Born a Crime audiobook is Trevor’s autobiographical comedic novel. Trevor was born to a white Swiss father and a black Xhosa mother during a period when such a relationship was illegal. Trevor was primarily confined indoors for the first several years of his life as his mother tried to protect him from authorities that could take him away at any point. In Born a Crime audiobook, Trevor and his mother set off on a magnificent journey after the ending of the repressive white government in South Africa, living forthrightly and appreciating the chances acquired through generations of hardship.
Born a Crime audiobook begins with Noah’s mother throwing him out of a van as she believes the driver is from another South African tribe, planning to murder them. Living in poverty, he gains financial stability by retailing unlicensed pirated CDs initially at school and eventually on the streets of Alexandra’s infamous neighborhood. Noah tells how difficult it is for him to live with his violent stepfather Abel. His mother gives him affection but sets some discipline rules throughout it all. After Noah caught while riding an unlicensed automobile stolen from his stepfather’s garage, his mother sets the law about punishment. The tale concludes with Noah’s mother’s miraculous recovery after facing death because of his cruel stepfather.
In short, Born a Crime audiobook free is about a naughty small child who develops into an anxious adult as he tries to find himself in a society in which he never meant to belong. Born a Crime audiobook free is also the narrative of that son’s connection with his daring, disobedient, and deeply devout mother trying to protect her child from the misery, brutality, and suffering that would eventually endanger her own survival.
Trevor Noah wrote Born a Crime audiobook.
Trevor Noah was born on February 20th, 1984. He is a humorist, tv host, author, producer, political analyst, and artist from South Africa. He is the presenter of The Daily Show, a Comedy Central humorous news show.
Trevor Noah was born and raised in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. His father is of Swiss-German origin, and his mother is Xhosa. Noah’s parents’ relationship was a crime under law at the time of his birth because they belong to a different race. He discusses this in his book “Born a Crime”. Noah attended Maryvale College, a Johannesburg-based private Roman Catholic high school.
Noah, then 18 years old, had a minor role in the opera Isidingo in 2002. Later, on YFM, Gauteng’s premier youth radio station, he presented his own radio show, Noah’s Ark. Noah gave up his radio program and acting career to pursue comedy full-time, and he has shared the stage with a number of South African comedians.
Noah started appearing on late-night chat shows in the United States and English panel programs in the United Kingdom. In 2014, he was named The Daily Show’s Senior International Correspondent. In 2015, he replaced long-time anchor Jon Stewart. Born a Crime, his first autobiographical book received critical praise. Recently, Noha hosted the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Furthermore, Noah nominated for nine honors, including an MTV Africa Music Award and a Primetime Emmy Award. In 2017 and 2018, The Hollywood Reporter labeled him as one of “The 35 Most Powerful People in New York Media.” He also appeared on the list of one of the world’s 100 most influential persons by Time magazine in 2018. He is currently based in New York City.
The narrator of Born a Crime audiobook is Trevor Noah.
The length of Born a Crime audiobook is 8 hours and 44 minutes.
Audible Studios published Born a Crime audiobook on 11/15/16.