The Catcher In The Rye Audiobook was first published in the series form by J. D. Salinger in 1945- 1946 and in 1951 it was presented as a novel by publisher Little, Brown and Company. The book lies in the genre of literary realism and fiction.
The Catcher in the Rye Audiobook – Novel Review:
The hero of Catcher in the rye is an American 16 years old boy named as Holden who leaves his school. The main character of the story is very complex to understand. The boy is attracted to beauty and features a loyal and faithful character. He is troubled and disturbed because of the death of his younger brother. Later on, one of his classmates commits suicide. Thus, he is alone in the entire city ad facing from the serious psyche.
The novel Catcher in the Rye Audiobook All Chapters is the best novel for the mature and grown-ups. Critiques mentioned that the novel does contain mild swearing words which depict the nature of teens. Thus, it does contain many sexual references and activities like smoking and drinking. It is definitely a compassionate American classic story that is worth reading.
Even though the novel Catcher in the rye has a significant influence and writer showed great willingness that his work may get adapted as a movie but failed.
About Author (J.D. Salinger):
J.D. Salinger is an American writer who left the world in a despair on 27th January 2010. His short stories are a great success. Salinger work of American literature is most famous. He is a compassionate person who has been through many terrible experiences which can clearly be depicted in his writing. It is true that most of his work is outdated but is widely recognized. His emotional power is recognizable and strong.