One Night at the Call Centre :Chetan Bhagat

In winter 2004, a writer met a young girl on a night train journey. To pass the time, she offered to tell a story. However, she had a condition: that he make it into his second book. He hesitated, but asked what the story was about.

The girl said the story was about six people working in a a call center, set in one night.

She said it was the night they got a phone call.

That phone call was from God.

Welcome to one night 2 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?

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1 comment:

  1. My first book of Chetan Bhagat was "Revolution 2020". That book, may be, good for first time readers but I felt it's a naive novel with a ludicrous plot. Being optimistic, i gained the courage to give a try reading any of his other books. Upon my friends suggestion, in this regard, I bought this.

    I finished this book in single night which, at the end, made me feel that the night was simply wasted. The meekly existing veil of inclination towards chetan bhagat's books too simply burned up to ashes after reading this book. No worthy content, no enticing plot and nothing. May be he showcased the woes of call center people but its no way narrated genuine and placid. He tried adding some masala to the story but failed. He tried to include a fragment of philosophy by bringing God into context but it ended up like ridiculous.

    Instead of wasting time on books like these, there are plethora of others in the world that really make literature, for reading which not even a life time is sufficient. Intelligently try to spend time on such books.