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Though the background is if a Financial MNC; it’s equally true with any growing organisation to some extent. I end up not only buying a book at the airport, but also spend the first two days at home glued to the book.

AS if problem in office are not enough, he got issues in his personal life with upcoming job transfer of his wife Savitha. But perhaps the most disappointing part of the book was the climax, which was a total cop out. The plot is very well thought of.

There is a little dose of adultery and a upensra cuss words and phrases. Share your thoughts here. Eagerly waiting for the next novel. Jun 28, R. I also liked that only essen I won this book in a giveaway, and let me say that I am by no means experienced in literary criticism. Kanika rated it liked it Jan 21, Not revealing much, the book is a story about a very simple, regular performing guy called Ravi Shastry.


But it feels good to be here with the kids.

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And yes, the author Upendra Namburi has depicted office politics in a very interesting manner. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. To ask other readers questions about 31please sign up.

Any working individual would relate to most, if not all of the problems faced by Ravi Shastri, the main character in the book Talking about the Story, the first few chapters are used in introducing the characters and the setting of the book. Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item?

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Lists with This Book. His wife is also under professional and personal pressure; a former girlfriend and now rival, a manipulative HR manager and others are turning hostile; even Internal Audit is after him. It is the key takeaway from book. Don’t Tell The Governor. Read it in one go, it will make for even more pleasurable experience.

The entire books happens in the most happening month of March 31 chapters for each day. In such a state of cataclysm, battle lines are drawn, namburk alliances of convenience are formed and conspiracies are hatched as employees struggle to ensure their name is not on the dreaded list. It takes time for readers to come out of the novel once it’s finished.

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The latest corporate drama by Upendra Namburi is a fun read. The plot runs over a period of 31 days with each chapter describing the events of a single day.


His wife is also working for a reputed company. Jan 03, Anup Lande rated it it was ok. Please try again later. About the Book There are 31 days in March to go for the close of the financial year. See our Returns Policy. Customers who bought this item also bought. The book merely skims over the themes of loyalty and betrayal, corporate one-upmanship, corruption of values.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Fingerprint Publishing ; Published: In that sense, the book makes a long-lasting impression for sure. If you are a regular reader of ThinkerViews, you must have read our book reviews for 8 Hours.

Anyway, such smaller things can be avoided while reading a thriller, but the reason I mention it, is, it is weaved as namhuri thread in the book. When things go wrong almost everything goes wrong. I rather liked this style of writing, with the chapters divided according to the days of Ravi’s life, it helped keep me interested.

Since situations of uncertainty are pretty common these days been through a couple myselfI could empathize with the madness and the sense of doom and being namburri your own.