You probably like reading: well, let’s say you love reading. In fact, maybe reading is your favorite hobby. Your favorite genre is anything nonfiction. It is the only thing that you think about when you are not busy with other things.
That book: that story. You probably can’t wait to get home so that you can start reading. You probably even carry your books around so that you can read them as you travel home by train.
But times change. People have become even busier as they find ways to make even more money. You also have kids that are forever in your face. All these take up most of your time, and you soon realize that you do not read as much as you used to.
And that is where audiobooks come in. You play it as you do other things, and this way, you kill two birds with one stone.
The Writing Style. It affects the final output of the story. This is what sets apart the work of a specific writer from the rest. It encompasses issues such as purpose, word order, and sentence fluency.
Subject. This is simply the specific context of any work of art. It may range from law, medicine, history, etc.
Narrator’s Voice. The voice of the narrator greatly affects the mood of the entire story. The voice should capture your attention and make you eager to hear more of the story.
Modern medicine has really transformed the world we live today. Procedures such as child birth and treatment of injuries has been made easier and simpler. Diseases have been made manageable and cures have been found to some of the hardcore illnesses.
Nothing captures all these more than the book Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End.
This book explores what happens when modern medicine has failed to treat an illness and the extent to which medical practitioners go in the hope of preventing the inevitable and which in this case is death.
The story revolves around a practicing surgeon Gawande who tries to bring out the need for the elderly and dying patients to spend their last days on earth in a happy and dignified manner.
He is against the horrifying procedures that dying patients are subjected to in the hope of extending their lives. He calls for calm and tranquility as they see their last days on earth, surrounded by love and care from one’s family.
The story is told calmly and engagingly and captures your attention as you enjoy every bit of the story.
It is excellent storyline as well as its awesome narration tone contribute to make Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End the best nonfiction audiobook.
This book tells the tale of an 8-man crew from the University of Washington in their quest for gold in the 1936 Olympics.
What is so fascinating about this story is that ordinary people with little experience in rowing defeated experienced rowers.
The story is really emotional. This is highlighted in the story of one of the rowers, Joe Rantz, who rows not for glory but identity and purpose. Joe has no family, and rowing is the only thing that gives him hope.