First off, I'll say this, I own a version of the book (I'll upload a picture of it when I get home late tonight) which I've read a couple of times, and I find it fascinating reading. So, with the Audible version only being a couple of quid, I thought 'why the hell not?' and … Continue reading Audible – The Art of War: The Stratagy of Sun Tzu
I've not been posting much about my reading and audible recently, primarily because I've been listening to Anthony Beevor's Second World War narrated by Sean Barrett, charting different aspects of the war from start to finish. While this is superb and incredibly interesting, it's effing huge, so the audible files (yes, it's that long) are … Continue reading Audible – The Second World War by Anthony Beevor
Another six gym days week, another audiobook down. I was recommended this one by our tutor (the magnificent James Friel) for the MA Creative Writing course late last year, when we were discussing different sci-fi via email. I'd not heard of it, and kept hold of the email until such time as I was able … Continue reading Audible – A Canticle for Leibowitz
Let's make no mistake, the Audible Bladerunner narrated by Scott Brick, is actually the unabridged version of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. If you're expecting the narrated version of the film, with moving speeches from Roy Batty and games of chess between Tyrell and Sebastian, you're in for a disappointment. Good news is, if … Continue reading Audible – Bladerunner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep)
This morning, after 29 pleasurable hours listening, I finished Charles Dickens' novel, Pickwick Papers on Audible. In the past I've tried reading Dickens, and found it hard going, it's not a style that I can read very well, and because of this, I've never managed more than a couple of chapters before moving on to … Continue reading Audible – reading books through your ears.