Golden Bars of Freedom
Tucked deep in the recesses of every human heart, lies buried, the treasure of moments etched evergreen in one’s memory. Reminiscences of carefree and mirthful days spent at school, form a cherished portion of those golden memories. The Prison of Freedom is the first book in a series of books that elaborates on the incidents that take place in L’ Étudiante Éclairée (LEE) International School, nestled in the small hill town of Coonoor in the Blue Mountains.
The story opens with the enrolment of Dorothy at LEE. She finds herself in what she interprets as an austere circus of performing idiots and is unwilling to be pushed towards discipline and orderliness, impractical qualities for which she has no purpose in life. Her unruly ego and indomitable character refuse to bend to what she perceives as irrational rules solely framed with the purpose of bringing calamity into the lives of teenagers at the boarding school. Unable to get her hands on a cell phone, Dorothy is cut off from her social circle and whimpers like a crow ensnarled in an electric live wire. Thanks to her petulant nature, Dorothy makes a few friends and countless enemies. She sniffles and sobs, bubbles and bobs as she confronts people of various shades of character that she had never imagined existed!
Masking her annoyance, hiding her fears, she also has her share of fun and adventure with her new found friends. She decides to play up the game, tame her unruly spirits temporarily and prove herself to her mother so that she can triumphantly win back her freedom.