About the Book:Two Young Management Graduates, With Nothing Similar In Family Backgrounds And Temperament, Join The New York International Bank On The Same Day And Take Two Entirely Different Routes To Success. Both Rise Up The Ranks At Breakneck Speed: The Fast And Aggressive Sundeep, Who Will Stoop To Anything To Get Ahead, And The Mature And Sensible Swami, With A High Regard For Good Old Ethics. The Racy Narrative Set In The High-Pressure Milieu Of Competitive Banking Carries The Undercurrent Of A Clash Of Values, In The Intermeshed Realms Of The Personal And The Professional. This Is A Story Peppered With Ambition And Frustration, Deceit And Malevolence, Love And Lust, And The Desperate Struggle For Status And Power. And, Above All, There Is A Top-Notch Banker Who Plays The Benevolent God Whenever Crises Loom Over The Young Guns??? An Insider???S Fictionalised Account Of How Indian Professionals Experience The World Of Foreign Banks, The Story Spans Three Continents
About The Author: Ravi Subramanian, An Alumnus Of Iim-Bangalore, Batch Of 1993, Is Currently Working With A Leading Foreign Bank In Its Retail Banking Unit. In A Career Spanning Close To 14 Years, He Has Worked With Various Mnc Banks And Now Lives In Mumbai With His Wife And Daughter.
Why I picked the book was firstly it was written by my senior, secondly because the title was catchy... what i thought the story to be was very different when i was ordering it on Flipkart, later i completed it in one sitting... the well etched characters and the way that they have emerged, really worth a praise but what caught my attention was the character of Sandeep... actually a person from a corporate world may find such characters around... but do we really have Gods around us? Well i will recommend this book for sure... specially to all those who have big dreams... the ratings 3.5 on 5.