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Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin 'Einstein' Varghese PDF, ePub eBook Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here In April 2006 Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese; a stupendously naïve but academically gifted young man (he was ranked 41st in his class); graduates from one of India’s best business schools with a Day-Zero job at the Mumbai office of Dufresne Partners; a mediocre mid-market management consulting firm largely run by complete morons. Va Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here In April 2006 Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese; a stupendously naïve but academically gifted young man (he was ranked 41st in his class); graduates from one of India’s best business schools with a Day-Zero job at the Mumbai office of Dufresne Partners; a mediocre mid-market management consulting firm largely run by complete morons. Varghese finds that he fits into the culture remarkably well. Or does he? Through a stunning series of blunders; mishaps and inadvertent errors; Robin begins to make his superiors rue the day they were driven by desperation into hiring him. With things going spectacularly wrong in his professional and personal life; will Robin manage to achieve his short-term goal of being promoted to Associate in under a year? Will love conquer all and will Gouri walk with him through Dadar Department Stores with her hand in the rear pocket of his jeans? Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese is for all of those who’ve ever sat depressed in cubicles…and wanted to kill themselves with office stationery. Especially that letter opener thing. Join Robin as he navigates his first insane year at Dufresne Partners in this first volume of the Dork trilogy.

30 review for Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin 'Einstein' Varghese

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dk11

    Well, writing a blog and writing a book is as different as speed dating and marriage. I liked Sidin's blog and hence ordered this book online, got it yesterday and read it in one sitting. Again the same theme so famous in this decade - IIMA graduate and his life , IIMA graduate author writes, IIMA graduate authors reflection and probably a peep into his own life... Common guys, now its becoming a cliche. If u like masala movies, then u will like Dork. All those guys singing the 3 idiots anthem w Well, writing a blog and writing a book is as different as speed dating and marriage. I liked Sidin's blog and hence ordered this book online, got it yesterday and read it in one sitting. Again the same theme so famous in this decade - IIMA graduate and his life , IIMA graduate author writes, IIMA graduate authors reflection and probably a peep into his own life... Common guys, now its becoming a cliche. If u like masala movies, then u will like Dork. All those guys singing the 3 idiots anthem will love this book. BUt if u are one of those rare ones, who swear by pulp fiction, and saw sin city 3 times just to hear the dialogues, or are enchanted by one scene in Kill bill where Uma displays her HuttoriHanso,..u will find it ok. When I love a book or an author, I read some sentences twice.. while I read Dork in a single sitting after skimmig through a lot of pages.. I guess RC training for IIM Entrances helps in reading fictions about IIMA grads. ;)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sunil

    Much against the advice of friends, I picked it up on a whim whilst travelling in India as I fancied reading some Indian fiction this year. I should have just listened to my friends. I tried my best, I tried even using strategic breaks in between to finish it off but I couldn’t bring myself to read any more than about 100 odd pages. For all practical purposes I have abandoned it. Yes, it is really that bad. First off I don’t think you could call it a book even if you stretch your imagination by a Much against the advice of friends, I picked it up on a whim whilst travelling in India as I fancied reading some Indian fiction this year. I should have just listened to my friends. I tried my best, I tried even using strategic breaks in between to finish it off but I couldn’t bring myself to read any more than about 100 odd pages. For all practical purposes I have abandoned it. Yes, it is really that bad. First off I don’t think you could call it a book even if you stretch your imagination by a light year. It doesn’t fall into any known definition of a fictional book: There is no narrative trail, no plot, no characterization or for that matter not even a purpose for this book. The writing is traumatizing when not unbearable. For instance words like 'nonchalantly' and 'earnestness' are peppered casually throughout the paragraphs; it makes you feel like you are reading a junior school essay written by a student who has been highly impressed by the MS word synonym suggestion for the word cool. Personally, I've never come across an Indian or a non-Indian for that matter who uses nonchalantly so casually. The protagonist Robin Varghese is perhaps the most dumb, egotistical, misogynistic, distasteful character I have ever encountered in a book. I can’t even imagine that such a person exists, forget relating to him. From a watchman who for some reason shooes him away to his colleague who dislikes him everyone is a 'Bastard' to him. In the meantime, he rejoices stealing hotel towels and quietly wanks off (literally!) at who appears to be, according to his own admission - the love of his life. God save her really! Frankly, I would like to meet someone who has made an entry in their diary saying they wanked off at their love interest, or perhaps a writer who would deem it fit to use for one of his characters. Utterly disgusting! The rest of characters, if one can really call them that are vague cardboard sketches that only exist inside the narrator’s mind. There is nothing to suggest that they are or even could be real. Horrible characterization is one thing, being hopeless at research is another. The book doesn’t even get the facts right. Check this: Somewhere the book implies that illegal Indian migrants in Uzbekistan were responsible for investigation in/by EU! Uzbekistan isn’t a part of European Union. Neither would European Union bother about industries operating elsewhere nor does EU a common labour immigration policy! That's basic general knowledge if you expect yourself to use Uzbekistan in your fiction. Further point of interest that we all know here is Uzbekistan is one of the countries where emigration is more of the problem than immigration. It has not yet signed all the conventions of the UN charter on labour immigration . It was famously forced to ratify minimum age of labour last year or the year before. The point being no one gives a damn about labour or immigration in Uzbekistan. (Someone should send a card to the writer and the Penguin editing team) Anyway, half way through, I can't think of single thing that is good in it. Clearly it’s been big mistake I picked it up. I’m embarrassed to have read it till wherever I did but I don’t see any other choice but to abort it. Sidin Vadukut joins the esteemed Shoba De as my abandoned authors. Finally, I'm not aware how it's been received in India. I can’t believe one would find it funny by any measure. It’s not my book, I suppose it’s the sort of the book for someone down the street or even down the timezone, where people might want to read it and sit around talking how funny they had found it. I gave a single star as that's the least one could rate here. Avoid. To my shock I learnt that this is just the first segment; that, there is a trilogy planned. Someone should stop him.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Avid

    This book’s popularity is spreading like fire. If you are even vaguely in touch with the world of books by Indian authors, there is no way you could have missed this book. The Dork, Sidin Vadukut’s debut novel, is about Robin ‘Einstien’ Varghese’s transition from a B-school graduate to an associate in a business consulting firm. Einstien is a typical naive-and-stupid guy who can be found in every batch of every single college that exists on this earth. He is the kind of guy who sports thick fram This book’s popularity is spreading like fire. If you are even vaguely in touch with the world of books by Indian authors, there is no way you could have missed this book. The Dork, Sidin Vadukut’s debut novel, is about Robin ‘Einstien’ Varghese’s transition from a B-school graduate to an associate in a business consulting firm. Einstien is a typical naive-and-stupid guy who can be found in every batch of every single college that exists on this earth. He is the kind of guy who sports thick framed glasses, has oil dripping down his hair, has a stupid grin stuck on his face all the time – you know who I am talking about, right? This guy can be found in every movie ever made on college boys and girls. BTW, that description is entirely mine, Vadukut does not give us a glimpse of how Einstien looks like. The book takes the form of journal entries by Einstien. He has a habit of writing down the activities of the day where he treats his Diary as a confidant. He pours his heart out, bears his soul and is totally honest with his Diary. Through his journal entries, we get a glimpse of how Einstien’s world is, through his eyes, of course. The book starts with the journal entry for the day when Einstien gets a job – Day Zero job, mind you. It then goes on to show how he manages to goof-up at every point in his life, how utterly unaware he is of the world around and how innocent and naive he is. We have some hilarious incidents which include alcohol, a huge plastic duck and some puking. Another such incident has Einstien trying to solve the storage space crisis to store one lakh ball bearings. There are some smart-ass characters who are Einstien’s bitter enemies and some who he sympathizes with because they are not as smart as he is. Bring in a love interest and we have all ingredients for an interesting dorm story. I bought this book after I read about it on Jai Arjun’s blog. His thoughts on the book: Shameless plug: we both enjoyed the book hugely. The trope of the unreliable narrator is something I usually associate with serious literary fiction, but Sidin pulls it off very convincingly in a fast-paced comic narrative. His protagonist Robin Verghese is magnificently clueless about what’s really happening around him. I have always found his reviews very helpful. I read We need to talk about Kevin after I read his review and I am grateful to him for introducing me to this book. But, this book…. I don’t know what he is saying. Unreliable narrator? We see through Verghese the moment he opens his mouth, I mean his first journal entry. The reader knows that what Verghese thinks about himself is not necessarily true. Is that what he means by unreliable narrator? I am confused about this book. If it is supposed to be hilarious, then it is not. I probably laughed just once while I read the entire book. Satire?I think not. Are we supposed to laugh at Robin Verghese? I don’t find him funny, but irritating. Are we supposed to sympathize with him? I can’t because he irritates me. A literary master-piece which is disguised as a light-weight book? If that is so, then I totally don’t get it. There are quite a few positive reviews, so it must be just me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Pawan

    http://iandbooks.wordpress.com/ It is a perfect light reading book when you really do not wish to worry about literature or history. “Dork: The incredible adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese”, is a new age chick lit that leaves you laughing and wondering about consulting business as well. I should not be saying that Sidin Vadukut has followed the style of Chetan Bhagat but still there are many similarities in authors as well as writing. This book is about a management graduate who gets into a jo http://iandbooks.wordpress.com/ It is a perfect light reading book when you really do not wish to worry about literature or history. “Dork: The incredible adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese”, is a new age chick lit that leaves you laughing and wondering about consulting business as well. I should not be saying that Sidin Vadukut has followed the style of Chetan Bhagat but still there are many similarities in authors as well as writing. This book is about a management graduate who gets into a job in consulting industry and his whole life seems to be a series of goof-ups. The preposterous way of him getting a job, the way he ends up in wrong situations at wrong time, the complete absurd-ness of doing consulting work but most of all his confidence in himself that never goes down. When you read about a character who is facing trouble all the time, you normally feel sympathetic towards him but in this case, the author has not left a single good thing about him. In fact, I felt bad when he actually tastes success through another series of goof-ups. I am not sure whether I should call it my fortune or mis-fortune but I have not seen this aspect of the industry in my career. I was trying to find out something good about the industry in the whole book but it was satire all along. Some of the episodes in the book really stand out. The idea of using excess ball-bearings to create a memorial of a dead dog who died due to ball-bearing is absurd and really innovative. The interview of Einstein in the end is horrible and hence extremely funny. I feel that there must be a lot of Robins out there. It will be fun to meet some of them sometime.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bhumish

    I never read Chetan Bhagat's novels and I will never bother to read them. But reading Sidin Vadukut's "Dork" was fun and entertaining. On a not so serious note, the book describes the protagonist's journey while working for a consulting company. Robin "Einstein" Varghese aims to gain a promotion in a short period of time. His transition from a B-school to working for a consulting company, experiences and (mis)adventures while undertaking the tasks, his encounter with loveliest lasses including hi I never read Chetan Bhagat's novels and I will never bother to read them. But reading Sidin Vadukut's "Dork" was fun and entertaining. On a not so serious note, the book describes the protagonist's journey while working for a consulting company. Robin "Einstein" Varghese aims to gain a promotion in a short period of time. His transition from a B-school to working for a consulting company, experiences and (mis)adventures while undertaking the tasks, his encounter with loveliest lasses including his batch-mate Gouri Kalbag and particularly the buxom babe called Megha,fantasising about love-making with those lasses, his constant use of profanity against his colleagues, pontificating about his own 'innate' ablities and other kind of histrionics (I think I mentioned all of them) are mind boggling. With its fast pacing narrative and a funny storyline Sidin Vadukut (unlike Chetan Bhagat) assures the reader to kill his/her own time effortlessly and gives a sneak peek into the shady world of Consulting. My only objection - the title of the book. It should have been titled as BOZO instead of DORK.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Aarthi

    Sidin Vadukut is one of the few, intentionally funny writers in India, who manages to capture the subtle nuances of urban Indian humour delightfully well. Our regional prejudices, (CWG Tweet - Welcome Srilanka, am Malayalee and both of us don't like Tamils or from the book - Einstein's mom goes, 'we should have sent him to a South Indian institute where he wouldn't have been influenced by spoiled north Indians!), educated middle-class attitudes are nicely satirized in his columns and blogposts, Sidin Vadukut is one of the few, intentionally funny writers in India, who manages to capture the subtle nuances of urban Indian humour delightfully well. Our regional prejudices, (CWG Tweet - Welcome Srilanka, am Malayalee and both of us don't like Tamils or from the book - Einstein's mom goes, 'we should have sent him to a South Indian institute where he wouldn't have been influenced by spoiled north Indians!), educated middle-class attitudes are nicely satirized in his columns and blogposts, while a lot of it is there in the book, I was disappointed by it. I enjoyed Einstein's inflated sense of self-importance, as even while having access to only his point of view, I could see what other's thought of him and laughed along with them, but only for a bit. After the first few chapters, despite Vadukut's flair for humour, the book fails to make you laugh. It is like this, when you meet a Dork for the first time, you laugh and snigger at him behind his back with your friends and colleagues, after a point, you get sick of this person and he begins to get to you.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shweta Iyer

    Mediocre story with a clichéd plot. The narrative is shockingly bad. The language used is least impressive. Overall I would rate this book 1 star out of 5

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lyazzat

    Brilliant, funny, like a breath of fresh air! The contemparory writing with a huge sense of humor plus relates the current economical situation. Loved the book and will definitely recommend it

  9. 5 out of 5

    Abhisek Pandey

    (1 point something out of 5) An okay read to accompany your travel. This is the first of the trilogy on the adventures of a management graduate, who is stupid, irritating, somehow funny, obnoxious, but somehow makes a lot of things happen around him. The main character is very nicely developed but you don't quite connect with him, which I had expected before picking the book. However, considering the character's scale and nature, the story flow is mostly okay, barring few chapters where things pr (1 point something out of 5) An okay read to accompany your travel. This is the first of the trilogy on the adventures of a management graduate, who is stupid, irritating, somehow funny, obnoxious, but somehow makes a lot of things happen around him. The main character is very nicely developed but you don't quite connect with him, which I had expected before picking the book. However, considering the character's scale and nature, the story flow is mostly okay, barring few chapters where things proceed abruptly. I somehow think that it would have worked well if the author could talk a little more about other characters and the main character was a little bearable. Overall, you can read the book if you want, it's a light read anyway. But it's fresh in comparison to dozens of books released in India every month by IIM and/or IIT alumnus about IIM and/or IIT. The diary style works well too. Be forwarned, there's nothing hilarious or literary in the book. You would not connect with, agree with, or laugh at the characters, rather you will be irritated or disgusted, or at the most, you will sympathize. I won't go for the other two books of this trilogy. Sidin's tweets are better than the book, IMO! :)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dipesh Mehta

    To err is human. I erred BIG time when I bought this book. What should I write about this book...wait a minute...let me recall the story...the book is an absolute crap. I thought the book would be a fun read, but I was wrong, the book has nothing to offer for an average reader like me. The writing is awful and so is the character Robert 'Einstein' Varghese in the book, throughout my read I was just aimlessly cruising around the pages and finally manage to finish it. Too bad the site doesnot allo To err is human. I erred BIG time when I bought this book. What should I write about this book...wait a minute...let me recall the story...the book is an absolute crap. I thought the book would be a fun read, but I was wrong, the book has nothing to offer for an average reader like me. The writing is awful and so is the character Robert 'Einstein' Varghese in the book, throughout my read I was just aimlessly cruising around the pages and finally manage to finish it. Too bad the site doesnot allow me to give half star. PUKE PUKE PUKE this is what I feel exactly after reading the book. :(

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dushyant

    This one was a disappoint. Sidin's blogging prowess influenced my purchasing decision and I ended up fighting boredom to finish this book. The book is funny in pages, attempts a humorous narration of a grad school boy's experiences while he wades through his consulting job. Reasons the book failed for me: 1. Attempt to hold the workplace & job as punching bag became a typecast 2. My brush with Chetan Bhagat's 2 States & 3 Idiots made this an overdose of the 'Post school experiences' stories

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ayush

    A really really boring book where you wish you could slap the protagonist. All attempts to make it interesting fell flat. Einstein sees the world completely oblivious of the way world sees him. I am surprised how someone as insane as him made it to IIM in the first place. If that was not enough, he manages to get a hot chick on his side too. The stuff he mentions about management consulting firms, is that for real ?

  13. 4 out of 5

    Karthick

    NEVER TRUST ANYONE WHO WORKS IN YOUR COMPANY, IN A SUPPORT FUNCTION OR IN A COST CENTRE.. THEY ARE ALL BASTARDS!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sumit

    hilarious!!! enjoyed thoroughly!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Abinaya

    It is definitely a mood booster! A hilarious light read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Saumya Gopi

    Sidin... Stick to the blog !

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pallavi Navale

    It's a light read.. Will have you in splits certain times :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Srikanth

    The Dork By Sidin Vadukut Did you any time in your life feel the humiliation when everyone around you, even after being less competent when compared to you, take away all the accolades. This book deals with life of “Robin Einstein Varghese” and how he felt when everyone around him treats him like a dork in his professional field. The author “Sidin Vadukut” tried to maintain the narration in a dark and humorous way. Reading an novel which deals with professional field/personal life can easily get The Dork By Sidin Vadukut Did you any time in your life feel the humiliation when everyone around you, even after being less competent when compared to you, take away all the accolades. This book deals with life of “Robin Einstein Varghese” and how he felt when everyone around him treats him like a dork in his professional field. The author “Sidin Vadukut” tried to maintain the narration in a dark and humorous way. Reading an novel which deals with professional field/personal life can easily get on the readers nerve if not dealt well. Sidin succeeds to reach the readers in a big level. The author starts the narration with an author’s note where in he shares how he accidentally found someone’s personal dairy and how he go this idea about writing down the content of the dairy as a novel. Basic Plot: The Lead character Robin Einstein Varghese is on the day zero of his campus recruitment process. It is like an do or die situation for him. Thats when he enters the interview for Dufrense and to everyone’s surprise he cracks it up big time. After that he visits his home town and starts waiting for the offer letter. Thats the time when this so called einstein gets the first shock of his life. He gets an email from the Dufrense people saying that they are planning to withdraw the job offer since they cant stand irresponsibility from its employees and that they felt robin had no work ethics. Reading that email robin’s life shatters before the computer monitor. He then calls up the Dufrense and inquires about the email. Dufrense receptionist tells him that they have sent him an offer letter to his college address 3 weeks back and yet did not receive an reply. Robin then somehow convinces the lady representative that he has called up to dufrense office and asked them to update his address to his home town. Then comes the big first day @ office and for robins surprise everything goes on fine. Robin gets assigned to a project and he handles it well. Just when everything seems to be going right an unusual thing happens at an project success party. “With heavy Booze comes great Hangover and even greater problems”. When robin enters his office the next day he gets weird reaction from his colleagues. Some colleague look at him in disgust, some looked at him in pity and some mocked at him. Robin looking at this feels that there is something fishy going on in the office. Thats when he comes to know that after 3- 4 vodka shots yesterday he acted real insane. He got on to a table and jumped on to one of his colleagues in wrestling style and this was video taped and uploaded on youtube by some unknown person from his office. The readers looking at Robins strike rate with girls would have never guessed that robin varghese can ever have a girlfriend in his life but as some prophet once said that “dogs do date and every dog has a day “, so this dog got its chance one fine day. Gauri Kalbag it was, the ladylove of Mr.Einstein. They started dating and how, the shrewed Einstin used his cunning skills to “patao” this girl. She followed her, sketched a plan and used it to the tee. He was cunning i say, real cunning. So this dating thing went on but einstein would have never guessed wats in store for him in the coming months. 3 Major Shocks The first one coming his way when he was selected for a project. The client asked resume of each and every candidate working on the project and the day of meeting, clientele asked dufrense to remove robin from its project as they felt that he could harm their reputation and their business. Robin world started rotating. He had no clue what those clients meant but once they showed dufrense people the youtube video which was taken when robin was under alcohol influence. Dufrense rep’s and robin bent their heads in shame. The second shock. After the first shocking incident robin was absolutely sure that dufrense is going to fire him so he started sending resume to all well known companies who con pay him 12L per annum. He felt 12lacks for a real genius is pretty less. He got a call from babykutty’s friend and he said that he wanted dufrense to work for them and that he heard real good things about robin from babykutty(who was robins Malyali friend) and he wants robin to work in the project. Even after knowing that he is going to get fired in a day or two robin kept his kool and said that he will surely work for them and said that dufrense is a company on which they can blindly bank on. The next day the dufrense head called robin and said that he was happy Leonark (babykutty’s friends company) is going to be their project but dufrense cant take any risks on this project and that they cant include robin in this project, but they are not going to fire him. Hearing this robin had this mixed feelings in him. He felt like this was the second chance god has given him and he should not screw this up. The Third and final: Booze gets out everything from ur mind. Booze bro Booze, we have got the best project of this year and this is all because of the Einstein, Robin Einstin Varghese said one of the representative. These were the last words which robin remembered as he got up from his bed next day. He then saw his phone with congrats messages and some voicemails. He had no idea wat happened the last night. As he entered his office, his colleagues gave him the same looks which they gave when they saw robins youtube video. As he sat down in his cube and opened his email he saw an voice-mail and to robins horror it was none other than robin speaking in that voice mail. Gawd wat did i do now were the first words to come up in robins mind. Then as he tried to recollect wat all happened last night. He slowly started to get it. After 3-4 vodka shots (see even here the culprit is vodka) robin started to loose his calm and started to act weirdly. He then went into an higher rep’s office and opened his phone and started to speak about how dufrense is misguiding their clients and how Leonark had many problems yet dufrense will just waste their time & money and on the last minute give them some silly suggestions and escape from there and after such hard hitting lines robin hit the number 0 on the phone keypad which sends the voice mail to everyone in the office. Recollecting what had happened last night robin in depression took his bag and started walking back to his house and once he entered his room his roomate said that the voicemail was being played on cnn-ibn. This was when robin really wanted to commit suicide out of this international humiliation. The Conclusion: After this event, Dufrense’s higher rep invited himself to the Cnn-Ibn Office for an interview and stated in his interview that they are proud of robin as he has a clear idea about wat the clients needed and that robin wanted to push his c0-employees to work for the betterment of the client. He went on to state that ” He has the thinking of a genius and he is the future of Dufrense”. In one day Robin went on to become an international figure. He was then promoted to an senior associate position in Dufrense. I give this Book 3.5/5

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karishma

    I think this book is called 'Dork' because 'Douchebag' is too long. A ridiculous, unfunny story about a repulsive, morally bankrupt toerag in an equally unappealing company. "Satirical dig at the consulting industry", my foot. Note: Really a one star book at the very most, so the second star is mostly to make myself feel better about reading the next 2 books even though this one sucked. Completionist tendencies are the worst.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sonali Dabade

    I'm not sure what to write of this book. It's well-written - the language is really good. But I didn't find it as humorous as it promised to be. Yes, the first few pages I did find funny. By the end of the book, however, I was and still am pretty irritated by Robin 'Einstein' Varghese. If he existed in real life, I'd give him three or four resounding slaps. And maybe that is the whole point of the book - the blind, overconfident dork who doesn't know right from idiocy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Haresh Bhardwaj

    A hilariously entertaining read. A stereotyped, but largely accurate description of the consulting business. Engineers and management professionals will instantly connect with the protagonist. Robin 'Einstein' Varghese lives the life we all know. Making gigantic presentations and convoluted reports is something we excel at.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Arvind

    A fun breezy comic read about an MBA who joins a management consulting firm. Very readable bcoz it has been written in the form of diary entries, mostly a couple of pages long. On to book #2 in d trilogy.

  23. 5 out of 5

    VENKATRAMAN C K

    10 % Truth + 70 % Exaggeration + 40 % suspension of credibility = hilarious reading

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nithya

    One of my favorite books by an Indian author! I laughed out loud in a couple of places.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Samiksha Neroorkar

    Hilarious!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gauri Parab

    Easy breezy read. Ideal for reading while traveling. Has a fair share of laugh out loud moments. :)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Uthira

    A fun read

  28. 5 out of 5

    Meghana R

    Funny and Relatable.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nita Bajoria

    Enjoyed it thoroughly.... good humour

  30. 5 out of 5

    Saji Nediyanchath

    Was ok in parts.. Started off on an interesting note, giving huge hopes. Towards the end things went downward, and ended up on a rather blunt note.

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