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"An intriguing...outsider's tale of lethal ambition."
Kirkus Reviews (see full review)
"Ever wish you had a friend who had worked in the Wall Street pressure cooker and could tell you what it's really like? Meet Suits author Nina Godiwalla. Her candid memoir is a must-read for anyone (especially any woman) aspiring to a career in high finance."
Anne Fisher, Fortune.com, CNN Money
"...told with alarming detail and considerable humilityit's a tale that will help the reader hone his or her ambition down to a finer, more human point."
Los Angeles Times
"Fresh, funny and utterly convincing. Nina Godiwalla has perfect pitch. In Suits she not only nails the Wall St. culture, she gets inside the skin of a fiercely ambitious young woman caught in the cross hairs of culture and gender."
Sylvia Ann Hewlett, author of Top Talent: Keeping Performance Up When Business Is Down (Harvard Business Press)
"What makes this first book nuanced and memorable is the way in which the tale of Godiwalla's professional woes is interwoven with that of her childhood in an Indian Parsi immigrant family, filled with fun, food, frustration and feistiness. At once hilarious and heartbreaking, this book about choices and their consequences is a gripping read."
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, bestselling author of The Mistress of Spices, Arranged Marriage, and One Amazing Thing
"Ms. Godiwalla has written an incredibly readable, cautionary tale of the hurdles that a young woman faces on Wall Street. Ironically, it was her upbringing that provided her not only with the initial ambition to pursue a career on Wall Street but, ultimately, the strength to walk away."
John Rolfe, author of Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle
"Suits is a riveting read! With relentless candor, Godiwalla reveals the mind-numbing drudgery demanded of the worker bees in the innards of Wall Street. She fiercely exposes the soul destroying compromises of a woman trying to gain acceptance in the male dominated world of investment banking."
Bapsi Sidhwa, author of Cracking India
"Nina Godiwalla has managed to combine heartwarming, heartbreaking, and hilarious in one great book. Suits, an unusually candid insider's look at the darker side of Wall Street, is an absolute must-read for any woman considering a career in financial services."
Lois P. Frankel, author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office