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Keshav has set up an investigation agency with his best friend, Saurabh. Can the two amateur detectives successfully solve another murder case that affects them personally? And where will it leave their friendship?

©2020 Chetan Bhagat (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Boring

Absolutely cliche, disappointing. Very poor story line, climax is even worse, seems a copy paste plot of the previous book in this series. Better luck next time.

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The griping story with awesome narration.

Well it was nice story with great narration although my sixth sense guessed the killer at his/her(hating spoilers) 2nd entry .
The best thing about narration was anjali's american and maaji's classic accent and the narration will make you laugh .
The story although is a standalone book but will be fun if you have read "The girl in room 105".

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Not different from girl in room no 105

Too predictible. same story. same suspense. Not different from the girl in room no 105

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duplicate as previously book

narration also not good oh Aaye see looks stupid. seems story copi d from previous book girl in room no 105

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Predictable Story

predictable not much of a thriller it seems like taken from south indian movies .

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Interesting story I love the narrator's voice ...

love ❤️ the story very much. good suspense .more lively
#chetanbhagat
connected with room no 105 book

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One of the finest stories ever heard.

Thank you Chetan Bhagat sir for the awesome experience, It was more interesting than watching a film, It felt like I lived this story. Hrishikesh sir, your voice is so captivating, how amusing is your female tones of Bindu and Anjali. Chetan sir, the way you describe Food is so seductive. I already have my own star cast ready to turn it to a series because a film cannot do justice given the time and description it needs. Thank you for making my 1st Audio Book experience so enriching.

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Good one

It's a good listen but somehow the narration never stuck me.. US accent sounded fake and acting out some words in Hindi was too much.. Story is good..

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story is good but

narrator should overact a bit less,it is cringey and irritating,specially when he narrates the dialogue of dadee(majee)

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descent read

It looks lengthy & boring sometimes but the suspence is good. Narrative is also good.

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  • Arunima
  • 26-02-21

One boring murder story

Struggled to finish it, kind of predictable.
narrations were too dramatic, could have been better

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  • Amit Srivastava
  • 20-12-20

Was expecting more from Chetan Bhagat, :(

Looks like a loose plot and a tried twist at the end. Disappointing :( !

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  • Shantanu Sharma
  • 24-10-20

Keeps you engaged and guessing

This is my first book written by this author and I quite liked it. The plot was sufficiently engaging to keep me wanting to find opportunities to listen, which is a hallmark of a good audio book. The narrator did a fine job with the accents of the various characters and having lived in Delhi, all the local characters were spot on. I did get a little tired of the American accent for Anjali after sometime but I guess other than finding someone else to do that part, the narrator did the best he could. I will likely try other books by Chetan Bhagat.

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  • darshana
  • 22-10-20

A predictable thriller

A predictable thriller rendered decently by Kannan. The book could have been more suspenseful instead is like a soap opera.

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  • Vaibhav V Wankhade
  • 04-10-20

Keeps you engaged

The story line kept me engaged. Till the end it remains a thriller
Must listen / read

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  • sweety
  • 06-11-20

Excellent!

Good story with twists and turns till the end, almost like an Abbas Mustan thriller film!