Corporate Seer by Arun Purang starts off with issues in corporate life, the challenges one faces and how one can cope with them. Starting off with practical elements of the story, the book slowly moves to becoming philosophical.
The book starts with a story of a typical corporate problem and then slowly, the author brings in a dialogue and conversation between two people. One person talks problems and the other gives pragmatic solutions. The story has many stories within. Some stories talk about inspiration, motivation, dealing with situational crises, coping with issues, and so on. Most of the initial stories speak about practical aspects like compeition, devotion to work, working with a team, etc. Later on, as the story progresses, it tilts towards spiritual things as well.
The book cannot be read it one shot, for it has got a lot that needs to be assimiliated. At times, the book also gets confusing as to whether the author is offering us practical solutions or telling us to be idealistic. That more comes as the book progresses along in the second half.
The conversation, as a story lacks intensity. There are too many breaks between the two main characters and one often loses track of how they met and what transpires. The story clearly lacks flow.
The book is filled with typos, incoherent sentences and has grammatical issues as well. The book has not been edited to check for typos or consistency, language or flow. That clearly makes the book look unprofessional.
The subject of the matter is good, but the language is not.
I would give it a 5 on 10.