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Thursday, 20 February 2014

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ONE NIGHT @ THE CALL CENTER
Well before reviewing this book I would like to say about the source from where I got this book. Before the vacation I heard Nirupam saying some good comments about this book, after hearing this I asked him whether he had any copy of this book so that I could borrow his book for reading during the vacation. Luckily he had one and he gave it to me for reading. Well that’s how I got this book and let’s continue with the same book review topic.
One night @ the call center was written by the writer Chetan Bhagat.The book was printed in India by Nutech Photo lithographers. It was published by Rupa Publications India Private Limited. He dedicated this book to his twin sons and his wife who helped him to create this book with little bit of help from him too. The book contains about 268 pages. The book contains 30 chapters including the prologue and epilogue. The book’s cover page contains different accessories which are available in a call center and is printed with blue colour. The book costs 140 rupees.
In the winter of 2004, a writer met a young beautiful girl in a night train from Kanpur to Delhi. In order to pass their time the girl offered to tell a story in one condition that he should make it into his second book. After hesitation as he promised the girl he would do it she started telling him the story. The story was about or rather I would say that the book was about six people, 3 guys and 3 girls working in a call center named ‘connexions’. They were Shyam, Military Uncle, Radhika, Esha, Vroom, and Priyanka. All of them had different problems like Shyam wanted to be the group leader, Military uncle wanted to stay with his grandson and his son etc. All of them had their own problems and common among them was their manager Bakshi. All of them attend calls dealing with problems related with their own home appliances. On a usual working night day they all go for a car ride and as it was rainy outside they along with their company Qualis car fell into a construction pit. As they were about fall deeper inside the pit they got a phone call from god. The voice from the call said many important things which were needed in man’s day to day life.
The reason why I loved reading this book is that this novel not only depicts the basic problems of a man but it also gives an idea about to face the problem without fear. This novel gave me confidence to face any problem without backing up.      
Well then, I request all of you to go through this amazing contemporary novel of Chetan Bhagat at least once.
Reviewed By
M.Surya
S3729
IX C  
KV Kanjikode
THANK YOU!

KVK Student


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