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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Ruchi Certified BuyerHyderabad 20 Apr, You could see the effects of me trying his writing style.
Too bad the site doesnot allo To err is human. Dec 28, Abhijeet Sharma rated it really liked it. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Nirbhay Anand Who Ever finds the new, new thing and makes it happens, wins! I loved the first book and could not wait to get my hands on the second, which was thankfully brought acro Aiyyo Deivammey, this book finished even before I started.
Feb 23, Vineet rated it it was ok. Sidin writing is something varggese is easy to connect, easy to read and funny to implement.
That being said, humour is one of the most difficult subjects to write on, and the author tries his best eknstein get the reader laughing. I’d recommend it as vwrghese good companion to have on a short flight or train ride.
It makes for some light reading and one should be able to finish it in a few hours before it gets too boring. Usually delivered in days? Quite a disappointment when you compare it with the first book which was extremely funny and kept the reader involved.
It is a racy, funny ride which you won’t mind taking on but will ultimately leave you with a sore bum. Till the next Robin adventure happens, I better stick to Domain Maximus blog. Nov 08, Deepak Gopalakrishnan rated it it was ok. Reader Rayna Book reviews, hauls, discussions, and more! Open Preview See a Problem?
Dork, the Adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese
The preposterous way of him getting a job, the way he ends up in wrong situations at wrong time, the complete absurd-ness of doing consulting work but most of all his confidence in himself that never goes down. He was cunning i say, real cunning. This book is about a roin graduate who gets into a job in consulting industry and his whole life seems to be a series of goof-ups. Written in the form of enstein entries, it traces the funny and not-so-funny experiences in his life at Dufresne Partners.
Some of the episodes in the book really stand out.
Dec 15, Bhumish rated it really liked it. I was quite lucky to have stumbled upon the sequel in a friend’s collection. In itself, it continues to be laugh out loud funny from first page to last.
Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese by Sidin Vadukut
Would never try to do Anu Malikisim ever again. This is for the lover of Bollywood-ishtyle comedies. Nov 11, Arvind rated it really liked it. There are good number of ‘haha’ moments as the story progresses.
Chayanika 21 Jan, This time it looks like the same thing. In fact, it is difficult to summarize the plot. We’ve in fact finished plotting Dork 2 and Dork 3 already.