Please Come To My Desk”, is a book on the various effects of recession in different walks of life. The story starts with a simple message “Please come to my desk” to a software professional. The curtain goes up on Friday Morning and it comes down on Monday Morning. The weekend becomes a roller coaster ride for the software professional.
The story revolves around the importance of Job in one’s life. It also reveals the fear of losing it. The everlasting effect of that message makes him learn the very basics of life.
The evil effect of recession has been portrayed through different characters.
People like beggars, house maid who had no idea about the term recession yet unknowingly got affected by it.
It’s not about shedding tears but the tremendous courage to fight back and counter the attack of recession with sheer determination and dedication. It exposes the true fighting spirit of our people. It is not that everything got shattered due to scarcity, many were cunning enough to take advantage of it. The worst had happened but still it could not take away the everlasting smile from their faces. They were left with nothing and the doors leading to respite kept on closing but still the faith that every night has a day to follow kept our hopes alive.
Ultimately, this book is the story of every citizen who had to weather the storm of economic imbalances and continues to do it.
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