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Thursday, 30 January 2014

One Night @ The Call Center

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One Night @ The Call Center


Title: One Night @ The Call Center

Author: Chetan Bhagat

Publisher: Rupa

I.S.B.N: 978-81-291-0818-0

Pages: 276

Price: Rs.95





One Night @ The Call Center is another inspiring, youth touching, dark, non-stop and of course pitch perfect book by the world's No:1 bestseller Chetan Bhagat. Needless to say about Chetan Bhagat because I think there is no need to explain about him as well as the Indian youth and the older Indian is concerned but then also I would like to say about his other works which had of course  enthused the Indian youth which is growing as fast as a bacteria and will  enthuse the world youth  and this does not includes an everlasting list just like the secret seven but has an everlasting list of readers just like for Harry Potter. This includes five point someone, 3 mistakes of my life, Revolution 2020 and at last but not the least 2 states. The story is all about 6 people working in a call center which includes the main protagonist Shyam and followed by other protagonists which act as youth  representatives of India and this includes Vroom, Priyanka, Esha, Mlitary Uncle, Radhika and the story's side effects which  includes Bhakshi, Ganesh and of course the so called "youth enemies" which are none other than their parents. The story starring with these Youth representatives and enemies starts with a boring night duty (which usually act as an enemy of 1/5th of the Indian youth) and goes on revolving and wandering like a lost train and ends with a sense of victory to the Indian youth who work up day and night to bring something new for the country which will be a work of lifetime of their sweat either beneficial or important. Despite the sweat and hardness took for Bhagat to complete this book there is also an another main culprit behind this book and the story is presented in such a manner that  the one who reads this book see before their eyes the real night witnessed by our Indian youth and thanks almighty that the book does not contained any pictures because the presence of the pictures may really make me agree to the opinion it-is-not-worth-reading and I thank Bhagat and all others (who stood beside him to make this a successful one) that it did not had a single bit of image because otherwise the book may have stolen from me the opportunity to imagine which is as better as a butter!!!!!!.

The book is published by Rupa and it worth a five short hundred (95) rupees. The book has really concentrated on the Indian youth which work day and night for their nation until their bones break up. I am proud to be a Bhagat reader and I also agree with the comment Shashi Tharror had published at the back page of this book. I hope you had enjoyed this review and among the readers we let the books do the talking so I hope you are also ready to hear the guttering voice of it which had struck a chord within Indian youth and I hope you are very anxious to know more about the book, the main culprit, the story, their victory and of course THE PHONE CALL!!!!!!!!!!!.

N.RASUL HARIS
VII-C
S4202

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