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It could be better if she had spared the intricate details of her job. The end chapters feels like a school essay written by high school student rather than an author. I wished it was more about her and not about her career. Repetitive phrases without too much depth or research. The biography is all about her indianness, being brought up in conservative Tamil brahmin family, her mother being her role model, her struggles while in America, her responsibilities being wife, daughter, mother and a professional. For me it was truly motivational and inspirational.

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