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Ravi Subramanian

3.35 of 5 Votes: 2
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Books by Ravi Subramanian
The Bankster (2012)
3.34 of 5 Votes: 6
review 1: Similar to the other novels of the author Mr. Ravi Subramanian, this story also features the imaginary bank GB2 in Mumbai. This story is also related to financial crime,which is the basic essence in all the Ravi Subramanian novels. It also covers the protest against the Nuclear P...
God is a Gamer (2014)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 11
review 1: We to be honest, I had a big disappointment with this book, This the first book I had read by Ravi Subramanian, So I am not really aware of his writing style, God is a Gamer writing style was something unique which I had been introduced for the 1st time and I did not like it, 1 t...
If God Was a Banker (2007)
3.18 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: It was a nice book showing how a person can be mad behind money and fame and leave the integrity behind to achieve the same.The character of Sundeep did not hold honesty in both his personal and professional life. There were no values or morals for him. Loyalty was not in his dic...
The Incredible Banker (2011)
3.36 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: This was my third book of Ravi after I read his Bankster and Bankerupt respectively. I did not find this book as gripping as the first two. But still it made me read it at one sitting. Unlike other two books, I could sense where the story was going after finishing first 100-120 p...
Devil In Pinstripes (2010)
2.98 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: First, I would like to congratulate Ravi for his approach towards educating the reader on banking industry, in India. This book is a jumble of plots which is daily seen in corporate politics played by the so-called white collared top notch executives in their quest for protecting...
Bankerupt (2013)
3.43 of 5 Votes: 6
review 1: After reading Ravi Subramanian's "Bankster", I promised myself to buy his next book which was "Bankerupt" when I got to Hyderabad. Though it took around two months to open the book, the wait was worth it or else I would have said it was a bad book. Ravi Subramanian has made a nam...
I Bought the Monk’s Ferrari (2008)
3.53 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: This book added more to my confusion and thoughts on the definition of being successful. Is it only about showing off ones achievements, status, fame, money? Is it really bad to achieve a sense of satisfaction and contentment in life without running the rat race, without being on...
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