Sound of the Book: Shantaram is Down Under


Some books become special for us. A story might have touched us in some way during a special time in our life.

I have few books that I have connected with in that way. However, in the past few years, I’ve noticed that some books have associated themselves with specific songs. Whenever I hear the song, I automatically think of that book.

I decided to start sharing these associations on the blog.

I can’t always explain why this specific song connected with a specific story. I’ve speculated, but I am happy to leave my spirit judge this and allow these connections to come about as they may.

I don’t want to over think it … These associations make the story and the music more special for me and I shall allow it to continue without hindering it by analytical examination.

Without much further ado … Here is my first couple
ShantaramShantaram by Gregory David Roberts

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Very good book with an amazing description of Indian life, people, culture and food.
Tends to drag on in some parts but is an entertaining and engaging story.

View all my reviews

As you will hear in the song, the man in the song is 6’4” and full of muscle from land down under … to me he sounds like Lindsay … and I just can’t help but to think of him as I listen to this song.
Enjoy!

 

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