“The author has been really imaginative in the way he talks about things. It does feel fresh to read his similes and metaphors. However, it was too pesimistic. My mind felt full and heavy with all these constant complaints about literally everything. Surprisingly, on the backcover people have been quoted saying how positive and uplifting this book is.
Here are some excepts from this book (almost all sentences are like this):
The first chapter is jam-packed with complaints about the crowd - what makes up the janta, spitters (ppl who spit), gawkers (ppl who squat on the roadside),lechers (ppl who chew paan) etc.
"And on came a barrage of garbage thoughts".
"Here I was, wondering if work is a four-letter word and life is not, why does the corporate world talk about a work-life balance? A botched-up meeting today..."
"Then there are butt-kissers, who would surgically glue their lips to their bosses. Beating them is tough, as this coterie is like a swarm of bees".
"The human mind is a septic tank of crappy thoughts".
"A Wok with Chunk? Why should I wok with Chung? Psst! Who's Chung?"
"Behold the mechanical moron".
"That's the sausage machine a grown-up has no choice (or so one thinks) but to conform to and I was no exception".
If you want to read this book do check it at amazon.com first and read ANY single page first.”
Mugen H wrote this review Saturday, May 19, 2012.