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What the community says about One Night at the Call Center
- "I went into this book not knowing what to expect from its unusual premise. The way the author wove together the stories of the six characters and their interactions with their callers kept me interested enough until the end. However the novel definitely lacks the author's usual subtlety and finesse."
- "This book gave me a look into a world I would have otherwise never really looked into. Although the characters come from a different background, I was able to identify with them on a human level and see the similar challenges they face in everyday life. While I didn't really find the book polished, I'd recommend it to my friends."
- "Way too short summary. Romantic comedy about six friends work nights at a call center in India, providing technical support for a major U.S. appliance corporation. Written by Chetan Bhagat, the country's best selling writer. The New York Times called him the “the biggest selling English language novelist in India’s history” and Time magazine named him among the “100 most influential people in the world.”"
- "Interesting book I read on my commute to work. It centers around people who work in a call center in India. Very different premise from what I usually read. Proves that people have the same longings and problems around the world and we are all not that different from each other. It was filled with humor and remorse a good combination. "
- "In this 2005 novel, Six friends work nights at a call center in India. They provide technical support for a U.S. appliance corporation. While they take calls and help the callers, the book goes over their own life issues. However the book is rated okay by many readers and not a "must read" top book given its generally tone and plots. "