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  1. says:

    Dear Diary,Today, I completed a wonderful book As you know Diary, Who let the Dork out is the third Book in the Dork Series by the Mint editor and Twitter chirping Peacock Sidin Vadukut But of course, this is his first work that I have ever read You must know that this happens with me all the time, be it the Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov or Harry Potter, I had a one hell lot of haphazard reading Time, Diary, Time I no longer get the quality time to read books and introspect about life Dear Diary,Today, I completed a wonderful book As you know Diary, Who let the Dork out is the third Book in the Dork Series by the Mint editor and Twitter chirping Peacock Sidin Vadukut But of course, this is his first work that I have ever read You must know that this happens with me all the time, be it the Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov or Harry Potter, I had a one hell lot of haphazard reading Time, Diary, Time I no longer get the quality time to read books and introspect about life in general Between thinking about girls and trying not to think about them and concentrating on studies, I have completely lost out on that much cherished for but hardly worked upon habit of serious reading Otherwise, you know me diary I am a hell of a reader Right from the Author s Note it was what made me buy the book till the wedding invitation card from His Hon Jignesh Kalbag of the holy alliance between Gauri Kalbag and Mr Robin Einstein Verghese, I was glued to this Diary Yes diary, this book that I read was indeed a diary Wink Nudge Wink.You must know that I have read a lot of Indian authors, but each and everyone had to say something extremely vile about our beautiful country India yes diary, even I fume in anger Granted that for quite some time the ruling party has been tainted, smudged and tarried in black due to its shady coal auctioning and 2G It is also true that firangis are apprehensive about our Market as they fear that the policy paralysis would bring this country down I even agree that our country is not safe for women But there is no point in jeering at it, no That s why I liked Sidin Vadukut s book His character Einstein is someone whom we can relate to He hates India for the bad things, but he loves it for the good things also And he is continuously striving to improve it, inspite of the Snorenath Tagores and Sergei Bubfucks of the world impeding his progress A truly inspiring character, diary He even believes that toilets are indeed the supreme haven for the entire mankind No, seriously We cannot drop the black pellets of gobar on road like cows, no Diary, you may mock, but Human Beings are Social Animals We cannot shit anywhere We have our image, our self respect, our ego to care for That s why if you had garam pakoras yesterday and today while writing your exams, you suddenly feel that poo poo wants to come out, you have to have an iron fist control A hardly likeable solution but only a soul hardened Zen like me could possibly do that with a poker face Sorry for deviating, Diary, what I am trying to say is that hence a toilet becomes one of the most important things in a happy man s life How much a man eats and how decorated his toilet is tells much about his personality That s why I was delighted to find a similarity between yours truly Vismay and Einstein Great minds think alike Diary, Mr Vadukut is extremely wily He simply renamed Commonwealth Games to Allied Victory Games though of course he mentions CWG in passing and went on lambasting and lampooning about the under preparedness before the games Without naming personalities, he had a supreme amount of fun at the expense of these you know whos Diary, seriously, I am not telling you the names You have to read the book, strain your eyes, catch the subtle hints and glow bask at the discovery It s high time that you start reading, lazy bones.Diary, I say that Sidin Vadukut is a cross between a short tempered P.G Wodehouse sic and funny Arvind Adiga sic You caught the meaning, na I seriously recommend you diary, to read this book and enjoy You would indeed have a wonderful experience P.S What Emma Watson is to Vismay Alienman Harani, Anushka Sharma is to Robin Einstein Verghese


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    I am actually bothering to write a review This is because I laughed till tears were streaming from my eyes and everyone on my flight stared at me as if I was insane Filled with Indian idiosyncrasies and minute observations about life, this kept me entertained cover to cover Being a consultant myself, I identified with the BS Einstein had to go through Daivame


  3. says:

    After reading Sidin s first two books, and following his blog for a long time, reading this book was an obvious for me.I had pre ordered this one online, and was waiting eagerly to grab my hands on it.The book 1 in this trilogy are thereSidin sets the pace and the characters beautifully It marked dork s arrival in the literary world.Book 2 was slightly annoying with predictable plot and gibberish characters.Book 3 continues the same tone of book 1 and 2 in a different setting the Com After reading Sidin s first two books, and following his blog for a long time, reading this book was an obvious for me.I had pre ordered this one online, and was waiting eagerly to grab my hands on it.The book 1 in this trilogy are thereSidin sets the pace and the characters beautifully It marked dork s arrival in the literary world.Book 2 was slightly annoying with predictable plot and gibberish characters.Book 3 continues the same tone of book 1 and 2 in a different setting the Common Wealth games..Er The Allied games Who let the dork out Book 3 is a hilarious satirical take on the mess that was the Games in Delhi in 2010 The story is fast paced, structured and revolves around one thing right from page 1 the allied games in Delhi where the lead character, Robin s company is helping out the government.The subtle and powerful satire to the events in the book makes the book stand out Most of the incidents would make you think about an actual happening that you must have read in the newspapers and especially the political characters immediately take your mind to an actual public personality.The description of the politician who is desperate to get into Tihar jail for advancement of his career as that is where he would be able to network with the who s who of politics and Business stands out The description of the Tihar jail party, the innovatively named food items Anticipatory Bhel, Quattarocheese pizza in the jail canteen and the vivid description of the entrance to the Jail is one other instance where you actually feel Maybe this is really true Overall, the book is an easy read, and it never loses focus on the central issue at Hand The Allied games.A special mention to the innovative narrative used by Sidin right from book 1 Diary entries This makes the flow chronological, and at places where suspense and curiosity needs to be built, there is a mention of a particular happening and the details are spelt out later.An easy read.This review was first published at


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    I ve now completed the Dork Series by Sidin Vadukut, one which has provided me with a lot of entertainment and uplifted my mood several times Personally, the second part was the best absolutely hilarious The first part was also good, but somehow the frequency of the LOL moments seemed much less in comparison Now, coming to the third part, I think the comedy quotient is someway in between the first and third part However, the ending is below standard It ruined the experience 60% of the bo I ve now completed the Dork Series by Sidin Vadukut, one which has provided me with a lot of entertainment and uplifted my mood several times Personally, the second part was the best absolutely hilarious The first part was also good, but somehow the frequency of the LOL moments seemed much less in comparison Now, coming to the third part, I think the comedy quotient is someway in between the first and third part However, the ending is below standard It ruined the experience 60% of the book is a laugh riot, and I daresay, even better than the second part However, I was just shuffling through the pages towards the end, which was disappointing.The language is also good enough, but who cares about language in a Sidin Vadukut novel The comedythan makes up for it.The first scene in the Minister s office, the luggage fiasco on meeting Colonel Kalbag, are mind blowing I couldn t stop laughing for around 5 minutes Tears had welled up in my eyes and my stomach hurt Sidin rocks Wish this series would go on forever, but like Harry Potter, all good things must come to an end 3.5 stars for this


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    This has to be the best of the three Dork books DORK The Incredible Adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese , God Save The Dork Who Let The Dork OutIt has been wonderful reading experience for past one week I am sure people around me at home, in train, in office bus might have felt, why this fellow is smiling so much while reading this book The BBC journo episode, first meeting with Colonel, Sivaji statue fiasco, Tihar jail s special room, Gym sessions all were super comedy e This has to be the best of the three Dork books DORK The Incredible Adventures of Robin Einstein Varghese , God Save The Dork Who Let The Dork OutIt has been wonderful reading experience for past one week I am sure people around me at home, in train, in office bus might have felt, why this fellow is smiling so much while reading this book The BBC journo episode, first meeting with Colonel, Sivaji statue fiasco, Tihar jail s special room, Gym sessions all were super comedy entries in Robin Einstein Varghese s Diary It will be worth reading it again some time soon


  6. says:

    ROFL ROFL LOL LOL.but wait it was not good as the other twoseems authour has rushed to write the book.


  7. says:

    Again a very funny book from Sidin In my view this one is not as good as the second book of the trilogy Provides a satisfactory ending to the series though.


  8. says:

    Murkh chutiyan who are convinced they are brilliant and lack all self awareness are always funny It s like a law of nature A fun, silly read.


  9. says:

    My rating order of the books in the Dork series would be 2, 3, and 1 While this third book in the series wasn t as good as the second one, it was definitely much better than the first I found myself laughing and snorting at multiple places in the narrative Though, I really do wish there was a better ending than what is now.The thing about Sidin Vadukut s writing is that he takes everyday annoyances that people don t want to admit and pours it in 240 odd pages Robin Einstein Varghese is ov My rating order of the books in the Dork series would be 2, 3, and 1 While this third book in the series wasn t as good as the second one, it was definitely much better than the first I found myself laughing and snorting at multiple places in the narrative Though, I really do wish there was a better ending than what is now.The thing about Sidin Vadukut s writing is that he takes everyday annoyances that people don t want to admit and pours it in 240 odd pages Robin Einstein Varghese is overconfident and knows how to cover up his mistakes blunders to make it look like it was his intention all along to look like that At first, I was annoyed by him But then, I marveled at his ability to turn anything and everything into an explanation of others weakness, inadequacy, and idiocy than of his own bumbling mistakes I liked this series, though I m sure that I won t go back to it any time soon


  10. says:

    Wanted to end my 2017 reading on a lighter note and this book didn t disappoint It s a typical Sidin book with great puns and comedy elements rightly placed I didn t like Dork II that much after reading the first book So I was a bit skeptical on this one But this one exceeded expectations It s a 3.5 5 for me but can t choose that, and I can t give 4 5, so let s make peace with 3 5 Sidin, please writesuch books


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Who Let The Dork Out? Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found hereWith justmonths to go before theAllied 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 shit 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

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Who Let The Dork Out?
  • Sidin Vadukut
  • English
  • 14 January 2019
  • 0143414097

About the Author: Sidin Vadukut

Sidin Vadukut is a journalist, columnist and blogger He has an engineering degree from NIT Trichy and an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad.In a career spanning around a decade he has made automotive parts, developed online trading platforms, almost set up a retailing company and had a sizeable portion of a tree fall on his head He is currently an editor with the Mint business newspaper.Sidin lives in New Delhi with his wife, two PlayStations, four laptops and a desktop computer He blogs at twitter.com sidin