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Audio Books

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by corvetteguy78, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. corvetteguy78

    corvetteguy78 Well-Known Member VIP

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    So I'm on my fourth Audio Book. I've read a few of books in the past but I find i enjoy Audio Books much more. I get dragged into the story more. I finally joined Audible.com 1 year platinum membership. 12 Credits upfront which is pretty much = to 12 audio books +30% off. If you don't become a member then the books are like 27-40 bucks.

    Anyone else listening to audio books and any recommendations?

    So far I have listened to:

    The Shack
    The Woodcutter
    Unbroken

    And currently listening to American Gods.

    The Shack is probably by far the best book I have ever read and I must say Unbroken was absolutely fantastic. The Woodcutter was a great book but set in England with their terminology but over all a good book..

    Other books I have read: which are all great books

    The Mists of Avalon-Marion Zimmer Bradley
    Mad Merlin-J Robert King
    Lancelot de Lethe- J Robert King
    Children of Huron-Toilken
    Le Morte D'Avalon-J Robert King
     
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    92stoccord Big Member VIP

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    I would probably lose attention span by the time they say the authors name.
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    i used to listen to audio books in the car, but they never stuck with me. i have to read them to get them.
     
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    reckedracing TTIWWOP VIP

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    back when i listened to NPR I would sometimes catch an author reading a part of their book
    always interesting, but i never really got into it
     
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