src=""> Book Review: I Quit! Now What by Zarreen Khan - Anamitra Debnath
October 1, 2020

Book Review: I Quit! Now What by Zarreen Khan

Product details

Paperback: 296 pages

Publisher: Amaryllis (3 July 2017)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 9381506973

ISBN-13: 978-9381506974


What is this book all about?

I Quit! Now What? is the story of  a marketing professional Nimisha who has been working continuously for 7 years in the same organization where she is not treated the way she deserves and is upset about the same. She is constantly burdened with too much of work, swarming office hours and routine presentations. She hardly has any time for herself at the end of the day. Even her weekends aren’t her’s to spend often taken by some official work or the other.

When a colleague flashes the glint of a golden sabbatical she hurls into it headfirst. After all, one has to find one’s calling at some point in one’s life.

So will the holiday miraculously change her life forever? Or will she go rushing back to her pocket money-generating job?


This is the first time I have ever tried a chick-lit and this book was recommended to me by Sankalpita Singh from Book Geeks India. The writing is simple and easy to understand and there was no gloomy moment in this book.  The characters are an lovable lot where Nimisha’s personality is an appealing character to the reader. Her close group consists of her close friends, nieces and few fun colleagues too who lit and spice up the simple story.

The best part of the book is it is hilarious and cheery read. It also showcases the reality of the corporate world and the pro’s and con’s of taking a break.

What I did not like about this book?

The cover did not appeal me much. The cover of the book was a disappointment and it made me feel like a business read. The posters on the book just made me think how to grow up the ladder in the corporate world  or how to be an entrepreneur.

My Verdict

It is a pleasant read where you would laugh reading this book and an apt book in terms of entertainment quotient and I would recommend this book to all chick-lit lovers.

Rating: 4.5/5*

PS: Thank you Amaryllis for this review copy.

Grab  a copy from the link below:



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *