LeftieBiker wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 03, 2020 4:15 pm
I never really got into audio books, but if I have to resume long trips out of state for medical treatment I'll keep that in mind. Thanks. If reading physical books weren't so uncomfortable for me now, I'd read the series.
I've had more audiobooks than paper books the last several years. It's pleasant if you get a good narrator, and you can listen during other activities (walking, gardening, etc...). The only drawback is listening in bed. It's nice to fall asleep to the narration, but much more difficult to find the spot where you stopped paying attention. Leads to some overlap but not that big of a problem.