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The Last Boy to Fall in Love

Written by: Durjoy Datta
Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
4 out of 5 stars (182 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

A virus has wiped out the entire world’s population. Two survivors in Delhi - a boy named Amartya and a girl named Erika - are left to fend for themselves. When they first meet, it seems like this love was meant to be. However, there’s more to their chance encounter than meets the eye. They are both hiding secrets, and one of these secrets might be too much for this relationship to bear. Their survival may hold the key to the future of humanity, but what does their own future hold?  

©2018 Durjoy Datta (P)2018 Audible Originals, LLC.

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lot of unanswered concepts in the story

the narration was brilliant by both the narrator's , but the story I felt was incomplete and lacked a good ending. not sure if there is a second part to this . surely spending one credit point for this endless story was surely not worth it..

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Romance after apocalypse

it was a different kind of romance. It could have been made more engrossing nevertheless, it was a good read.

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Good but not great

I felt the story was cut short by the editor. Durjoy tries a different genre and handles it really well but the ending and the climax could have ben better.

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Great Listening!! Superb commercial love story

it all seemed like a motion picture event.. awesome voices sikander kher and rasika.. thanks a lot

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amazing...

loved it superb narration...loved the story..durjoy is the best....any chances for sequal ...love to hear more stories from durjoy...❤❤❤

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The Perfect story.

It was one hell of a story. with all sort of emotions.cheers to Durjoy Datta for such a beautiful piece .

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Love the new concept of story-telling!

When it comes to Durjoy Datta's books, there are no compromises. And this is just a different way of introducing stories through a Podcast. Love how the technology has shaped the idea of writing and story-telling! Can't wait for more <3

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Sadly there are no ZERO stars to give

Scores of books I have heard on Audible and countless that I have read in my life, this was the worst, most gory, most ridiculously written book. Nothing, I repeat nothing made any sense throughout this book. By penning horrific description of violence and severed human anatomy if the author felt he did something great, well then let him live in a fool's paradise. I had the option of returning this audiobook to Audible, an option I considered more than once. But I just continued to bear the torture for the reason how more bad could it get, and bad it was. The plot was simple boy meets a girl, albeit in some fictious surrounding, then there are villains and then there is a fight. If the author felt that using invectives and rotten slangs made him modern and show off his swag, may it never be forgotten - meritorious writing always always trumps. I will never ever read this author again.

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Ending was a letdown

Its a decent story overall and has a nice narrative going. the end however was abrupt and left it hanging in the air. Could have been more definitive an end.

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Great performances!

The very best thing about this book, according to me, is the performances by the narrators. I was literally blown away by their skills. I felt like I was present with the characters throughout their journey. The story is also good but for me, it was Sikandar and Rasika, who made this book more great!