Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger. He has an engineering degree from NIT Trichy and an MBA from IIM. Read Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders. “In April Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese; a stupendously naïve but academically gifted young man (he was ranked 41st in his class); graduates from one of.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. Who Let the Dork Out? I agree that it is not a book about perfect relationships, in fact most of them here are quite superficial but they should have been given far more space to create any kind of impact.
God Save the Dork (Dork Trilogy, #2) by Sidin Vadukut
This was a terrifically fast rea I quite liked the first book in the series and finally got around to read the sequel recently after more than a year of its release. The ending is abrupt and disappointing but considering that 2 more books are coming up in this series, this may not turn out to be a farce.
I finished it only because I paid for it. Good read, but somewhere after the reaching the middle, the book does tend to become a bit overbearing. Not bargaining for the umpteen lakhs of CTC cost to company per year, but writing.
Now I am going to find the first part of this book and will read and write a review here. If you are one of those type of readers who don’t care much about the lack of a storyline and just want to have FUN, you will surely enjoy this one.
Books, Me and Ujval’s Lounge. Sidin lives in New D Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger. I don’t mind picking the other two of this dork trilogy for leisure time light reading. Written in the form of diary entries, it traces the funny and not-so-funny experiences in his life at Dufresne Partners. Is that what he means by unreliable narrator?
Varghese finds that he fits into the culture remarkably well. Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese lives the life we all know. Return to Book Page. Someone should send a card to the writer and the Penguin editing team Anyway, varghede way through, I can’t think of single thing that is good in it. Vwrghese have you not given a glossary? Safe and Secure Payments. It will be fun to meet some of them sometime. Ready to read the 3rd installment today.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. However Sidin tries too hard to make it funny and it shows in the writing.
Dufrense receptionist tells him that they have sent him an offer letter to his college address 3 weeks back and yet did not receive an reply. One reason could be that when the story is about a boy, bashing women becomes natural and almost unavoidable.
God Save the Dork
There is also an element of suspense as the story proceeds. If you are in the consulting profession, you Dork goes on London secondment.
Damn Blog, stop bugging. With their not being a solid storyline to the book, the attempts at humour become all the more dull and do not contribute in entertaining the reader. This book is written in the first person, in the form of diary entries.
Enjoy it for what it is.
Dork, the Adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese
Enraged, I gave the book one star rating on the website and proceeded to all other sites and gave one star everywhere. This book is about a management graduate who gets into a jo http: And we are all suckers for that kind of shit.
A ridiculous, unfunny story about a repulsive, morally bankrupt toerag in an equally unappealing company. If you’ve already read Dork, the prequel to this book, you aren’t in for a surprise.
He also realizes that the one-sided relationship with B-school batchmate Gouri Kalbag might be over before it even started. After that he visits his home town and starts waiting for the offer letter. There are quite a few positive reviews, so it must be just me. Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger.