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One Night at the Call Center by Chetan Bhagat
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Oct 06, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: books-about-work
Read in October, 2010

This is the only book I have ever read where the author thanks Microsoft and MS Word in the acknowledgments section.

Pretty thin soup, overall. I picked it up because it's been very popular at the library, and I was interested in the depiction of what it's like to be a young person in India working at a call center. Those day-in-the-life details were the highlight of the book for me. Bhagat's main thrust is that his group of five characters need to face reality, stand up for themselves and have the courage to succeed -- and that India needs to do the same thing. They come to this realization after God calls them. And if you've read the above sentence, you can pretty safely skip the book.
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