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Audible presents, The Last Girl to Fall in Love, an Audible Original. Written by Durjoy Datta, and voiced by Rasika Dugal and Prateik Babbar.

This is the sequel to The Last Boy to Fall in Love.

In a bizarre case of murder, strange strands of history begin to emerge slowly. Manav, Sarita, and Sandhya are drawn into a universe of intrigue, suspense, and delusion as they navigate a new world. This new system, in which they exist, is an upturned world where womankind is supreme.

History has been challenged, subverted, and re-written. But for those born in this epoch, what is the relationship with the past? Why has history been hidden from this generation and what are the ancestors whispering into their ears? Rahul reveals these subtle secrets to Manu, nudging him to slant his paradigm. But this would also mean tilting his neatly boxed relationships. Should Manu dig deeper into the labyrinth of the past, or consider it buried?

In a world that is a rip-off of the earlier patriarchal system, there are new rules to play by. Women write the rules, men follow them. Women are the head of the household, and the birth of a girl is a victory, every boy born is a burden. Times have changed and the world has eroded into a gender revolution. Yet, this is the best-kept secret of the era, one that no one would ever know. Was this a miracle of genetic engineering, social reform, or political upheaval? Did this happen overnight or over centuries of struggle? The textbooks speak nothing of it; the people have no memory of that dead-and-dusted era.

When time seems to have turned on its heel, it is difficult for the characters to trust each other anymore. What is the new equation between violence, kindness, and love? Who is a victim and who are the perpetrators? Can equality truly exist? Who, then, has been murdered? Is it a phantasm, the past, or an illusion we live in? Listen in...and find out...

Disclaimer: This show contains expletives and strong language and mature content for Adult listeners, including intimate scenes that support the storyline. This is a work of fiction and any resemblance to real persons, businesses, places or events is coincidental. This show is not intended to offend or defame any individual, entity, caste, community, race, or religion or to denigrate any institution or person, living or dead. Listener's discretion is strongly advised.

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Mind Boggling

Struck me hard ,it broke the stereotype in a way one can never imagine. Must read.

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The ending of the story is vague

I feel so bad after watching this. The story ended very negatively, All the suspense that was created got wasted. It feels like the last part was just hurried upon

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awesome story and plit

very realistic performance by voice artists ❤️❤️❤️.I liked it very much.this is something which can make you feel all the emotions at one point.

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interesting

very interesting story and the performance of the actors are amazing. I got lost in Prateek Babbar's voice and narration. I hope there will be more audio books by him. Rasika Duggal is as usual her perfect self with great acting. the story had alot of twist and turns though the ending could be better in a sense that it was more like a movie than a novel. I miss the old durjoy dutta style of writing.

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expected more from Prateik Babbar

Prateik Babbar's has nice voice and accent but his voice modulation and expression is too flat. Rasika Duggal was perfect

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Predictable but still enjoyable

The story line tries very hard to stay unpredictable but sometimes it is pretty evident what is going to happen next. But we need to appreciate Indian authors trying something different. I will recommend this to all.

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Dystopian society u never imagined

Pratiek babbar's voice and Rasika's charm makes it worth listening. there is no dull moment and story keeps you engaged

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okayish

Hood read at the time of sleep as the voice of the narrator works as ASMR. story isn't properly put down.

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Not good and lost interest while listening to it..

Narrator Prateek and Rasika were very good. They have narrated it beautifully and in an efficient manner. The story was nt very mch powerful.

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hell

why was this book written at the first place... dint and rather don't we have enough issues on men and women rights... was this written to satisfy women's ego.... too stressful and too painful... why can't life be peaceful and why can't equality prevail through all the genders. we need more books to acquire peace to our mind n not anger.