One Night at the Call Centre

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Black Swan, 2007 - Call centers - 318 pages
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A comedy of romance and crossed lines

Six friends are selling home appliances to the US from a call centre in India. Each one has an issue with love. 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 is just short of becoming a model. Two inches, to be precise.

Vroom wants to change the world.

Radikha's trying to manage her mother-in-law, and hold down her job.

Tonight is Thanksgiving in America, and customers are queueing up to complain about white goods going wrong. On this night of a thousand phone calls, when life couldn't look more dismal, one unique caller gets on the line. And that call is going to change everything ...

A romantic comedy of six friends kicking against the system, against their boss, and against each other. Something's got to give ...

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Nothing Good about this book, although you can read it as its not going to take anything from you but only teach you some new eng words.

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I m willing to read this story book as fast as possible.I HV read half and I found its amazing.....

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About the author (2007)

Chetan Bhagat is a bestselling author in India. One Night @ the Call Centre is his first bestselling novel to be published outside India. He lives in Mumbai with his family.

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