Book Review

Book Review: Thank God I’m fired by Sandeep Pawar


What do you do when you think you are trapped in the wrong job? Leave the job and do what you love. Simple, isn’t it? But what if you neither have the guts to leave the job nor know what you love to do? Complicated, isn’t it?
Meet Raghav, who like millions of other software professionals, is stuck in a similar situation. But don’t worry, his destiny has better plans for him. What plans you may ask? Well, getting him fired.
This novella takes you on a light-hearted tour of the contemporary software industry where you can ask the haunting question loudly- is getting sacked a blessing in disguise?


Cover: 4.5/5
Title: 5/5
Blurb: 4/5
Presentation: 4.5/5
Plot: 4.5/5

Final Rating: 4/5

The cover looks beautiful. The title and the story would have been incomplete without such a cover.

The title is just perfect for the story.

The blurb of the book describes the story well. Such blurbs engages more readers.

The storyline is based on a Corporate Life. The story is based on an individual who faces the dilemma between continuing his job and quitting it. But Thanks to God, He is fired. That’s where the title is inspired from.

The language of the book is good enough to connect with the readers. It significantly added to the book reading experience.

Looking forward to read more from the author.

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