The Stranger is a gold from the past archives of rich literature & fiction. This classic novel was published in the print version for the first time in 1942. It had immense following then, which never got dipped at any time in between. The audio format of this novel gave it a new life, which the audience thoroughly enjoyed and many more will do so in coming time. The novel is written by Albert Camus. He is a maestro in literary writing of his time and this novel tells a great story about his own skills and abilities as a writer. The Myth of Sisyphus and The Plague are among the other best novels written by Albert Camus.
The narration of this novel is one of its strongest points. It was done by Jonathan Davis and the audience just loved him for his voice and the ability to understand the characters that he was meant to play. The translation to English of this novel is done by Matthew Ward.
The time when Meursault, a young Algerian killed a man then his trial and imprisonment were highly puzzling and weird. The amoral Meursault apparently invested quite little in the ideas of God and Love. He seemed to be on a trial, which was lesser for his murderous deed, and more about what the authorities believe in his very own deficient character.
The Stranger is among the most read novels of all time. The popularity and its readership was all across the world and not just confined to a particular region. It had more than a millions copies sold already worldwide, which in its own-self tells a great story about the quality of the novel.