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  1. #1
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    Default Audible

    The actual book recommendations I've got here have kept me busy but happy! I also have a subscription to Audible. I listen to it in the car and have just finished a marathon run of Patrick O'Brian and John Le Carre. I've built up quite a few credits and am looking for recommendations to spend my credits on please? Also if anyone wants to try Audible I think I can share the books I've bought (is that correct???). If it's correct would it be a good idea to share and swap audible books here? Anyone on for that?

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    Happy to mention some books I have recently listened to on Audible.
    Days Without End. By Sebastian Barry
    All of Robert Harris’s novels.
    All of David Mitchel’s novels- especially The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet.
    Martin Walker’s series of Bruno chef de police.
    I have enjoyed all of these which while away the time when driving very enjoyably.

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    I should also say that The Riddle of the Sands which is recommended elsewhere proved a remarkably good listen on Audible but I was surprised to find how funny it was, as well as having the intended tension. Highly recommended.

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    I would highly reccomend: Islands, Oceans, and Dreams
    The True Story of a Sailor's Seven Year Solo Voyage Around the World
    By: Michael Salvaneschi
    Well writtten accunt of a solo circumnaviagation

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