This book is a seamless imagining of the rise and fall of a boy who has been told that he is a god, and the repercussions of that lie. Kalki, his family, and his friends are all vividly brought to life by the writer, and the narrator who handles the rendering of the characters with care and joy.
I don't usually listen to audiobooks, as narrators can be very hit or miss for me, but this narrator really nails what i'm looking for -- a cleanly read story with small adjustments of the voice to fit the characters
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