SORTING OUT SID
3.7
69 Ratings & 16 Reviews
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3.7
69 Ratings &
16 Reviews
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5

Terrific

The book served its purpose
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Rakesh Datta

Certified Buyer, Agartala

Oct, 2016

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Was Good.

Sid Life was described well and his Life what all he faces.Loved his story . Not Bad.

It takes time understand ,what is happening with sid life.
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Kumar Avinash.R

Certified Buyer, Coimbatore

Oct, 2014

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A light and funny read, with interesting characters and situations that were easy to relate to.

Sorting Out Sid is, not surprising, about a guy called Sid who is caught in a mid-life crisis of sorts. His marriage is falling apart, his best friend appears to have betrayed him, his job sucks and he keeps putting his foot in his mouth when talking to Neha, a cute single mum he meets at a party. Throw in a kooky tarot card reader, a bossy and interfering female friend, a disapproving father and (wait for it) a beanbag that is also a shoulder to cry on, and you can begin to imagine the madne...
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Rohini Haldea

May, 2014

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Got this book for free

I got this book free with Maxima wrist watch
A wonderful book for all
got this product delivered in just 2 days
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Debasis Nayak

Certified Buyer, Bhubaneswar

Apr, 2014

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A Great Read !

Yashodhara Lal has a special skill to induce laughter even from day-to-day mundane incidents and Sorting Out Sid is a book which is sure to make you smile . Meeting the protagonist Siddharth Agarwal aka Sid is like meeting a guy-next-door. We are so acquainted with his idiosyncrasies , his unintentional messing up of things ...like " So ! when is the baby due ? " ..he blurts out as soon as he points a slightly bulging tummy ! Just think of the embarrassment of the lady who fails to shed tha...
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Maniparna. S. Majumder

Mar, 2014

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Easy read

Its a nice book. Since the words and style of writing is like everyday conversations its a good book to pick up when you want to read something light.
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Nidhi Mittal

Certified Buyer, Gurgaon

Feb, 2014

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Hilarity and depth

Yashodhara paints her characters the way life is – in shades of grey rather than black or white and that’s what makes them so real and so appealing. All the characters in the book have interesting stories of their own interwoven with Sid’s personal and professional woes as he stumbles his way bravely through the trials life throws at him

Laced throughout with her trademark humour, the book deals with issues and people that are a part of everyone’s life and will make you reflect about some o...
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Amit Dinakar

Feb, 2014

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A great gift for the men in your life

Faced with a career that is going nowhere, a failing marriage and parents you do your best to avoid, what do you do?

Sid does all the things we do: drink too much, eat too little, mess up at work and jump to all the wrong conclusions. The real strength of this book is in its refusal to judge anybody, not the clinging parents, not the hysterical wife, and certainly not our messed up, tossed up hero.

Written in fluent, funny prose, Sorting Out Sid is a perfect slice of our lives. There's a lo...
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Sunayana Roy

Certified Buyer, Kolkata

Feb, 2014

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Superb!

It's the story of a man and his struggle with being 'grown up/being a man' though chronologically (he is 36) and on paper (career wise, financially, etc) he 'is'. The author accomplishes 3 things while telling us Sid's story:
1) She captures the hilarity of his struggle to the fullest.
2) Tells us a story which surprisingly hasn't been told before (at least not so entertainingly!)
3) She creates characters that one can 'touch and feel'. My personal favorite was Akash, Sid's 'dhakkan' but 'tho...
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Kaustubh Barooah

Certified Buyer, New Delhi

Feb, 2014

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Sorting out Sid - A Journey of Excitement, Humour, and Dreams

It is a must go book if you want a light right while you take a two hour flight or a train. It is a pretty good book for going on a reading ride.

When I started reading this book, I was like ohh wow...he is like me, like my room mate, or like my boss. I can relate to the character, the setting, and everything around in the book. There is a good, passionate, and hard working character Sidharth aka Sid. There is her wife Mandira and then his passions for poetry, lively evenings, and after all...
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Anant Prakash

Feb, 2014

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