In his third novel, the well liked educator and writer Ömer Açık is telling a philosophical story extending from school corridors to life itself. The novel challenges the often used alphabetical order and attracts interest with its narrative full of surprises. The writer invokes the forgotten power of words and raises the question of important concepts such as justice, freedom, solidarity using peaceful realistic characters. The last novel of Ömer Açık, whose children’s novels such as A Station Called Violet and My Dad’s Hilarious where he relates neighborhood stories full of hope, are greatly enjoyed and appeal to readers of all ages.
The only reason Veysel and eight more students cannot buy the school’s dashy blazers is alphabetical order. From now on they are the blazerless of the school. Well whose idea was it to place A at the very beginning followed by B and C and place Z at the very end? Veysel will fight against this injustice and an unsigned notice will create a snowball effect. Now, everyone including the teachers are challenging rote implementations. Will the successive questions brought up open the way to new ideas?