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My least favorite of his books so far but it still managed to grip me enough to finish it off in less than two days... A good read!Published 1 month ago by Deepak
Big loss. I can't believe. Big mistake. Never repeat. Thanks.Published 4 months ago by Jayaprakasan.k
This book is so disappointing I don't know what to say so this will be uncharacteristically short.
It's insulting because of all the nasty things said about Americans. Read more
It's terrible. The plot is ridiculous and the language is atrocious. It is a perfect example of 'bad writing'!Published 8 months ago by roo
The story is good, but the writing style is dramatic and what I would call bollywoodish. I personally like to learn more vocab while reading a book which did not happen here.Published 8 months ago by Madhavi Sathe
This was a fun, quick read, about (mostly) 20-somethings in Delhi who work the night shift at a call center, selling things to Americans, and resolving customer service... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Prof Lesa
I was expecting a lot from this book but was disappointed. Though it says life at Call center, there is nothing specific call center. This could happen in any firm. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sri
I've enjoyed the works of this author in the past, but this book was disappointingly Bollywood-ish. The conversation with God was far-fetched... Read morePublished 11 months ago by KBR
Compared to other literary works by Indian authors this one lacks the sophistication and polish. Yet it gives one an insight in modern Indian society. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Roger Schmid