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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The Tam Brahm thing has been overdone in blogs and it was funny for a while.

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Keep the Change

This site uses cookies. Is there something new that you have not read earlier, No? Oct 31, However, this book has been written well and is surely nostalgic as it got me chuckling my way through.

At the ripe old age of 26, they fear that their daughter will remain a old maid gy drastic measures nifupama taken. And yes, there is an expected happy ending as well. Rahul has his hands all over her when she gets a call from her mother telling her that her grandmother is ill. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I could relate myself to the protagonist ‘D’ in many aspects.


Jan 25, Seema added it. This book is about a young Indian chartered accountant, who is at the eligible age to get married but considered to be unfortunate enough to not have found a suitable prospect. Notify me of new comments via email. She wants to be the woman empowering women, to be influential in the finance world. As till sometime back we wanted to believe that there were sincerity and honesty in the private sector.

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Some women have gone through the cycle. Recently I see a few authors raising this issue in their writing. When she finally jettisons her job and some of her inhibitions to join a bank in Mumbai, Amma’s parting words are: You are commenting using your WordPress. She flies to a new city and lives there independently, faces new challenges and also enjoys fun moments. Though lengthy, Keep the Change is humorous and emotional. May 21, Ruta Singh rated it really liked it. After a few days Damayanti gets up at night for a drink of water and finds Rahul foraging her fridge in a boxer shorts.


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Keep the Change by Nirupama Subramanian

Rahul is inclined to sleep with nnirupama, but at the last minute she shrugs him off and he goes away. I had fun reading this one. When she finally jettisons her job and some of her inhibitions to join a bank in Mumbai, Disclaimer Passionate Book Reviews takes part in affiliate programs. She is scared that Rahul will not call her after reaching Mumbai and keeps cursing herself for not giving herself to him so that she could be closer subramaniam him.

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