About the Book
Everyone, except the ones with aerophobia, loves to fly and explore other nations. However, the happiness of going abroad on your employer’s funds is unmatched. For that matter, any materialistic pleasures on someone else’s money are always amusing in the first place. Who on earth doesn’t love freebies?
Indian-ness among Indians is stubborn. You can take a person out of India but you cannot take India out of a person, and the same happens when the author finds Indian anecdotes and reminiscences at every other step in the foreign country. The book is a collection of hilarious experiences of a typical IT army going onsite and enjoying their days in Indian attitude.
The book unfolds the British culture and inadvertently compare it with ours. By the way, do you know the easiest way of impressing Brits? The gimmick is for their any statement, sensible or otherwise, your response should not alter. It should always be the book title-that makes sense. Follow this and experience the magic yourself.
Welcome to ‘That Makes Sense’, a bundle of joy furnished with satirical, thoughtful and whimsical plots served with a pinch of exaggeration covered with dark humour.
That Makes Sense: The Onsite Chronicles
File Format: .epub
No. of Pages: 254
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