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Funny, fast-moving and well-written tale of the author setting up in business with a psychotic friend, marketing Indian ethnic jewellery and clothing. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Swizzlestick
I didn't realize this was book 4. BookBub had recommended it. At first I did not realize it was about the author's travels, (since I didn't read the words in the parenthesis). Read morePublished 9 days ago by Tammy
I’m not sure what I expected what I began this book, but it was a lot more entertaining than I imagined it would be. The pace was excellent at no point did it flag. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lucinda E Clarke
I really enjoyed this story of business and life in India. From the curried chicken to the strict dietary rules of the Brahmin to the hospitality afforded the protagonist's mother,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris Gregory
Easy read, interesting view of India's emerging markets in the 90'sPublished 2 months ago by Debi3735
Interesting for the glimpse into India I've never seen, but I got pretty impatient with the author for not seeing what lay ahead for some of his actions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by K in Mo
What an interesting book! The view into the import/export business was fascinating, and told with wonderful detail and humor. I'm looking forward to reading his other books.Published 3 months ago by Leann Williard
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|Funny and compelling - Rupee Millionaires||
Thanks, ms Bergere, so glad you enjoyed it! 'Rupees' is dedicated to the memory of my mother, who cruelly died on my wedding day. At heart, the book is just as much about her (and her motivation for me to 'get out there and do something with my life' as it is about the more whimsical theme of... Read More
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