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shashwat hota

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Economics away from Economics

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Reviewed: 15-10-20

The book encourages listeners to look at things we a new perspective. The authors have moved away from the stereotypical ways of looking at economics and showcased topics that are infrequent in terms of economics. Go ahead and have a listen

Intriguing!

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Reviewed: 25-08-20

Some things in this book are worth trying out! it is meant to change your point of view. I think I will have a second listen to grasp more out of this book. Great work by Roger Wayne in his way of narration!

Profound listening experience.

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Reviewed: 20-08-20

Anyone who loves history, it's a book for them. And as it is the history of humans, it touches upon many other aspects such as science, philosophy, religion etc. It gives the listener new strain of thoughts and a new perspective. You will be forced to question certain things that have led to your existence, your surroundings and your future.

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A pretty engaging novel.

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Reviewed: 21-06-20

Kafka on the Shore is written in a way that you can't stop wanting to go ahead with the listening and know more and more. Murakami's alternate story lines divided into alternate chapters which finally converge at the end keeps you glued to the book till the end.
A fantastic job at narrating the book by both the narrators. They injected life into the characters.
I especially liked the characters of Nakata and his conversations with Hoshjno. Same goes for Kafka and Oshima.
The only complaint with this book is that it leaves many things unanswered. Murakami leaves it to our imaginations to answer those questions I think. As far as I've heard, that's the way he writes...