Keep the Change ePUB Ä Keep the PDF/EPUB or

Keep the Change ePUB Ä Keep the PDF/EPUB or



10 thoughts on “Keep the Change

  1. Neetha Neetha says:

    The story is nothing new but the writing style is hilarious you find yourself chuckling at the different catastrophies in B Damayanti's life It's fun to read


  2. Richa Bhattarai Richa Bhattarai says:

    It's a fun read You'll be pleasantly surprised


  3. Jaya Siva Jaya Siva says:

    A very funnily and differently written book I loved the way Nirupama built her protagonist and the story using the medium of letters Also the characters were not prim proper and perfect; making them easier to relate to And while the whole story was fun to read I wished the ending were a little different and perhaps 'happier'


  4. Apoorva Apoorva says:

    It is a typical diary entry about the life of a conservative family's unconservative daughter who goes out of the shell and learns to live her life on her own terms by learning through mistakes or just simply chilling Clash of values and the modern day living is present but balance has been made in the book One time read definitely so that one can understand how to balance our values with the changing world and as the Hindi proverb says दो नाँव मे पैर रखना।


  5. Malathy Garewal Malathy Garewal says:

    Loved this book as I can relate to this very well Damayanthi is typical of middle class girls who grow up in Chennai study in girls' schools and colleges Her entry into the corporate world reminded me of mine The story resonates well and is so typical of Chennai life


  6. Shivani Shivani says:

    Good chicklitBut seems I have overgrown the ohase of liking chiklits now


  7. Seetha Ravindran Seetha Ravindran says:

    35 to be precise I loved how it’s funny witty and totally relatable too Ahhh how I love reading Indian authors’ again


  8. Rudranil Dutta Rudranil Dutta says:

    HeadlineThe book is nice for a one time read Its one of those novels where you know how its gonna end but you read ahead anyway


  9. Priya S Priya S says:

    Could relate myself to the character at so many places So lucidly written and witty A brilliant piece Pick this book if relieving your mind is the purpose


  10. Ruchi Nigam Ruchi Nigam says:

    A usual story written in an engaging and different style Secret of Protagonists Damyanthi's friend 'Vic' in the end was surprising


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Keep the Change ❮Download❯ ➾ Keep the Change Author Nirupama Subramanian – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The uncoolness of her name plagues B Damayanthi along with the bunch of unsuitable prospective husbands her Amma throws at her a dead end job as an accountant in a decrepit firm the oppressiveness of The uncoolness of her name plagues B Damayanthi along with the bunch of unsuitable prospective husbands her Amma throws at her a dead end job as an accountant in a decrepit firm the oppressiveness of Chennai When she finally jettisons her job and some of Keep the PDF/EPUB or her inhibitions to join a bank in Mumbai Amma's parting words are 'Be good Don't do anything silly' Translation 'Stay away from sex and alcohol ' Soon Damayanthi is negotiating competitive corporate corridors and big city life Aided by dubious words of wisdom from the cherub faced Jimmy she must impress the intellectual CG who has a low opinion of her; battle Sonya Sood flatmate and size zero sophisticate for the TV remote; choose between resisting or giving in to temptation in the form of the seductive Rahul; deal with the moral dilemma of 'stealing' a million dollar idea for her project Can a good girl have a really good time Can the conservative curd rice eating Damayanthi become a cool corporate babe Keep the Change is a rollicking wickedly witty story of every girl's journey to fulfill her dreams and find her own place in the world.

10 thoughts on “Keep the Change

  1. Neetha Neetha says:

    The story is nothing new but the writing style is hilarious you find yourself chuckling at the different catastrophies in B Damayanti's life It's fun to read

  2. Richa Bhattarai Richa Bhattarai says:

    It's a fun read You'll be pleasantly surprised

  3. Jaya Siva Jaya Siva says:

    A very funnily and differently written book I loved the way Nirupama built her protagonist and the story using the medium of letters Also the characters were not prim proper and perfect; making them easier to relate to And while the whole story was fun to read I wished the ending were a little different and perhaps 'happier'

  4. Apoorva Apoorva says:

    It is a typical diary entry about the life of a conservative family's unconservative daughter who goes out of the shell and learns to live her life on her own terms by learning through mistakes or just simply chilling Clash of values and the modern day living is present but balance has been made in the book One time read definitely so that one can understand how to balance our values with the changing world and as the Hindi proverb says दो नाँव मे पैर रखना।

  5. Malathy Garewal Malathy Garewal says:

    Loved this book as I can relate to this very well Damayanthi is typical of middle class girls who grow up in Chennai study in girls' schools and colleges Her entry into the corporate world reminded me of mine The story resonates well and is so typical of Chennai life

  6. Shivani Shivani says:

    Good chicklitBut seems I have overgrown the ohase of liking chiklits now

  7. Seetha Ravindran Seetha Ravindran says:

    35 to be precise I loved how it’s funny witty and totally relatable too Ahhh how I love reading Indian authors’ again

  8. Rudranil Dutta Rudranil Dutta says:

    HeadlineThe book is nice for a one time read Its one of those novels where you know how its gonna end but you read ahead anyway

  9. Priya S Priya S says:

    Could relate myself to the character at so many places So lucidly written and witty A brilliant piece Pick this book if relieving your mind is the purpose

  10. Ruchi Nigam Ruchi Nigam says:

    A usual story written in an engaging and different style Secret of Protagonists Damyanthi's friend 'Vic' in the end was surprising

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