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Absolute, categorically hated it. This is not a book, but someone's arrogant excuse for documenting their dull and meaningless life. I didn't care about him, his life or this book. Move on, there are many more enjoyable books out there.
I enjoyed the story and how it was presented. I thought it was enlightening and thought provoking. The reader gets a personal perspective of World War II times. It could not have been told without the letters and I appreciated how different actors read the letters. I recommend this book, especially for those who want to explore different cultures and times.
Two Lives by Vikram Seth is a pathetic excuse of a book. I could not even stand listening to the end of the first C.D leave alone the remaining five. I understand that every life experience is unique and we all feel it is a story worth telling--but this one is certainly not worth telling! Or listening to...
Giving this book a one is an insult to the lowness of the number one.By far the most boring CD that has ever entered my car. After I listened to this book I took my car for a tune-up as a way of apologizing.
Vikram Seth has written acclaimed books in several genres: verse novel, "The Golden Gate"; travel book, "From Heaven Lake"; animal fables, "Beastly Tales"; epic fiction, "A Suitable Boy". His most recent novel, "An Equal Music", was published in 1999. He lives in England and India.