The author takes you to worlds that are amazing wonderful and
terrifying all at the same time well written kept my attention wondered what would come next
The movie was clearly adapted to foreign audiences while the book is clearly Indian. The concept remains the same, but the story and questions are different, so it makes for a very nice variation from what most of the us saw on screen.
The performance is very good, so is the story.
A great fan of stories and audiobooks. Good ones.
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This question doesn't really have relevance for this book, because it is only about one main character.
Great. I loved it for the unpretentiousness of the voice. Realistic to the person he was depicting. And good range of accents between characters, so we could identify who was speaking in a dialogue.
Laugh yes, many times. Many great quotes and one liners. Like
This was the best of the audiobooks I have listened to. The author has a wonderful sense of storytelling and found a great format for telling 12 really fantastic stories, then did beautiful work weaving them together. Thank you, sir, for the enjoyment I had listening to these stories of Indian life (even if a few might be a little fabricated).
I've never seen the movie, so the sory was new to me. And it's an engaging story. There is so much going on that you actually want to keep listening in your car after you have arrived on your destination. Masterfully narrated too.
A great story with great narration, enjoyed it alot, I especially loved the ending, I got the book because I heard my friends talk about the movie, I didn't watch the movie myself but I'd bet the book is way better...
Hadn't seen the movie so had no idea what to expect. It was exceptionally well read - with various authentic accents. The teasing nature of the storyline keeps you wanting to know more about his journey. It's books like this that keep me addicted to audible.com.