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A tribute to the George Orwell's immortal classic 'Animal Farm', this book is a humorous satire on the business of philanthropy.
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Oct 21, 2010it is really a very nice book to read. Very good satire on social sector. I agree to it in most of the cases existing in India and abroad and that is why government regulations are coming to monitor it.
Sep 11, 2010I honestly can't express how much I truly enjoyed it. Your talent as a writer is something the world (and me too) needs to capture our attention and whisk us away for the enjoyable hours spent reading your creations
Sep 10, 2010Great piece of writing Sir, I really enjoyed the book. You have really brought out the real picture of many so called "Social and Philanthropist Development Initiatives". I am hoping the cows, horses and sheep realise the disguised slavery they are into after reading this book. Also I am sure "PIGS" get the message from this book that its high time folks. We can see you through your Sheepskin!!!
Aug 25, 2010A very refreshing interpretation of Animal Farm.The novel may interpret the Russian revolution but it has contemporary applicability as perceived by the author. Though it is more caustic than the original novel which was more of an ironical satire.The Dystopian allegorical novella by Orwell was known for its flawless irony on the society and how revolutions turn bad when corruption of leaders is supported by ignorance, greed, indifference and myopic outlook of followers. If i have to interpret this e-book I would say that instead of looking outside to find fault one should really introspect and see if the flaw exists inside which catapults exploitation and destroy the possibility of a Utopia. Alok Kumar's e-book interprets the allegory from the angle of Corporate corruption. Dystopia exists at the grassroots level of every country. Be it politics (developed as well as developing)or any other sector.Management and Corporate World is not the only arena it exists in.It is embed in the... More > system and society.Ironically, the world still exists. Alok Kumar's Prosperity Farm though has a very refreshing interpretation of the allegory. I would request him to turn this into a novella like Orwell.< Less
Aug 13, 2010Probably THE best piece of contemporary C/D culture. This book roars with an explosive storyline that blows the doors of all corporate and development sectors. The simple telling of such contemptible ideologies of our so called philanthropist social entrepreneurs can be engaging to any reader of any age. This is the second book of my life which I did read at one go. A book with a very honest view. Hope this book will be act as a clarion call in the social development sector and will bring some changes. This book is going to rock. We are expecting a lot more from you Sir.| Jahanpanna tussi gr8 ho|
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- July 21, 2010
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