Yay or Nay: Yay really. It’s exaggerated and funny. Am sure most of us would have done this in our Corporate life. Of course would have heard many do it too. 😉
Review: This is the first book in the ‘Satire’ genre I read and found it truly hilarious. Silly but really funny. Won’t deny that I didn’t get bored in between and sarcastic ‘yaya’ nods in some parts, but sure had fun reading it. Many a characters in the book were similar to real life ‘colleagues’. The book is about an employee in a Corporate trying to make a name and get some fame, I mean more an appraisal and a promotion. It depicts the ‘Manager’ who everyone has to deal with and their funny mannerisms at times. The HR parts are hilarious(may mostly be the same as the one in your office 😉 #JustSaying) .
I would recommend everyone in the ‘Corporate’ to read it because you sure are going to laugh out loud. This book is like a compilation of the many jokes you make about work and colleagues just to get your point across but at the same time not to sound too serious. For someone who is looking for a super quick read, this is FOR YOU!
My Takeaway: Exaggerations are super funny when all you want to do is have a little funn. Especially when you want to write a story. 😉 There are always two ways to make a point, the serious way and a funny way. Trust me, people actually listen when you make a joke and drive a point! One of the reasons for the John Oliver’s ‘Last Week Tonight‘ show to be such a hit, isn’t it?
Book Details: Publishing year: 2015 | Publisher : Leadstart | Genre: Humour
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