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The Girl in Room 105
- Written by: Chetan Bhagat
- Narrated by: Siddhanta Pinto
- Length: 8 hrs and 23 mins
Hi, I'm Keshav, and my life is screwed. I hate my job and my girlfriend left me. Ah, the beautiful Zara. Zara is from Kashmir. She is a Muslim. And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? Anyway, leave that. Zara and I broke up four years ago. She moved on. I didn't. I drank every night to forget her, I called, I messaged, and stalked her on social media. She just ignored me. However, that night, on the eve of her birthday, Zara messaged me. She called me over, like old times, to her hostel room 105.
Very Interesting story and with a day to language
- By Kindle Customer on 05-09-19
Chetan with similar religion /caste based story.
First of all narration by Siddhanta Pinto is great. His narration is the only thing that made listening experience interesting.
About Story, Chetan said it's not love story but it is. Just that girl dies.
Chetan use religion/caste angle in most of his stories. Some Family issues and some current political problem.
Though his writing is simple to understand. Character of Keshav is well written but it gets difficult to understand Zara's character at the end part.
Everyone Has a Story
- Written by: Savi Sharma
- Narrated by: Smita Singh, Shriram Iyer
- Length: 3 hrs and 10 mins
Everyone has a story. Pull up a chair in Kafe Kabir and listen to four people explore friendship and love, writing their own pages of life from the cosy café to the ends of the world.
- By Amazon Customer on 16-11-18
Listening experience of this book is not great
Book was okay. Some parts are nice. Small moments are well written. But story is not strong enough.
In middle writing gets boring when Vivan escapes.
Narration by Smita is good but Shriram's voice does not suit the character. His voice sounds like robot.
I have not read the book, it might give different experience while reading. Listening this book was not great experience.
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