25 kg

Anjali Waradpande


Summer Of 72


APK Publishers







Number of Pages





5.5" x 8.5"

Publishing Date

May 2013

6 reviews for Summer Of 72: Sunny Side Up

  1. Karan Kolhapure

    No doubt the book was very interesting to read. It was humorous and very elegantly portrayed “a PERFECT Indian family”. Characters seem very real which make this book the best entertainer! Excellent story and narration as well. If you read only one book this year this is it!!
    Avidly waiting for your next book!

  2. Shubhada Vaze

    This is an immensely readable book with plenty of laughs. I have just finished reading it for the second time and it hasn’t lost its freshness. The characters seem very real and are very relatable. For a first book the author has done a very fine job. One thing for sure when one reads it one is totally lost in the book and it’s flavour of the seventies! Grab a copy today!!

  3. Manju

    The book ” SUMMER OF 72 SUNNY SIDE UP ” Is really good.I have enjoyed reading tjis book.It took me into the year 72 and the nostalgic moments “RELIVED “. all THE CHARACTERS are just perfect humour inputs are correctly placed.
    this book has a message for the present age TEENS .the value of family bond In present scenario to me ” SURILI ” is ” FANTASTIC “.. I highly recommend this book for todays “SHE YOUTH

  4. Sudhanshu Shrivastava

    nice book

  5. Vivek

    Summer of 72- Sunny Side Up’ is a very beautifully written book with an interesting storyline. Dint feel like keeping the book down once i started reading it. The author has done a very good job on the book by writing it in a simple language. The story has a lot of humour quotient in it and some parts are hilarious. The comic timing is perfect. The character of Surili is very interesting. Also her relationship with her family members and friends is beautifully expressed.

  6. Mrudul

    I picked the book only because of its eye catching title & cover page.When i started reading it i could not stop & finished it at a stretch. It is a very sweet book very nicely written & hold the reader’s interest.. I am an engineer by profession & generally read only technical & spiritual books but this is a book for people of all ages.Congratulations to the author. I look forward to her next book with great eagerness.Humor is also nicely woven in the story line that I laughed many times. I enjoyed Janaki’s birthday party a lot .Do buy a copy for yourself it is worth preserving.

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