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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Speaking any more of the ending would rob you of the pleasure of reading the book, and thus I keep my mouth shut. Oct 17, Vikas na,buri it really liked it. 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.
Suspense remains till last day of novel. The way the communication happens between target hungry superiors and their subordinates is explored in the book quite effectively. The friends can be transformed into foes when it comes to their own survivals! The beauty of the cover design is indirectly proportional to the content hidden beneath it.
Editor2 November 25, in BooksEnglish Leave a comment. But despite the frenzied action, the read is far from satisfying. There’s even a sex angle thrown in for muddling up the already-muddled Nabmuri Shastry’s life, and spoiler alert!
31 | Upendra Namburi | Book Review
Books by Upendra Namburi. Ravi Shastry is the zonal sales head at a MNC bank where disaster strikes and the bank is facing nambuti. How is that possible? It is the story of Ravi Shastry, a regional head at Imperial, a multinational Bank.
I won this book in a giveaway, and let me say that I am by no means experienced in literary criticism. For a more detailed review, hop across to my blog: Jan 03, Anup Lande rated it it was ok. As the chief marketing officer of one of the biggest FMCG companies, Agastya is all set for the most important product launch of his career when things spin out of control.
And, those with intimidating titles and jobs can also enjoy various incidents in this book which would resemble their daily lives.
This is unchartered territory that challenges his principles and demands political acumen. In that sense, the book makes a long-lasting impression for sure. What a corporate thriller. However, 2 it would have to be because it’s definitely better than 1. For example missing a space aftercomma at various places in the book.
31 by Upendra Namburi | Book Reviews
Have to say, the title of the book does build up curiosty. A complete wall at the book sto A month back, I was at the airport on the way home. He has been a stellar performer and a fast riser. A month back, I was at the airport on the way home.
If only the author had reined in the multiplicity of characters and spent some uppendra on fleshing out the key characters, this would have been a much stronger story.
Paper quality is really very bad. He is eyeing a promotion or even an international assignment. Speculate or better still, trigger rumours … till they become reality. The month of March starts off on a positive note and he seems set for a promotion to the Head Office in Mumbai or possibly even an international assignment. Fast paced and well edited, it is one of those rare corporate thrillers which will make you turn pages with alarming rate.
Upendra is a professional who works in the finance world and thus he know a lot of internal details about the same, especially the day to day functioning. See our Returns Policy. The way the things happen in the real world which make people suffer often in an unjust way and the reasons behind that are talked about are not upencra realistic but effective too. While it may add to the authenticity, it may not go well with some of the readers.
I uupendra up not only buying a book at the airport, but also spend the first two days at home glued to the book. The novel is fast paced which actually transports you to the grim reality of the corporate world.
And, those with intimidating titles and jobs can also enjoy This book is for people who can enjoy the story of urban corporate life. You feel the suspense, emotions and events unfolding through the eyes of Ravi Shastry