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KEEP THE CHANGE BY NIRUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN PDF

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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Your email address will not be published. Damayanthi is a witty character, the only problem is she barely ever shares her thoughts because of the fear of hurting feelings of her parents or other people around. Yes, this is a proper time pass read — not really something you would plan to read, sort thhe book, you know.

Apr 02, Shohita rated it liked it. Queen of the Universe by Geralyn Corcillo. Twitter Facebook Google Pinterest Pocket. A typical Brahmin girl who has She has been putting off marriage proposals brought to her sugramanian her parents.

So does she change? They end up meeting the cost saving targets thanks to the report of the trainee. She does not want to be just an ordinary chartered accountant, flipping through the bills and audit working papers. Oh wow, now i gotta read this!

Book Review: Keep The Change by Nirupama Subramaniam – Seetha Scribbles

Does she do everything she wanted to? She is unable ny decide so she meets up with the external consultant and on his advice decides to take up the new responsibility. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

The book would have been better if written in first person-not in form of letters and would have been WAY better if the end was well formed and bit more elucidated, as the story forms well and it is quite abrupt in its finish. This site uses cookies.

Can the conservative, curd-rice-eating Damayanthi become a cool, corporate babe? Damayanti, finds the nifupama not so friendly, but then after a few casual unofficial encounters with him finds him to be friendly.

Book Review: Keep The Change by Nirupama Subramaniam

All bad people are from the North. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Notify me of new comments via email. He flirts with her and on the last day they end up at a seaside shack wining and dining. It’s fun to read Back from a break?

In the meantime Damayanti gets a skinny, modern, fashionista as her roommate. She ends up sharing an apartment with a size-zero, sophisticated, anti-thesis cgange Damayanthi — Sonya Sood and they, more often than not, end up battling for the tv remote; at work she has to impress C. Dec 30, Evita Monis rated it really liked it.

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If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Her Parsi friend suggests that they use the report and pass it of as their own. Their manager promises that he will get them to present to their boss and if possible to their boss’s boss.

Not only was she living in another century she was full of stereotypes and prejudices. Its not a brain-storming, intellectual read neither is it in lines with books at cause an emotional upheaval or make you cling to its mystery or romance- try it out if you fancy a light, humorous chick-lit on a lazy day! How your life turns out depends a lot on the decisions and choices you make. For example, she thinks that her flatmate Soniya will only marry a millionaire and quit her job to spend his millions because she is attractive and fashionable Keep the change was the stupidest book I have ever read.