Book Review – Confessions Of A Call Centre Worker – Kris Yonzone

confessions-of-a-call-centre-worker-400x400-imadjmmrtzewzhmuRupa books has come out with the “Confessions” series and this book is the second book of the lot. I think they are coming up with one book from this series each month. I have already read “Confessions Of A Private Tutor”, the first one from this series some time back and didn’t like it much and “Confessions Of A Call Centre Worker” belongs somewhat to the same league.

The book focusses on the life of call centres and perks and things associated with it. ┬áNightshifts, phone calls, agitated managers, frustration, teams, competition, junk food, trash talks, sex, contraceptives, condoms and more, this book is about a small town boy who moves to a big city, Kolkata, to get away from his family. Peer pressures from the family made him do that. They always wanted him to get a government job and settle down but the guy’s dreams were made up something else. He pursued them and with the help of his cousin brother, gets into a call centre only to find out that he has become just another nightshift worker.

The writing style is extremely simple and the book is 130 pages long. A quick read but I am not really sure if you will be impressed by it. I wasn’t much.

Book Source : Publisher
Publisher : Rupa Books
Genre : Fiction
ISBN : 978-81-291-2411-1

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