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Audiobooks recommendations

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GW297 Fri 22-Feb-13 19:26:57

They sound good - thanks for the recommendations!

happyAvocado Fri 22-Feb-13 18:54:04

I meant - listening to smile not reading

happyAvocado Fri 22-Feb-13 18:30:45

I really enjoyed reading books by Sarah Waters, first Fingersmith, then The Little Strangers and last week - Tipping the Velvet

I think Fingersmith was the best with blood curdling plot!

GW297 Fri 22-Feb-13 18:23:02

That's one of my worries about listening to them in the car! Thanks.

happyAvocado Fri 22-Feb-13 17:37:58

I really enjoyed Amitav Ghosh : Sea of Poppies, I missed motorway turn whilst listening to it on the way to work smile

GW297 Thu 21-Feb-13 16:48:05

Oh, Sue Townsend sounds good - thanks!

Sherbert37 Thu 21-Feb-13 16:10:43

Sue Townsend's The Woman who went to Bed for a Year. It is laugh out loud funny. Listen while I'm washing up or doing the ironing. Our library has downloadable audio books for free.

bran Thu 21-Feb-13 16:05:43

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GW297 Thu 21-Feb-13 16:00:12

Thank you. I have read Dawn French's first book but I best it's great to listen to too. I'm tempted.

DuchessofMalfi Thu 21-Feb-13 15:56:15

You might like to try The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett - it's quite short (about 2.5 hours) but very good.

Cherrypi Thu 21-Feb-13 09:37:35

Dawn french's first book read by her was great.

GW297 Tue 19-Feb-13 19:25:44

Thank you! I want to have something else lined up for when I've listened to this one.

DuchessofMalfi Tue 19-Feb-13 17:29:53

Me too grin Depends what you like, but I've been listening to Tess of the D'Urbervilles. I've also recently listened to Under Milk Wood, which was fabulous. I've been searching through our library's audio book catalogue - too much to choose from smile

GW297 Tue 19-Feb-13 16:44:51

I have just got into audiobooks and really enjoying them. Currently listening to 'The Patchwork Marriage' by Jane Green. What would you recommend I download next, please?

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