IF GOD WAS A BANKER [2007] – Ravi Subramaniam

Ashish Pai

This review may contain spoilers.   LINK TO BOOK 

The book starts off with a flair for mystery. An attempt is made to impress upon the reader the brands and the opulence of the protagonist Sundeep srivastava. The story goes through a ritual – introduction flashbacks for the more important characters. Our protagonist is an arrogant, sleazy but clever and overly ambitious individual, Sundeep Srivastava, from IIM Bangalore, Batch of 1986. He befriends a simple, smart and dedicated individual from IIM A – Swaminathan. The story compares the careers of these two individuals who had very similar educational profiles in New York International Bank [NYB]

Sundeep is an extremely brash, overconfident and charming individual who has no control over his libido. He takes all the wrong decisions, pushed by his overachieving mentality. He holds no morals and considers nothing sacrosanct. Yet, there is a slight attempt to paint him…

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