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No class can prepare anyone for a career on Wall Street. While others in Nina Godiwalla's Persian-Indian immigrant community were content to fulfill their parents' dreams, Nina's fierce ambition pulled her from Houston to New York to become a banker. The rarified taste of power left her hungry for more. Showered with Broadway tickets and ferried around in sleek black town cars, Morgan Stanley recruits led a fast and flashy lifestyle, but at a steep cost. In a world where strip clubs took the place of conference rooms, Nina was driven to fit the mold of her fellow recruits: wealthy, white, and male. But would she have to lose her Southern accent and suppress her family's heritage to prove her worth on the trading floor? Nina Godiwalla offers a behind-the-scenes look at the recklessness that ruled Wall Street during the dot-com boom days. But Suits is also a story of the family Nina left behind: a story of fathers and daughters, the pursuit of honor, swapping your grandmother's shrimp curry for takeout sushi and cocktails. A vibrant snapshot of an immigrant family with big dreams, Suits reveals how much we've been conditioned to trade for success. REVIEWS USA Today’s top pick! "An intriguing...outsider's tale of lethal ambition." —Kirkus Reviews "must-read for anyone" —Anne Fisher, Fortune Magazine "Quite literally, I could not put this book down." —Forbes Magazine "...told with alarming detail and considerable humility--it's a tale that will help the reader hone his or her ambition down to a finer, more human point." —Los Angeles Times "This book about choices and their consequences is a gripping read."—Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, bestselling author of The Mistress of Spices "Heartwarming, heartbreaking, and hilarious in one great book. [Suits] is an absolute must-read."—Lois P. Frankel, author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office "Fresh, funny and utterly convincing. Nina Godiwalla has perfect pitch." —Sylvia Ann Hewlett, author of Top Talent

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