A sure recreation asset
30 May, 2013
Genre: Humor, Thriller
Language: Witty, Easy English
Brief: The life story of Indian call-center people, explained in a dramatic way. A couple of guys from call center and the betrayal, the difficulties, the fun they overcome and experience has been portrayed through this. The general call center life and their employees. The hurdles and the enjoyment they go throughout their life in the call center. The story starts with the writer on a train and asked by a beautiful lady stranger to write a novel on the general middle class people of the 20th century (which was the call-center employees), and ends with the writer waking up to see a spiritual being passing him in the train. The rest of it is all research of the writer on the call center life and their employees. One employee being the main character and the surrounding employees being the story movers. All of them ended up in a drastic situation that is going to change their thought process and the rest of their life.
Comments (in brief): While reading the book, the one thing that will make you wonder is, ‘is that a true story!” And believe me, a stories that let people wonder like that are the one that provides the audience some sort of un-explainable satisfaction. A very easy read book and for people who lost their habit of reading book, this can be a good re-start (worked for me). For people with medium habit of reading books, can complete it within one or two days (of-course, including breaks). A well read. Written in a perfect humor English. From my personal experience, I have almost lost my interest on reading book, and then, started it again with this. So if you do have similar kind of friends or acquaintances who all lost their interest on reading books after school, you can always gift this (if he haven’t yet read it, which is quiet unnatural for this famous book). The perfect addition of drama and twist at the end is like “oohhhh!”. Please do read it, it’s worth a read, and might not take more than a day or two to complete the book (if you had a practice of reading, once upon a time).
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