Talking to strangers
This is a neat audiobook from the world-famous author Malcolm Gladwell, it looks at case studies and events that try to decipher what we should look at when we meet strangers, to better understand them and their motives. He looks at cars where my misinterpreting a stranger leads to dire consequences for some people and tries to understand the physiology behind the phenomena. A very well produced audiobook, with a crisp and emotive monologue.
A Suitable Boy
This is a Novella which I read when I was in university and at that time it was the thickest book in the market 1270 pages with a fat hardbound cover and I read all of it in one go over two months. This is more a Radio Play as it has character voices and not just a monologue. The production quality is good and sound effects to convey the ambiance of the place and situation. Make listening to a more imaginative and real, and entertaining experience.
The Girl in room105
This is the latest from the Chetan Bhagat stables where the lead protagonist is going through a turmoil in his life as he has lost his job and his girlfriend leaves him, he is fascinated and in love with a Muslim girl called Zara. An intriguing story that is gripping and well produced.
This is from Dan Brown takes us through another adventure of Symbolist Robert Langdon, the mystery continues about in another setting. Again and well optional audiobook and well voiced.
The Scions of Ikshvaku
The journey of Ram and the story of his life is documented in this Modern adaptation of the tale, a crisp and character-driven production makes for great listening.
This is a Hasan Zaidi extravaganza that takes us through the underwood of Mumbai and talks about the women who lead from the front and became Mafia Queens.
The Unsuitable Boy
This is the life story of Karan Johar and it is narrated by Gaurav Sajanhar, it is hilarious at parts and very emotional at times, but a no holds barred account of the tale of an exceptional director.