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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Damayanthi, along with the bunch of unsuitable prospective husbands her Amma throws at her, a dead-end job as an accountant in a decrepit firm, the oppressiveness of Chennai.
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Zoya Factor – any day! I rediscovered my love for books with this one! Jan hhe, Preethi rated it liked it. On the whole, a book that’s high on bank-speak and low on character motivation. Damayanthi has never rebelled, never done a wild thing in her life.
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Keep the Change – Nirupama Subramanian
Aug 17, Smitha rated it liked it Shelves: When she finally jettisons her job and some of her inhibitions to join a bank in Mumbai, Keep the Change could also be a typical cange of a small town girl in mids, stepping into the corporate world in a big bad city.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: She has topped all her grades, become a CA and now works with the neighbourhood Chartered Accountants. Been there done that! For starters I loved it.
Keep the Change
Don’t do anything silly. Jul 17, Subhashree Sundaram rated it really liked it. Apr 02, Shohita rated it liked it.
I wanted to co My sis passed the book on to me and since it was subrramanian and free, I read it. As a CA myself, I could totally relate to her.
Upload Menus Upload menu files with. Return to Book Page. I could relate myself to the protagonist ‘D’ in many aspects. The writing is fresh and captivating.
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Books by Nirupama Subramanian. An ambitious 26 year old, unmarried, Tamil Brahmin girl who has to fight her way to steer clear of the unending prospective groom-hunt her mother keeps pushing her to.