31 [Upendra Namburi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. March looks like it’s going to be the merriest month of the year. 31 gives you a. Recently we got a chance to read 31 (Numbers Book 2) by author Upendra Namburi and we love to share our unbiased Book Reviews for the. 31 Upendra Namburi. The central theme of the book is the Indian Banking Industry and the glamour, the politics and the scandals associated.
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Return to Book Page. His wife is also working for a reputed company. Believe me, if you are going to read the book, knowing that little nugget isn’t going to ruin your experience. This one week at home is supposed to be spent with family and not with a book.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Any working individual would relate to most, if not all of the problems faced by Ravi Shastri, the main character in the book Talking about the Story, the first few chapters are used in introducing the characters and the setting of the book. So, the things are challenging at both professional and ulendra level for both of them.
He has nothing to worry about. All criticisms aside, credit has to be given where it is due, and I found myself flipping page after page waiting to see what happens. In terms of value for money, I bought the book during a promotional offer Kindle edition and ypendra me, it is worth the money and more importantly, the time spent reading it.
There is a strong tendency these days in Indian fiction to have trilogies made out and this is one of those books where it just does not make sense to have a sequel. And how much will Ravi have to compromise on his morals to emerge victorious? In rated it really liked it. And yes, you may like to subscribe to our RSS gy and follow us on various Social networks to get latest updates for the site to land right in your mail box.
The first suggested that working too long in an organization made one less flexible. Some of the lines of the book will remind you of the same in an effective manner. If you are a regular reader of ThinkerViews, you must have read our book reviews for 8 Hours. Paper quality is really very bad. It is the story of Ravi Shastry, a regional head at Imperial, a multinational Bank. Blurb promises you something that story will not deliver at all.
About the Author A banking and finance professional by day, an engineer and MBA by background and from a peppy part of Mumbai, by accident, Upendra is married and has a son. Finished the book in one sitting. He has been a nambrui performer and a fast riser. This book is for people who can enjoy the story of urban corporate life. Your email address will not be published.
Oct 03, Lubna rated it really liked it Shelves: And, those with intimidating titles bg jobs can also enjoy This book is for people who can enjoy the story of urban corporate life. The bank has to tighten its belt and that means cost cutting and retrenchment even in India.
I rather liked this style of writing, with the chapters divided according to the days of Ravi’s life, it helped keep me interested. He finds himself in a quagmire of deceit, lies and subterfuge. The plot is very well thought of.
Those who are interested in corporate thriller, this is for you. Ravi sees his friendships dissolving, his help lines disappearing and his reputation withering. About the Book There are 31 days in March to go for the close of the financial year.
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A restructuring is advocated in the Indian operations and to make matters worse, it becomes clear that a firing list will be released on 31st March which could cull a large portion of the Indian employee base. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
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