Book Review: Cabbing All The Way by Jatin Kuberkar





12 People. 1 problem. 1 solution.

A dozen office goers decide to cut out the misery of the daily to and fro commute from their homes to their far away from civilization office by deciding to carpool. It seems like the perfect idea until they realize that 12 different people equate to 12 different temperaments.

Fasten your seat belts as Jatin Kuberkar makes you the 13th passenger and takes you, the reader, along with the Hyderabadi Dozen.

You are introduced to the varied characters, their quirks and temperaments and you can’t help but start forming likes and dislikes and pick out favorites. Just when the book starts getting predictable, Kuberkar gently steers it in another direction.

This is Hyderabad based Jatin Kuberkar’s 3rd book. A Software Engineer by day and a Writer by night, Jatin enjoys writing and is a keen observer of human behavior, both of which are amply evident from how he uses autobiographical incidents to flesh out fictional characters.

Cabbing All The Way is a feel-good book, which you would like to read on the way back home from a tired day at work or on a flight between destinations. Jatin Kuberkar’s writing style is easy and flows naturally, and he is not out to impress you, he just wants to share a slice of life with you.
Hitch a ride, folks!

I received a copy of this book from The Book Club in return for an honest review, and here it is.


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