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Sci-Fi And Fantasy Suggestions From Audible.com

September 30, 2012 Leave a comment

Today I got my monthly “recommendations” from audible.com in terms of sci-fi and fantasy books. I thought I would present them to everyone else.

NOTE: On a personal basis I disagree with two of these suggestions. First is The Farseer: Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb. This book is so slow that I still haven’t been able to complete it. Second is The Scar By Sergey & Marina Dyachenko. To read my take on it, click here. Read more…

What’s Hot On Audible.com In Science Fiction/Fantasy?

August 19, 2012 Leave a comment

According to the email I received this morning, this is what is hot on Audible.com for audio books:

Most Wished For Science Fiction & Fantasy

Take a peek at what your fellow listeners are wishing for. You might discover a book you never even knew you wanted! Read more…

Why I Like (But Also Sometimes Hate) Audio Books

August 15, 2012 Leave a comment

I like audio books. I am not afraid to admit to it. In fact, most of my reading these days comes in the form of listening to audio books.

Why I like audio books is no great secret.

1. During the course of my two hour commute every week day, I get two hours of reading in. No kids screaming, no wife constantly interrupting me to fix something. It’s just me, the audio book, my car, and that moron in front of me who is now cutting me off. HEY! Buddy, would it kill you to use a turn signal? Read more…