9 Aug Keep The Change Nirupama Subramanian A new author with a new offering. But how “new” is this one? Quite a chick-lit, ‘Keep the Change’. 15 Apr Book Review: Keep The Change by Nirupama Subramaniam. Read Goodreads summary here. MY REVIEW: I wish I had read this years ago. 6 Sep Once again, I picked a book because of the cover art. Back in the day I used to ( sometimes) read the blurb as well. So after reading the blurb.
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On the whole, a book that’s high on bank-speak and low on subramznian motivation. Return to Book Page. At the ripe old age of 26, they fear that their daughter will remain a old maid unless drastic measures are taken. She has topped all her grades, become a CA and now works with the neighbourhood Chartered Accountants. In the meantime Damayanti gets a skinny, modern, fashionista as her roommate. I like to read some budding authors in the Indian circuit.
Is there something new that you have not read earlier, No? You would have read loads of books before me. Bored of her job, bored of her life, bored of leading a life where watching Sex and the City is the high point of her life. Damayanthi has never rebelled, never done a wild thing in her life.
She finds a good friend in a Parsi colleague whose company she likes. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Not many are able to do that in an un-jeopardizing way.
Keep the Change by Nirupama Subramanian
It was certainly perfect to keep me sane and laughing during a day full of home decor challenges! A total fun read. Being an Indian, I enjoyed a fellow woman’s book. Letting her thoughts out more often probably could have made this story comical.
Keep the Change
Rahul is inclined to sleep with her, but at the last minute she shrugs him off and he goes away. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: They have an heated exchange. Intermission, it is about extra marital affair etc might review it soon.
An OTP has been send b your mobile. Its a light, fun read if you enjoy this genre of books.
However, this book has been written well and is surely nostalgic as it got me chuckling my way through. The story is written as a set of letters that the protagonist writes to a fictional character.
Book Review: Keep The Change by Nirupama Subramaniam
Yes, this is a proper time pass read — not really something you would plan to read, sort of book, you know. The uncoolness of her name plagues B.
She hopes to transform from a conservative curd-rice eating, living with her parents girl, to a go getter corporate babe. The story resonates well and is so typical of Chennai life.
Keep the Change – Nirupama Subramanian
We’ll contact you shortly. A total chick lit, which keeps you laughing through the pages. You are commenting using your Facebook account. She falls headlong in lust with a cad, has cat-fights with her flat-mate and by the end of the book, is a successful professional with a possible suitor. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: When she finally jettisons her job and some of her inhibitions to join a bank in Mumbai, Amma’s parting words are: Feb 09, Nishant Jha rated it liked it.
The storytelling was hilarious and I could quite relate to the story since I had just moved out of my home and entered the corporate world in Mumbai Zoya Factor – any day!
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Its a light, fun read if you enjoy this genre of books. In the meantime there is pressure to finish up the project that they are doing along with the subramanjan consultant.
Nice humour throughout and lot of incidents which people can identify! Heyyyy, dont you know when you are publishing book reviews, you are supposed to upload the cover the book. So does she change? Passionate Book Reviews takes part in affiliate programs. Not only was she living in another century she was full of stereotypes and prejudices.