Kavya is comfortable with her name. Her brother's name? Not so much. She is mortified of her address: 708, Kansas, Grand Canyon, Banglore, India. She has friends that believe she is a vampire, (at best). Sure, Kavya has issues. But the ones mentioned earlier are the least of them. Her mother is trying to cut them off from society in general. Her father is trying to cut himself off from her, her brother, and mother. She has board exams, and she hasn't studied, at all. Can she just start her life over again?
I started reading Jobless Clueless Reckless and I was shocked. *Eyes pop out of skull, chin hits the floor* I was shocked because of the way it was written. The language, the texting type of writing. and the sentence structure do not in any way seem like something Revathi Suresh would write, (I say this because I do know her and you do not expect this kind of writing from her). After I recovered from that shock I found the book to be good. Which is to say average, not too mind-blowing. I think that the back cover or the blurb hyped up the entire story a bit too much, which made me expect certain things in the book, but my expectations were never realized. Another issue that I had was that the book was a bit hard to follow, in the beginning mostly, but there were certain times later on when I felt a bit lost. I would give Jobless Clueless Reckless 3 stars.
Here is the Goodreads link for Jobless Clueless Reckless: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17383592-jobless-clueless-reckless