Current/most recent audiobook: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot (narrated by Cassandra Campbell with Bahni Turpin)
Impressions: Loving it. Like the narrator. Like the subject. Finding the whole experience enjoyable.
Current favorite audiobook: Stardust by Neil Gaimain (narrated by the author) or America, America by Ethan Canin (narrated by Robertson Dean)
One narrator who always makes you choose audio over print:
Robertson Dean. Mr. Dean, please start narrating more books that I want to read. Your voice is so dreamy.
Genre you most often choose to listen to:
If given the choice, you will always choose audio when:
If given the choice, you will always choose print when:
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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is on my wish list. I may just have to bump it up to the top of the list!
I’m bad at rereading.. I just don’t like to do it. But I definitely like non-fiction on audio!!
Here’s my audio book week post!
Mickey @ imabookshark
Robertson Dean is my audiobook boyfriend.
I really love listening to nonfiction on audio and Immortal Life was a fantastic audio!
So many new to me narrators to be on the look out for!
I think The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is going to be my next audiobook, as I have heard so many great things about it that I can’t in good conscience pass it up! Great list here today!
I haven’t tried listening to nonfiction yet – not really a big fan to begin with, but maybe listening might be better!
My mid-week meme can be found here.
A dreamy voice… count me in!
I re-listen to audios too! I love doing it because it’s so relaxing. I need to see if my library has Stardust.