In the top 5 out of approximately 40!
When I realized that he wasn't making anything up!
When he won the contest!
It made me cry.
I went into this audiobook thinking it would be very similar to the movie. I was incredibly wrong and happy to be that way. Q&A stands up on its own quite well. I truly enjoyed Simpson's performance and Swarup's story.
His ability to manage a convincing Indian accent along with an Indian with a thick accent imitating an Australian voice. He has a very impressive range of voices.
Keeps you involved.
The complexity of the plot. I love flashbacks. Love the characters.
His accent brings the Indian culture alive.
Slumdog Billionaire. Didn't he win a billion rupees?
A really good listen. The narrator did an outstanding job. I am also going to buy the paper copy to read again.
Those who expect movies to be better than the book. I always enjoy the books much more than the movies but in this situation it was exactly opposite.
Different accents of characters
I would probably enjoy the book if I read the hard copy. You have to understand the accent to listen.
I don't know.
I don't know.
I saw the movie when it came out and loved it. Having been to India a few times I could really relate to it. Finally I decided to listen to the book. What a surprise it was, the story is totally different, I absolutely loved it.
The book had way too much vulgarity in language for me and I gave it up early.