Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger. He has an engineering degree from NIT Trichy and an MBA from IIM. Read Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders. “In April Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese; a stupendously naïve but academically gifted young man (he was ranked 41st in his class); graduates from one of.
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The author recounts the typical incidents that are likely at Indian Engineering colleges and a typical management consultant assignment.
These were the last words which robin remembered as he got up from his bed next day. Vadukut – but relentless foolery can be a tad boring.
If you don’t like the first book, try this one, too.
Dork, the Adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese
This time the proceedings take place in London where the protagonist has been hired as a consultant for a leading bank. A breeze if you sit down and read it at one go, a real lifesaver at the end of a long work day.
Karthik Gowda 29 Aug, It is like an do or die situation for him. This is one read you need to pick up purely for its ability to spring laughs and chuckles on you when you least expect it. The trope of the unreliable narrator is something I usually associate with serious literary fiction, but Sidin pulls it off very convincingly in a fast-paced comic narrative. There are good number of ‘haha’ moments as garghese story progresses. Making gigantic presentations vargheese convoluted reports is something we excel at.
A hilariously entertaining read.
Really a one star book at the very most, so the second star is mostly to make myself feel better about reading the next 2 books even though this one sucked. This is for the lover of Bollywood-ishtyle comedies. Einstien is a typical naive-and-stupid guy who can be found in every batch of every single robib that exists on this earth.
I admit that I enjoyed reading it, but I wished it put Robin into more distress than it had managed.
Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese
My vatghese association with Kerala began with annual vacations from Abu Dhabi, where I grew up with my barghese. Feb 21, Sumit rated it it was amazing. His thoughts on the book: CRAP with occasional jokes, should I call them even that. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I vargehse have written Dork 20 years ago and got him to play the role! Just when everything seems to be going right an unusual thing happens at an project success party. I don’t have words to express this but all 3 books are hilarious.
Read on to see how Robin manages to goof up at the right places at the right time. Sidin lives in New D Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger. But then they said that this would interrupt the spontaneous flow of Varghese’s writings.
Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese by Sidin Vadukut
And then I moved permanently to the State in when I joined St. It is a warm, light read and those privy to the corporate culture will certainly find it amusing. I hadn’t liked the first Dork book that much but this one, I cackled at.
My Blog could be turned into another of those Robinatory adventures. Till I Find Someone Better!
God Save the Dork (Dork Trilogy, #2) by Sidin Vadukut
I was excited about Dork 2. He blogs at http: If it is supposed to be hilarious, then it is not.
I loved the first book and could not wait to get my hands on the second, which was thankfully brought across continents by dear Amma who flew over most of the continents in the world, to get here to El Salvador. Now that i got your attention Blog, this aint Dorks story, its my story. His stupid antics and his belief in his non existent theoretical consulting abilities takes the readers on a roller coaster of silliness. Learn how your comment data is processed. The first pages are absolutely hilarious as Sidin introduces us to lots of really funny characters.
You would not connect with, agree with, or laugh at the characters, rather you will be irritated or disgusted, or at the most, you will sympathize. Chucked after 3 pages.