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Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin 'Einstein' VargheseAlternate Cover For This ISBN Can Be Found HereIn April 2006 Robin Einstein Varghese A Stupendously Na Ve But Academically Gifted Young Man He Was Ranked 41st In His Class Graduates From One Of India S Best Business Schools With A Day Zero Job At The Mumbai Office Of Dufresne Partners A Mediocre Mid Market Management Consulting Firm Largely Run By Complete Morons.Varghese Finds That He Fits Into The Culture Remarkably Well Or Does He Through A Stunning Series Of Blunders Mishaps And Inadvertent Errors Robin Begins To Make His Superiors Rue The Day They Were Driven By Desperation Into Hiring Him.With Things Going Spectacularly Wrong In His Professional And Personal Life Will Robin Manage To Achieve His Short Term Goal Of Being Promoted To Associate In Under A Year Will Love Conquer All And Will Gouri Walk With Him Through Dadar Department Stores With Her Hand In The Rear Pocket Of His Jeans Dork The Incredible Adventures Of Robin Einstein Varghese Is For All Of Those Who Ve Ever Sat Depressed In Cubicles And Wanted To Kill Themselves With Office Stationery Especially That Letter Opener Thing.Join Robin As He Navigates His First Insane Year At Dufresne Partners In This First Volume Of The Dork Trilogy.

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin 'Einstein' Varghese
  • Sidin Vadukut
  • English
  • 22 November 2017
  • 9780143067115

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  1. says:

    Well, writing a blog and writing a book is as different as speed dating and marriage I liked Sidin s blog and hence ordered this book online, got it yesterday and read it in one sitting Again the same theme so famous in this decade IIMA graduate and his life , IIMA graduate author writes, IIMA graduate authors reflection and probably a peep into his own life Common guys, now its becoming a cliche If u like masala movies, then u will like Dork All those guys singing the 3 idiots anthem will love this book BUt if u are one of those rare ones, who swear by pulp fiction, and saw sin city 3 times just to hear the dialogues, or are enchanted by one...


  2. says:

    Much against the advice of friends, I picked it up on a whim whilst travelling in India as I fancied reading some Indian fiction this year I should have just listened to my friends I tried my best, I tried even using strategic breaks in between to finish it off but I couldn t bring myself to read any than about 100 odd pages For all practical purposes I have abandoned it Yes, it is really that bad.First off I don t think you could call it a book even if you stretch your imagination by a light year It doesn t fall into any known definition of a fictional book There is no narrative trail, no plot, no characterization or for that matter not even a purpose for this book The writing is traumatizing when not unbearable For instance words like nonchalantly and earnestness are peppered casually throughout the paragraphs it makes you feel like you are reading a junior school essay written by a student who has been highly impressed by the MS word synonym suggestion for the word cool Personally, I ve never come across an Indian or a non Indian for that matter who uses nonchalantly so casually.The protagonist Robin Varghese is perhaps the most dumb, egotistical, misogynistic, distasteful character I have ever enc...


  3. says:

    This book s popularity is spreading like fire If you are even vaguely in touch with the world of books by Indian authors, there is no way you could have missed this book The Dork, Sidin Vadukut s debut novel, is about Robin Einstien Varghese s transition from a B school graduate to an associate in a business consulting firm Einstien is a typical naive and stupid guy who can be found in every batch of every single college that exists on this earth He is the kind of guy who sports thick framed glasses, has oil dripping down his hair, has a stupid grin stuck on his face all the time you know who I am talking about, right This guy can be found in every movie ever made on college boys and girls BTW, that description is entirely mine, Vadukut does not give us a glimpse of how Einstien looks like.The book takes the form of journal entries by Einstien He has a habit of writing down the activities of the day where he treats his Diary as a confidant He pours his heart out, bears his soul and is totally honest with his Diary Through his journal entries, we get a glimpse of how Einstien s world is, through his eyes, of course The book starts with the journal entry for the day when Einstien gets a job Day Zero job, mind you It then goes on to show how he manages to goof up at every point in his life, how utterly unaware he is of the ...


  4. says:

    is a perfect light reading book when you really do not wish to worry about literature or history Dork The incredible adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese , is a new age chick lit that leaves you laughing and wondering about consulting business as well I should not be saying that Sidin Vadukut has followed the style of Chetan Bhagat but still there are many similarities in authors as well as writing.This book is about a management graduate who gets into a job in consulting industry and his whole life seems to be a series of goof ups The preposterous way of him getting a job, the way he ends up in wrong situations at wrong time, the complete absurd ness of doing consulting work but most of all his confidence in himself that never goes down When you read about a character who is facing trouble all the time, you normally feel sympathetic towards him but in this case, the author has not left a single good thing about him In fact, I felt bad when he actually tastes success through another series of goof ups.I am not sure whether I should call it my fortune or mis fortune but I have no...


  5. says:

    I never read Chetan Bhagat s novels and I will never bother to read them But reading Sidin Vadukut s Dork was fun and entertaining On a not so serious note, the book describes the protagonist s journey while working for a consulting company Robin Einstein Varghese aims to gain a promotion in a short period of time.His transition from a B school to working for a consulting company, experiences and mis adventures while undertaking the tasks, his encounter with loveliest lasses including his batch mate Gouri Kalbag and particularly the buxom babe called Megha,fantasising about love making with those lasses, his constant use of profanity against his colleagues, pontificating about his own innate ablities and other kind of histrionics I think I mentioned all of them are mind boggling.With its fast pacing narrative and a funny storyline Sidin Vadukut unlike Chetan Bhagat assures the reader to kill his her own time effortlessly and gives a sneak pe...


  6. says:

    Sidin Vadukut is one of the few, intentionally funny writers in India, who manages to capture the subtle nuances of urban Indian humour delightfully well Our regional prejudices, CWG Tweet Welcome Srilanka, am Malayalee and both of us don t like Tamils or from the book Einstein s mom goes, we should have sent him to a South Indian institute where he wouldn t have been influenced by spoiled north Indians , educated middle class attitudes are nicely satirized in his columns and blogposts, while a lot of it is there in the book, I was disappointed by it I enjoyed Einstein s inflated sense of self importance, as even while having access to only his point of view, I could see what other s thought of him and laughed along with them, but only for a bit After the first few chapters, despite Vadukut s flair for humour, the book fails to make you laugh It is like this, when you meet a Dork for the first time, you laugh and snigger at him b...


  7. says:

    Brilliant, funny, like a breath of fresh air The contemparory writing with a huge sense of humor plus relates the current economical situation.Loved the book and will definitely recommend it


  8. says:

    Mediocre story with a clich d plot The narrative is shockingly bad The language used is least impressive Overall I would rate this book 1 star out of 5


  9. says:

    1 point something out of 5 An okay read to accompany your travel This is the first of the trilogy on the adventures of a management graduate, who is stupid, irritating, somehow funny, obnoxious, but somehow makes a lot of things happen around him The main character is very nicely developed but you don t quite connect with him, which I had expected before picking the book However, considering the character s scale and nature, the story flow is mostly okay, barring few chapters where things proceed abruptly I somehow think that it would have worked well if the author could talk a little about other characters and the main character was a little bearable.Overall, you can read the book if you want, it s a light read anyway But it s fresh in comparison to dozens of books released in India every month by IIM and or IIT alumnus about IIM and or IIT The dia...


  10. says:

    To err is human I erred BIG time when I bought this book What should I write about this bookwait a minutelet me recall the storythe book is an absolute crap I thought the book would be a fun read, but I was wrong, the book has nothing to offer for an average reader like me The writing is awful and so is the character Robe...

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