Popular One Night at the Call Center Creat Chetan Bhagat am Book Cheta
Popular One Night at the Call Center Creat Chetan Bhagat am Book Chetan Bhagat writes op ed columns for English and Hindi newspapers, including Times of India and Dainik Bhaskar, focusing on youth and issues based on national development Bhagat is also a motivational speaker and has given talks in leading MNCs and other institutions He quit his international investment banking career in 2009, to devote his entire time to writing.In 2008, The New York Times called Bhagat the biggest selling English language novelist in India s history Bhagat, a graduate of Indian Institute of Technology IIT Delhi and IIM Ahmedabad, is seen as a youth icon than as an author.. Press 1 for technical support Press 2 for broken hearts.Press 3 if your life has totally crashed Six friends work nights at a call center in India, providing technical support for a major U.S appliance corporation Skilled in patience and accent management they help American consumers keep their lives running Yet behind the headsets, everybody s heart is on the lPress 1 for technical support Press 2 for broken hearts.Press 3 if your life has totally crashed Six friends work nights at a call center in India, providing technical support for a major U.S appliance corporation Skilled in patience and accent management they help American consumers keep their lives running Yet behind the headsets, everybody s heart is on the line Shyam Sam to his callers has lost his self confidence after being dumped by the girl who just so happens to be sitting next to him Priyanka s domineering mother has arranged for her daughter s upscale marriage to an Indian man in Seattle Esha longs to be a model but discovers it s a horizontal romp to the runway Lost, dissatisfied Vroom has high ideals, but compromises them by talking on the phone to idiots each night 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 They all try to make it through their shifts and maintain their sanity under the eagle eye of a boss whose ego rivals his incompetence But tonight is no ordinary night Tonight is Thanksgiving in America Appliances are going haywire, and the phones are ringing off their hooks Then one call, from one very special caller, changes everything.Chetan Bhagat s delicious romantic comedy takes us inside the world of the international call center, where cultural cross wires come together with perfect pathos, hilarity, and spice.. Popular Kindle One Night at the Call Center I'm really hungry which means I'm in a really bad mood and I will be until I eat something. There is pasta on the stove. Do not fear my hatred. Embrace it. It is hungry, it is the truth. I hated this book in a complete way, like where you go on a journey of hatred to be able to clearly and openly hate it. I hate people that like this book, which is apparently a large portion of India. I hate that I sat on the freeway in traffic thinking "well, I guess it's for a certain sort of reader that doesn't read a book for its beautiful language or interesting characters, it's a pop parable designed for shallow, ignorant people, and shallow people deserve books too, especially when the parable has the message of staying true to yourself" but you are pandering prejudiced poorly written trash and the fact that you don't even know you're trash makes me even angrier. Nobody deserves books this bad. I don't understand how someone could read you if they were not being paid to do so. 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. It should have remained inside you, Chetan Bhagat, inside you where it is too dark to read. The only thing I got out of you was this sentence: "I just had to hear that ass woo my ex-girlfriend with the promise of expensive cars." ass woo. HAHAHAHAH. You were good for a booty call, ONATCC, and nothing more. And you didn't even know that's what you were good for. Fuck you. --I'm still angry, because I actually think this book DOES know that it's trash, and I can't believe this book had the balls to be so bad AND THEN have an epilogue where the author talks to a character, a girl who apparently told him the story, and says "Wow! Some story that was!" "So, did you like it?" "Yes, it was fun. But it also made me think." "There you go. It's one of those rare stories that's fun but can help you as well." Are you fucking kidding me? Are you so lazy and manipulative that you have to have a character mention what they think of the story so that those lines will go around and around in a reader's head after they're done with the story?