My preferred way to engage with fiction books – get a good narrator, and it’s unbeatable.


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This is so interesting because I definitely only use it for non-fiction books! I've been so trained to read fictional books with the voice in my head - perhaps I'll give this another go.

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Nov 3, 2021

Oh, interesting! A recent favorite was Project Hail Mary on audio, specifically for the narrator's style — maybe not for everyone?