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9 Nov The coolness of her name plagues B. Damayanthi, along with the bunch of unsuitable prospective husbands her Amma throws at her and a. 6 Sep partnersuche frau frau ‘Keep the Change by Nirupama Subramanian’ ~~ Synopsis: B. Damayanthi lives with her parents in Chennai and works. 15 Apr Book Review: Keep The Change by Nirupama Subramaniam. Read Goodreads summary here. MY REVIEW: I wish I had read this years ago.

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I feel this review is: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Keep the change was the stupidest book I have ever read. We’ll contact you shortly. The narrative is smooth flowing and the perspective, yes, new!! Recent Reviews Book Review: This site uses cookies.

She finds a good friend in a Parsi colleague whose company she likes. Queen of the Universe by Geralyn Corcillo. When you keep the change by nirupama subramanian them and make a purchase, we get a commission for referring with no cost to you. I think that’s because they want to eventually have her emerge as a pretty thing later and it kinda happened in this book too. After a keep the change by nirupama subramanian days Damayanti gets up at night for a drink of water and finds Rahul foraging her fridge in a boxer shorts.

It would definitely be a great read, given it is an easy read. So lucidly written and witty. It means some links on the site are affiliate. Not too much of a story.

Keep the Change

The Tam Brahm thing has been overdone in blogs and it was funny for a while. She flies to a new city and lives there independently, faces new challenges and also enjoys fun moments.


Regular chick lit stuff.

Both the roommates now sympathize with each other. A typical Brahmin girl who has She has been putting off marriage proposals brought to her by her parents. Damayanthi, keep the change by nirupama subramanian with the bunch keep the change by nirupama subramanian unsuitable prospective husbands her Amma throws at her, a dead-end job as an accountant in a decrepit firm, the oppressiveness of Chennai.

Finally they end up in his flat. When she finally jettisons her job and some of her inhibitions to join a bank in Mumbai, Amma’s parting words are: This book is about a young Indian chartered accountant, who is at the eligible age birupama get married but considered to be unfortunate enough to not have found a suitable nirupamz.

KEEP THE CHANGE – NIRUPAMA SUBRAMANIAM Reviews, Summary, Story, Price, Online, Fiction, Nonfiction

The narrative is brisk, at best. She lives with her parents and they have been trying very hard to get her hitched off. Damayanti is soon sent hirupama to Goa for a induction cum training course with a bunch of other new comers to the bank.

Keep the Change 3.

Just another chick lit about a working woman trying to escape the clutches of arranged marriage! She meets Jimmy, CG and Rahul.

And with no focus on the customers whatsoever. Damayanthi lives with her parents in Chennai and works at an accountancy firm run by someone known to her father. She is unable to decide so she meets up with the external consultant and on keep the change by nirupama subramanian advice decides to take up the new responsibility. Then she meets a charming guy Rahul and falls for him.


A lot of these women have looked back at their lives. The project co-ordinator or whatever he be called who appears grim in the beginning.

He has many girlfriends and DB also subfamanian for him.

The story is nothing new but the writing style is hilarious Reply as a Brand. Its not nnirupama 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 keep the change by nirupama subramanian fancy a light, humorous chick-lit on a lazy day! Friendly ones from the west. An OTP has been sent to your email address.

The same old story for a modern and independent women who is surprised by the challenges that she comes across be it the city or the people. I only wished certain parts were more tightly or crisply written. An ambitious 26 year old, unmarried, Tamil Brahmin girl who has to fight her way to steer keep the change by nirupama subramanian of the unending prospective groom-hunt her mother keeps pushing her to.

The central character around whom the whole story revolves. 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 to him. For a debut novel, this is good.