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Audiobooks

Do you listen to audiobooks? I've just started in the last month and I am enjoying them quite a lot. I'm wondering where to go next with them. I finished Men at Arms and I must say I did enjoy it a lot. I downloaded Cloud Atlas to listen to on the journey to Scotland, but in the end Men at Arms lasted the whole way there and back.

Audible seems to have a very wide selection, so I might start getting them from there. I don't think I listen fast enough to make it worth subscribing though.

Has anyone got any recommendations for really good audio books?

Do you think it is best to go for a book you know and like, read by a person whose interpretation you trust? Or do you discover new works in audio like you would printed books?

What type of books do you listen to? I've only listened to poetry and very accessible novels so far.
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  • Phew what a scorcher

    I see Gove has backed down on climate change and it's back in the curriculum again.

  • GCSE Computer Science

    My book is now for sale

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