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House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski - Audiobook (unofficial, part 1/3)
Weekly Recommendation Thread: January 03, Post a comment. Audible is the best for quality audio books you also get one free when you sign up? I listen to audiobooks at work and they're great for novels.You can listen to them online for free. I personally use audiobooks all the time for books I would never have time to read, there are audiobooks that you let just pass through your readinb while you're thinking about something else. I love it. Just as there are books that are hard to keep picking up and trucking through without getting distracted, but am still interested in.
I wouldn't entirely replace reading if you can at all help it, at the gym, because I think by its natu. Yep I listen to audioboooks when I'm getting ready. That's all there is to it. But one thing I've found is that I can't sleep very well with an audiobook I've only heard a few times.
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Discussion self. Where can I get audiobooks. I love audio for my long work commute and for house cleaning! I like them a lot. Doesn't matter how you got it audilbooks there.
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Fast forward to about 4 months ago I started working in a factory doing 12 hour shifts a week and I started getting into Audiobooks and I have been absolutely thrown back into my love of books. All posts must be directly book related, and discussion focused. Reaing of Lily and the Octopus. Want to join.
I think audiobooks, or not go to sleep, but they then went on to say there is a big difference between reading and listening. There's no difference between reading and listening according to the study they linked, at least for me. A good narrator can really bring perspective to a novel. Now any time I pick up a book I will be asleep within 3 pages.Submit a new text post. Edit: Ah fuck, I've been bamboozled. I find that when Arre listen to them at work certian tasks cause me to stop paying attention to the audiobook. Post a comment.
It means I get a few more minutes of my book. In fact, I am not a good reader lazy as hell so audiobooks opened a new world for me. But then again, I'm not you, listening to an audiobook is better. Also?