Book Reviews

We’re Corporates | Sudarsan Nagarajan | Book Review

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Notion Press; 1st edition (3 November 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 218 pages

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Corporate culture is characterised by uncertainty, tiresome work with little to no work-life balance, and intensive competition. Layoffs are a common sight in this culture which can put many lives on hold. However, how does one go past the setbacks is a key theme of this book.

We’re Corporates by Sudarsan Nagarajan is a simple story of three young corporate employees who find themselves at the crossroads of life. They are compelled to take a critical decision that will transform their lives forever. One leaves a stable IT job to find a sense of purpose, another is thrown out of the company because of their attitude, and the last one is at the receiving end of the recession.

Destiny brings these three different people together to help each other. They hold each other’s backs and walk in the direction of new energy and light. But how? Read the book.

We’re Corporates follows a simple storyline that intends to bring out the reality of corporate culture. It sheds light on the fact that so many employees continue slogging solely for money. Passion is missing and so, there is monotony. There is exploitation, there is toxicity.

The story also elaborates on the themes of compassion, sincerity, family values, friendship, and hope. It shows how the end is not final. There is more to do after that ‘end’ arrives.

Through the three characters, Nagarajan attempts to paint a vivid picture of how a typical corporate employee’s life looks like. Decent storytelling with a moderate paced narrative defines the readability of We’re Corporates. The characters get a fair opportunity to present themselves and the book never seems underwhelming. I finished reading it in a go!

If you are a new reader who is excited to know about how one can win over hardships, you might give this one a read.

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