The Cubicle Manifesto- book review

Well, a marketing manager by day, who spends his waking hours working in a cubicle and leads a miserable life at a personal level by not even being able to pay attention to his wife and kid, turns a new leaf with the help of a computer virus. How does that happen and how does his life as well as that of his family and his immediate reports change is the crux of the story.

Very well written and lucidly presented, this short novel, if I may say so, is so entertaining and down to earth that any cubicle dweller would be able to relate to the content.

As the story progresses you begin to realize that you are the protagonist and the life that unfolds is that of yours. That is because of the manner of narration and sequencing of the events and real world situations that modern workers a.k.a. ‘Slaves’ undergo in the corporate world.

A must read for everyone in the corporate world irrespective of the position that one might be in. You will cherish the time spent in reading this book and who knows your life might be changed too, sans the virus.

The author ,Mainak Dhar , deserves a great round of applause from the cubicle dwellers of the world.

Author: Amaruvi's Aphorisms

Banker by day, blogger by night and a reader throughout.

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