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In 1899, in the south Indian village of Chevathar, renowned for its groves of a rare variety of blue mango, Solomon Dorai is contemplating the imminent destruction of his world and everything he holds dear. As the thalaivar, or headman, of Chevathar, he seeks to preserve the village from both catastrophe and change, and the decisions he makes will mark his family for generations to come.

Richly emotional and abundant in historical detail, The House of Blue Mangoes is a gripping family chronicle that spans nearly a half century and three generations of the Dorai family as they search for their place in a rapidly changing society. Whether recruited into the burgeoning independence movement, apprenticed in ancient medical arts, or managing a British tea plantation, the Dorai men nevertheless find themselves drawn back to their ancestral land by profound emotional ties that transcend even the most powerful forces of history.

The House of Blue Mangoes Audiobook Narrator

Simon Vance is the narrator of The House of Blue Mangoes audiobook that was written by David Davidar

Simon Vance is a critically acclaimed narrator who has recorded over eight hundred audiobooks and has received over fifty Earphones Awards. A twelve-time Audie Award winner and frequent finalist, he has been named an AudioFile Golden Voice, an AudioFile Best Voice, and the first Booklist Voice of Choice. A former BBC Radio presenter and newsreader in London, he currently lives in California, where he also pursues stage and television acting.

About the Author(s) of The House of Blue Mangoes

David Davidar is the author of The House of Blue Mangoes

David Davidar began his career in journalism and now works in publishing. He is married and lives in New Delhi.

The House of Blue Mangoes Full Details

NarratorSimon Vance
Length16 hours and 55 minutes
AuthorDavid Davidar
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateMarch 26, 2009
ISBN9781483070025

Additional info

The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-10 is 1483070026. The ISBN-13 is 9781483070025.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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