"You never know" deserves better reviews

Compared to "one Indian girl" by Chetan Bhagat, the book "You never know" by Akash Verma is far more interesting and realistic , especially for those who have seen the dark side of some indian men like the extremely selfish greedy fraud powerful NTRO employees who are ruthless in stealing the identity of indian women domain investors to get their girlfriends lucrative R&AW/CBI jobs with fake resumes with the stolen resume of harmless indian women domain investors.
Just like Sid treats Anuradha in the book "You Never Know" as his trump card to be exploited to the maximum extent possible, the fraud ntro employees bribed by google, tata, and led by brahmin frauds puneet, parmar, j srinivasan, vijay, patel, treat india's largest female domain investor, google competitor and single woman bhandari engineer as their trump card to be exploited to the maximum extent possible to enjoy life time free sex, get money bribes, jobs for relatives, friends of top officials and politicians with the stolen resume
They put the google competitor under surveillance and then ruthlessly defame and exploit her to the extent possible, misusing her name
When the fraud ntro employee puneet is blackmailed by haryana mba hr ruchika, he steals the resume of the domain investor
When the fraud puneet wishes to please the powerful gsb and shivalli brahmin fraud mafia in indian intelligence and security agencies , he again steals the resume, savings of the domain investor for the gsb fraud siddhi mandrekar, brahmin housewife nayanshree hathwar
Similar when the fraud ntro employee j srinivasan wishes to please bhandari politicians , leaders and provide free sex to his bosses and others he falsely claims that goan sex worker sunaina chodan, 2013 bsc was his btech 1993 ee classmate
When the ntro fraud employee vijay wishes to please the powerful gsb fraud mafia in indian intelligence and security agencies , he again steals the resume, savings of the domain investor , google competitor for the goan gsb fraud housewife riddhi nayak

Though it has got good reviews on Goodreads, most of the blogs do not have very good reviews, which is misleading. The book is highly recommended for indian women, especially career women who have worked hard for their career and money, and are targetted by selfish greedy powerful men who falsely claim to help, make a show of knowing the woman very well, when they hate her

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