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Old December 11th, 2014, 08:11 PM
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I know some of you do long trips on a regular basis, so if you're like me and your 3rd grade education taxes your ability to string words are a few audio book recommendations.

Ted Dekker's Books; Black, Red, White and Green. I actually listened to the first 3 before digital audio books were common. Just down loaded all four for an upcoming trip.

Robin Cook's, Nano.

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Old December 11th, 2014, 09:32 PM
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Now that I have to drive home for an hour every night (half hour in the morning) I just started listening to a podcast called Serial. Its pretty good, and I'd like to find some other good ones. Definitely refreshing after listening to the same music all the time.
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Bill: I started listening to audiobooks on my drive from Teton Valley across Teton Pass to Jackson Hole everyday. Loved it; it's a great escape. The local library had a great selection.

When we moved to north Dallas, I continued checking them out at the library to listen to going to and from work. I can knock out two to three a month. My wife hates when I am talking to people and say that I just finished reading a great book, or that I read that book some time ago... She doesn't like that I take credit for 'reading' so many books. Oh well, beats talk radio, news, and crap music.

I'll look the books up; thanks for the advice.

Oh, my kids love the Harry Potter audiobooks, as the reader does all the voices.
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