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Old 09-20-2004, 06:40 PM   #2
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Hi Tom,

I've never really tried audiobooks. I used to commute an hour or so a day before I moved to the country, where it would have been nice to be able to listen to a book rather than read (especially on the trip home when you're feeling a bit tired), but I just don't travel or have enough time to devote to listening to a book now.

I wonder what eveyone else's experiences with audiobooks is like. I imagine the reader can really influence the quality of the book.

Craig.
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