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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And also the end is good but not great and leaves with a trail nnamburi questions. Speculate or better still, trigger rumours … till they become reality.
The writing is lucid and the conversations are real. Nambjri climax was unpredictable solely because I assumed the author especially one who was allowed to publish more books would have steered clear of the usual cliches and give us a closing that would make the tedium of the writing nambkri worthwhile.
Here is an example. The protagonist teeters from one crisis to another as he counts down to the end of the month. But let me tell you its almost at the end of it. But at the last there are some unattended questions.
Excellent thriller with a corporate setting. Everything combines to form a pacy read. See all free Kindle reading upendfa. A Must read for everyone whose life depends on the rat race.
Will he have a job on 31st March? They rarely talk, and the author’s style nambuir that even the rare conversation that does happen is a staccato burst of corporatish. This was an ambush to show who was boss! The climax in intentionally keep opened for a possible sequel and that’s where i felt let down. This is commendable when you realize that most of the characters actually converse through emails, phone conversations and BB instant messages.
Nope, there is absolutely no thrill present here and is sure to give you a headache halfway through the book as you try and make sense of the corporate slang spoken between the ensemble cast. His debut upendga was titled 31, soon followed by 60 Minutes. It reveals the ruthlessly cut-throat world of the banking industry, but also its humour, quirks and strange bj.
All that you can ask for is more. Not in terms of, how this inside information can be availed. This way I think the author has managed to relate in a couple hundred pages what would have otherwise been a lengthy, intimidating novel.
Aug 10, Anil Swarup rated it liked it.
31 | Upendra Namburi | Book Review
Top bosses arrive from overseas nqmburi add to the craziness, all guns are drawn and heads begin to roll. In a battle of sorts, who will persist and who will come out on top? I think that this book gives a vivid picture of life in the corporate world, and I could see that world in my mind as well.
Open Preview See a Problem? Upendra Namburi takes you on an adventure, quickly paced and with you living and breathing the travails of his primary character… What happens to him is a lesson for all of us! He b completes February month on a high, and is all geared up for the last month of the financial year.
And I had decided this time that I would not be carrying any book along. When there is a large amount of wealth associated, the power automatically comes there. I have never heard about this book or writer before, but was amazed to read this page turner. Aug 13, Jatin rated it really liked it. We need to confirm your email address. Skip it and you won’t miss much. Oct 17, Vikas rated it really liked it. Refresh and try again.
Cashback will be credited as Amazon Pay balance within 10 days. Aug 16, Girish rated it liked it. A series of personal and financial debacles amidst social ignominy pushes Ravi to the verge of insanity. And battlelines are drawn, conspiracies are hatched as everyone struggles to make sure their name is not on the laidoff list.
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Apr 16, Sandip K B rated it it was amazing. The first suggested that working too long in an organization made one less flexible.
Is Aratrika Reddy set to emerge as a winner over the demons, both external and internal? Read it in one go, it will make for even more pleasurable experience. And yes, the author Upendra Namburi has depicted office politics in a very interesting manner.
And, those with intimidating titles and jobs can also enjoy various incidents in this book which would resemble their daily lives.