One Night At A Call Center Ebook

We all need to be better toward each other. So, torture comes first, and then freedom. If not appalled by the total lack of characterization and inane plot this book makes Bollywood seem realistic!

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However, as the story unfolded, the plot development unraveled and fell through. Even to this day, if I can get this frustrated over this book, you could imagine my state of mind after I read this book. By the way, Americans are abundantly and enthusiastically insulted in this book, so think twice before buying it if you are American.

This book describes the sordid saga of Indian call centre employees. The fictional call center provides help to customers of a household appliance manufacturer, and the six person group involved handles the frequent and difficult callers. The six oust an impossible boss, save the call center, and make vital changes in their lives.

As usual, he spins a ridiculous story around a topic that is bound to buy him readers - a call center of the many in India. Open Preview See a Problem? Esha wants to be a model, but keeps getting told that she's too short. If you have money to throw away, time to fritter and absolutely nothing else to read, go for it. Agreed that he's making India read like never before, but sadly he's making them read zilch.

Unwittingly this prejudice mirrors a certain dangerous strain of Hindu nationalism which Baghat criticises in his other novels. Ok the negative stuff - this is fairly superficial whilst pretending to be profound - a pop parable if you like. You have your best-seller ready. And if you've read the above sentence, you can pretty safely skip the book. This self-projection as God is deeply narcissistic and trivialises the sacred.

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Mind you, I am glad he has gotten a lot of people to read in this country and that can never be a bad thing. They come to this realization after God calls them. This was my first Chethan Bhagat I read. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them.

One Night at the Call Center by Chetan Bhagat

Traditional Radhika has just found out that her husband is sleeping with his secretary. And Military Uncle nobody knows his real name sits alone working the online chat. Very mixed feelings about this book.

Priyanka was a weird character! This book very simply leaves you depressed. The fact that I have these strong feelings shows that the book is worth engaging with even if you do not agree with much of it! Except for the occasional laugh and nice finish, this book is a complete waste of time.

One Night at the Call Center by Chetan Bhagat

But tonight is no ordinary night. It takes place during the span of one night, in which all of the leading characters want their lives to change. Lost, dissatisfied Vroom has high ideals, project plan excel template but compromises them by talking on the phone to idiots each night.

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One Night at the Call Center

Never again, is all I can say. Then comes the moment that they receive, on Shyam's cell phone, a call from God. Bhagat may not be the best writer around, but, in a way, his immature writing style really captures the essence of the youth culture he's writing about. How did things go so badly wrong? So, please don't ever read any of Chethan Bhagat's books!

Adolescent in places, fissing with energy, giving you a sugar rush followed by a low sugar crash. The good thing is that the phone call had opened the eyes of all characters and they get to solve their problems on their own.

For the first three-quarters, this is a perfectly decent novel about a group of people working at a call centre. The thing about God calling was kind of stupid as well.

This is something you expect more from Andrew M. Sometimes it is laugh-out-loud funny, the book picks Very mixed feelings about this book. Chetan bhagats books are interesting! This feels far weighter and more complicated than something I can adequately address here.

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Gurgaon India Haryana India. American Chick in Saudi Arabia. One might argue that the author had no business turning it into a fantasy three-quarters of the way through. Finally and for me most seriously is the ridiculous use of God in the novel. You make me realize that I actually don't wish people would quit their boring jobs and write the book inside of them, because sometimes the book inside of them is this shit.

One Night at the Call Center A Novel

Secrets of the Henna Girl. It's funny that we never say it. So I can understand the ani-American element to a certain extent. When I first read Five Point Someone, it was like a breath of fresh air in the Indian book industry and I gleefully lapped it up.

It's tempting to blame the phone call from God. Sometimes it is laugh-out-loud funny, the book picks up pace and as it reaches its climax it is a page turner. There is a savage, if not very profound critique of consumerism, which I welcomed. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni.