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|Publisher||Penguin Random House India|
|Number of Pages||248 Pages|
Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger. He has an engineering degree from NIT, Trichy and an MBA from IIM, Ahmedabad. In a career spanning around a decade, he has made automotive parts, developed online trading platforms, almost set up a retailing company and had a sizeable portion of ...View More
Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger. He has an engineering degree from NIT, Trichy and an MBA from IIM, Ahmedabad. In a career spanning around a decade, he has made automotive parts, developed online trading platforms, almost set up a retailing company and had a sizeable portion of a tree fall on his head. He is currently an editor with Mint.
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Jun 4, 2015
Best Humor ever.
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Jun 30, 2011
You'll love it if you have a good sense of humour..When I saw the book first, I thought probably the guy was testing the waters following the foot steps of Chetan Bhagat.I couldn't have been more wrong. It's a completely different book with a writing style that I'd say only Sidin is capable of. In this book your laugh riot starts right from page one (and when I say page one I mean right from the intro).
Nov 18, 2010
Sidin, what happened to you?!Having read many other samples of Sidin's writing and having enjoyed most, I picked up this one just to show solidarity. But I'll have to admit that I couldn't hold up the show of solidarity past the first twenty pages!
Jan 21, 2012
Immature writingThe review title says it all, very immature writing.Not at all up to the mark. Couldnt even finish the complete book , had to stop mid way as it was so kiddish. The book is Not at all worth a read. Simple Waste of money
Jul 20, 2010
Hilarious Story, Must buy for working professionalsThe reason I am writing comments here is I just finished this book and I could not stop myself from opening my laptop and typing this.
Aug 29, 2012
Highly EntertainingAfter Chetan Bhagat became famous, there was a herd of people who started writing novels and all were based on IIT or love failures. Sidin was the 1st one or rather the 1st one who gave that difference from the routine stories by Indian writers. He just blew us away with the book. Initial few pages were such that the story didnt move but as Dufresene hires Robin, its never a put down book. SUch a highly entertaining book. Even the encounters with Robin's girlfriend was really awesome. And the climax was one of the most thrilling ones you see in movies but happens on a management theme.
Nov 22, 2010
Funny book, hilarious charactersWell, I am the kind of person who reads the book from cover to cover and trust me this one did not disappoint!!
Jul 3, 2010
Great TimepassNever laughed so much in the recent past. The situations that Robin manages to get into are very hilarious.
Nov 17, 2011
A fine debut with a refreshingly different narrativeAfter writing a less-than-favourable review for Dork 2, I felt it only just to say what I felt about it's predecessor.
Feb 26, 2010
Awesome readA humorous look into the consulting industry in India. Dork takes us through the initial stages of a new consultant in a firm through the eyes of a screwed up guy named Robin.