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About the Author

Yashodhara Lal is the author of the best-selling Just Married, Please Excuse. A graduate from IIM-Bangalore, she is a marketer with over eleven years experience in FMCG and digital marketing.

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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Harper India; new edition (22 January 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9350296918
  • ISBN-13: 978-9350296912
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 15.2 x 9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,644 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Yashodhara Lal has a special skill to induce laughter even from day-to-day mundane incidents and Sorting Out Sid is a book which is sure to make you smile . Meeting the protagonist Siddharth Agarwal aka Sid is like meeting a guy-next-door. We are so acquainted with his idiosyncrasies , his unintentional messing up of things ...like " So ! when is the baby due ? " ..he blurts out as soon as he points a slightly bulging tummy ! Just think of the embarrassment of the lady who fails to shed that extra calorie !! But Sid is like that. A young man of thirty-six and almost at the zenith of his career with a company doing business with toilet cleaners . He is over-enthusiastic about some of the things in his life and loves to say " Fine ! FINE " at anything and just for a variation he uses " Good ! GOOD " . But actually everything is not really good as his fifteen-year-old marriage is about to yield a divorce and his relationship with some friends gets tangled .

Like all of us , Sid has many a shade in his life ... he is The Husband Sid, The Party Sid , The Uncle Sid , The Son Sid and of course The Work Sid . He tries his level best to play each role in an impeccable manner but evidently ends up in a conundrum. His aspiration for a six-feet stature makes him miserable in front of Krish's six-three frame and he gets a complex in spite of his spiffy appearance. His relationship with Mandira is such that he feels " replacing her Colgate Toothpaste tube with a tube of Odomos ". A small portion of Sid , actually , resides in everyone of us and that's why we can relate with the character so easily. His dilemmas , his confusions, eccentricities, complexes as well as joy and happiness become ours unknowingly.
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A Story of Multifaceted Sid

The eye catching, entirely different kind of cover, was good enough to make us curious to know about the story, content and plot. Two hours and a couple of Black Coffees were good enough to know Sid (the lead character) of Sorting Out Sid. Sid is a lively, active, extrovert, open and easygoing character. An interesting fiction story of Sorting Out Sid is about so many things happening in the life of Sid and how he manages to tackle each of the situation. Sid (Siddharth Agarwal) has been married to Mandira for 15 years and has reached to the peak of his career at an early age of 36. He becomes a Vice President of its sales division and interestingly is termed as CTO (Chief Toilet Office) by his boss as the company is into selling of toilet products.
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A nice and goofy tale about a guy named Sid who really needs to grow up and sort out his life. Classically put forward by Yashodhara Lal. The story is a welcome fresh read by an Indian author and actually has content and story rather than inclusion of sleazy scenes. The book is packed with drama, romance, friendship. Must read.
Definitely would recommend!
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Sorting Out Sid is, not surprising, about a guy called Sid who is caught in a mid-life crisis of sorts. His marriage is falling apart, his best friend appears to have betrayed him, his job sucks and he keeps putting his foot in his mouth when talking to Neha, a cute single mum he meets at a party. Throw in a kooky tarot card reader, a bossy and interfering female friend, a disapproving father and (wait for it) a beanbag that is also a shoulder to cry on, and you can begin to imagine the madness that ensues.

I can imagine that it must be hard to write a character from the opposite gender but Yashodhara manages to do it very convincingly in this book. I could see shades of some of my male friends in Sid and yet she stops short of creating a stereotypical caricature.

If you are looking for a fun book that will bring a smile to your face and some laugh-out-loud moments, this would be a good book to pick up.
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