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One Night @ The Call Center epub

by Chetan Bhagat


One Night @ The Call Center epub

ISBN: 8129108186

ISBN13: 978-8129108180

Author: Chetan Bhagat

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Rupa & Co. (February 2, 2006)

Pages: 276 pages

ePUB book: 1106 kb

FB2 book: 1510 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 317

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Welcome to one night @ call center, another witty, dark novel from the award-winning author of the national bestseller Five Point Someone. Are you ready to take the Call?

Welcome to one night @ call center, another witty, dark novel from the award-winning author of the national bestseller Five Point Someone. Are you ready to take the Call? Developed by The Prathamesh Technologies & Media.

Home Chetan Bhagat One Night at the Call Center. THE NIGHT TRAIN FROM KANPUR TO DELHI Was the most memorable journey of my life. One night at the call c. .One Night at the Call Center, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22. To my twin baby boys. Firstly, it gave me the idea for my book. And second, it is not every day you sit in an empty compartment and a young, pretty girl walks in. Yes, you see it in the movies, you hear about it from friends friends, but it never happens to you.

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Chetan Bhagat’s delicious romantic comedy takes us inside the world of the international call center, where cultural cross-wires come together with perfect pathos, hilarity, and spice . Nov 22, 2010 Arlington rated it did not like it.

Xii, 291 pages ; 23 cm. Six friends are selling home appliances to the US from a call centre in India

Xii, 291 pages ; 23 cm. Six friends are selling home appliances to the US from a call centre in India. Call agent Sam works right beside the girl who's just dumped him. He's dating someone he can't stand, just to get over her. Esha wants to be a model and is sleeping her way up the ramp. Vroom wants to change the world. Radikha's just found out her husband is having an affair. Tonight is Thanksgiving in America, and customers are complaining about white goods going wrong

One Night @ the Call Center is a novel written by Chetan Bhagat and first published in 2005. The novel revolves around a group of six call center employees working at the Connexions call center in Gurgaon, Haryana, India

One Night @ the Call Center is a novel written by Chetan Bhagat and first published in 2005. The novel revolves around a group of six call center employees working at the Connexions call center in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. It takes place during one night, during which all of the leading characters confront some aspect of themselves or their lives they would like to change. The story uses a literal deus ex machina, when the characters receive a phone call from God.

Black Swan, 2007 - Call centers - 318 pages. There was something oddly readable about this book, even though the writing style felt stilted, and dialogue forced (and everything said a little too obvious) and the plot itself was somewhat. Tonight is Thanksgiving in America, and customers are queueing up to complain about white goods going wrong. On this night of a thousand phonecalls, when life couldn't look more dismal, one unique caller gets on the line. And that call is going to change everything.

One Night @ The Call Cent. has been added to your Cart. Keeps one glued to the book with real life happenings in a call center. Office politics and romance are very interesting to read.

When I first saw this book on the 80 percent off table at a local book store I was moved to pick it up by the title. Call centers are very big here in the Philippines

When I first saw this book on the 80 percent off table at a local book store I was moved to pick it up by the title. Call centers are very big here in the Philippines. Very near us are offices for IBM and HSBC in huge ultra modern building with all the amenities possible and surrounded by American style fast food restaurants. When we go past the offices in the day time the big parking lots are completely empty. The employees start working somewhere around 800 in the evening as most all of their clients are in the USA. The government is doing a lot to promote these businesses.

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Novel on IT, cultural issues, by author of Five Point...
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Compared to other literary works by Indian authors this one lacks the sophistication and polish. Yet it gives one an insight in modern Indian society. A tad too nationalistic at the end...
It's terrible. The plot is ridiculous and the language is atrocious. It is a perfect example of 'bad writing'!
So things are not going so well. Your girl friend is going to marry another guy; your job is going to disappear, and your boss has just knifed you in the back. Don't you wish you would get a call from God explaining how to sort it out? You must still solve the problems, but sometimes all we really need is a push in the right direction.

A delightful and readable tale about the people we talk to at night when we can't get our high tech stove to work and their hopes, dreams, and crushed expectations. Highly recommended light but thoughtful reading.
This is a very nice first or second piece of fiction. I get a chuckle out of people throwing around the word "novel". Mr. Bhagat really stretches the sense of term "novel" by referring to this short non-fiction volume as a novel on the cover page. Novel? Perhaps in the sense that no one in my recollection has written a story centered around an Indian call center. But, a novel? Please. Doesn't novel imply a work of art or a serious attempt at art? This is not art.

Of course, if you can get by the "Americans are fat stupid idiots" pabulum sprinkled throughout the volume what you get is a very well told story about some young Indian kids striving to get ahead. The narrative and dialog, while not exactly riveting, is certainly entertaining and worth a read. I'm not expert on Indian culture, but I went to school and have worked with many Indian experts and have grown to respect the work ethic and general willingness to "get along" with people. I've always wanted to visit India and this book has done nothing to dissuade me.

I was hoping for more information or anecdotes about the inner workings of call centers. Often new "novelists" do so much homework on their subject that you actually feel like you're reading history or some other non-fiction type of work covering the subject.

Again, a nice summer read. Good job Mr. Bhagat and best of luck with future work.

And, hey, call center work sounds like a grueling, repetitive, frustrating job. So, I can forgive the anti-American stuff. If I were working a call center in Chicago (who knows) covering India I'd be cursing about customers after a while too.
Good book. Keeps one glued to the book with real life happenings in a call center. Office politics and romance are very interesting to read
Sometimes boring, sometimes O.K.
Big loss. I can't believe. Big mistake. Never repeat. Thanks.