Anyway, I think that memoirs are great as audiobooks because someone is actually telling you a story; I'll be on the lookout for others. I'll also be on the lookout for more Bill Bryson - I have his A Short History of Nearly Everything sitting on my bookshelf, but I just don't think that I'll get to it this year...
Challenges: 888 Challenge, Non-Fiction Five Challenge
I've loved all the Bryson I've read, this one and A Short History are excellent.
The next one of his I want to read is the Appalacian Trial one.
He makes me laugh when I read.
That's why I think he makes good audio books - they're amusing and fun to listen to... if those qualities are missing I tend to drift off!
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