Hamilton: The Revolution Audiobook by Lin-Manuel Miranda [Download]

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Hamilton: The Revolution

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It is considered to be the groundbreaking musical of Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton: The Revolution is as revolutionary as its name suggests. It is about a poor kid from the Caribbean that fights the British, defends the U.S. constitution and becomes an important part in the foundation of the United States. It is a one-in-a-generation show that fuses hip-hop, R&B, pop and the best traditions of the theatre to broaden the sound of Broadway. This books utilizes the storytelling capabilities of rap and exalts our country’s roots in order to provide the new generation with a diverse content.

This audiobook goes beyond the story of how a Broadway show became a phenomenon, it is the testimony of how America was created, protected and evolved with the help of foreigners who chose this country as their new home and took advantage of every single opportunity that was presented before them.

Mariska Hargitay who has won Golden Globe and Emmy Awards also lends her voice for the audiobook.


It is an incredible audiobook that tells the creation of the Broadway show called Hamilton. This Audiobook, Hamilton the Revolution it is not only be narrated by its authors, Jeremy McCarter and Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is not only the creator but also the star actor of the show; but it will also have the help of Mariska Hargitay, the Star of Law and Order: SVU.

Getting a ticket of the Broadway show seems to be an impossible task, and this is why this audiobook came to be. It is made in order for those super fans of Hamilton to be able to enjoy of this amazing story wherever they feel more comfortable in the form of an Audiobook.

Hamilton has charmed the critic and pleased the fans. 60,000 books were printed and they found themselves struggling to meet the demand, the second print was of only 50,000 which is why they decided to have a big order of 400,000 copies for the following summer.

The book is as praised as the show itself. No wonder why the first copies disappeared so quickly. It is an amazing audiobook and an incredible possession for those who are close followers of the Broadway show.

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