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This is a fiction novel. This story is consisting of literature. This beautiful novel is written by Colson Whitehead. He is an American. He is the author of novels. He wrote several books like The Nickel Boys, The Intuitionist, The Underground Railroad, Zone One, The Noble Hustle, Apex Hides the Hurt, Electrical Literature No.2, John Henry days, and Sag Harbor. If you want to listen to his best then do refer to his The Underground Railroad (Television Tie-in) and The Nickel Boys (Winner 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction)  novel. is also his wonderful storybook. These books are receiving amazing comments from the listeners and readers.

The narrator of the novel is Dion Graham. Dion Graham is a wonderful narrator. He did a great job. He narrated the novel with an energetic voice. His voice takes you to the depth of the novel and you became a part of the novel.

The story revolved around the character Ray Carney. he is a salesman. He is the owner of the fair-price furniture shop. He is spending a good life with his family. His wife’s name is Elizabeth. She is pregnant. She is expecting a second child. He is living in a simple home. , it’s still home. After some years. He is facing a financial crisis. He thinks that someone help him. But all his thoughts are his imaginations. financial One day Freddie plans to rob a five-star hotel. Here the story turns and twist. The story became more interesting.  He is spending double life now.

I love this story. All the story is engaging. The listeners engaged till the end. A powerful story with wonder full narration.

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