"If you are a part of the BPO industry, this promises to be an interesting read."
- Mid-Day, March 09, 2009
"It is an attempt to replace the mundane technicalities of the world with some refreshing incidents."
- DNA, March 07, 2009
"Based on true stories narrated by call centre operators, this book throws light on what goes on in those swanky offices with pick-up-and-drop facilities, where traditional graveyard shifts are the busiest hours and 20-something, straight out-of-college kids are trained to become almost schizophrenic with multiple identities and accents to match."
- The Hindu, Mar 01, 2009
"Entrepreneur essays chronicles of BPO"
- Deccan Chronicle, Mar 03, 2009
"The book gives the readers a peep into a BPO employee's life as it paints pictures of their work, calls, home, weekends and parties. The stories, which come across as true will strike a chord with reader."