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Who Let the Dork Out? by Sidin Vadukut

Who Let the Dork Out? (edition 2012)

by Sidin Vadukut

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Title:Who Let the Dork Out?
Authors:Sidin Vadukut
Info:Penguin (2012), Paperback, 256 pages
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Who Let the Dork Out? by Sidin Vadukut



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Dork III continues the adventure of Einstein. It appears that whole fun in Dork series is about quirks, idiosyncrasies and self aggrandizing of protagonist. So book isn't funny any more because you kind of expect things to fold in certain way. It's to the credit of author that characterization is solid and unwavering but this very thing - reflected in way diary entries are written - makes no room for any surprises. If a diary entry is unbelievably happy and optimistic then you know that next entry is going to turn things upside down. If things are too bad then you know that Robin will be amazingly lucky and will find a way out. You know that his belief in his own capability and blindness to his own idiocy is mind-boggling. For a keen reader of Dork series Dork III was placid till end. Yet, I can confidently say, to whoever is reading this as first book in Dork series, be ready for side splitting laughter and humour you've not seen before! ( )
  ashishg | Feb 13, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0143414097, Paperback)

With just 12 months to go before the 2010 Allied Victory Games in New Delhi, there is pandemonium at the Ministry for Urban Regeneration and Public Sculpture. Specially appointed by the prime minister to oversee preparations for the Games, the ministry now find themselves in the centre of a media storm.

Preparations are months behind schedule--they had completely forgotten about Takewondo --and the minister Badrikedar Laxmanrao Dahake not only has to deal with an irate PM but also with, high intrigue in the Lok Sabha, fiendish investigative journalists, and a relentless BBC reporter who insists on interviewing him live in English. Dahake is about to resign when he runs into an unlikely saviour: master strategist, media expert, and international financial wizard Robin Einstein Varghese, currently running the Delhi Lederman office.

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