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Leonard Hatred 7:19 Sun Nov 15
Audible app recommendations
Come on then you cunts

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duffster 1:15 Mon Nov 16
Re: Audible app recommendations
ANTKIND Charlie Kaufman.

Syd Puddefoot 10:16 Mon Nov 16
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I used to drive a lot and used audio books to pass the time. On one particularly long journey I enjoyed the 20 CD set of American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Obviously you need to like the genre but the actual production was fantastic, part book reading and part play as different readers were used or different characters. Gold standard in my view.

Darby_ 4:45 Mon Nov 16
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I don’t read much non fiction beside economics stuff. Maybe something from the Great Courses? There’s one on Orwell that looks good.

Otherwise -

Alfred Bester - The Stars My Destination
PG Wodehouse - Something Fresh
Charlotte Bronte - Jane Eyre
Frederick Marryat - Peter Simple

If you were going to read one book about economics I’d recommend Ha Joon Chang’s 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism. Very interesting.

Leonard Hatred 1:13 Mon Nov 16
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bell

Yeah, I've finished the Oast House.

Very good.

There's a lot of Partridge stuff on Audible

Hermit Road 11:40 Sun Nov 15
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Titan.

Biography of John Rockefeller.

It is a very long listen though. Great for some long drives.

bell 10:10 Sun Nov 15
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Alan Partridge From The Oust House is brilliant.

Iron Duke 9:58 Sun Nov 15
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Simple mistake to make, Sven. You know, you don’t have to participate in every thread. Maybe take a break.

Non-fiction books that I’ve enjoyed recently are To Be Someone by Ian Stone and Son and Heir by Alexander Münninghoff. To very different books.

BRANDED 9:57 Sun Nov 15
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How The World Thinks

Julian Baggini

Great history of philosophy

ironsofcanada 9:51 Sun Nov 15
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The Swerve : How the World Became Modern

Stephen Greenblatt

Non-fiction Pulitzer Prize winner about one collector who helped jump start the Renaissance.

claretandbluedagger 9:47 Sun Nov 15
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Depends if you’re interested in Greek mythology, but Heroes and Mythos by Stephen Fry (and read by him) are both very good. David Attenborough’s autobiography was brilliant too.

Leonard Hatred 8:18 Sun Nov 15
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I've had a go at A Tale Of Two Cities today but can't get into it.

I prefer non fiction. Biographies etc.

David Hepworth's music stuff is excellent.

Sven Roeder 8:00 Sun Nov 15
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Read?
Think you have misunderstood the basic premise of AUDIBLE

Iron Duke 7:41 Sun Nov 15
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I reckon you would like Stuart Neville.

Check out The Twelve and if you like that read the others.

DO IT NOW.

BRANDED 7:27 Sun Nov 15
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"Capital In the 21st Century" by Thomas Piketty





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