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Topic: What a difference format makes sometimes!

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Subject: What a difference format makes sometimes!
Date Posted: 11/4/2011 9:38 PM ET
Member Since: 3/27/2010
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So a while back I tried to read my very first Jane Austen book, Sense & Sensibility. I think I got to page 29 and had to turn it back into the library. I just couldn't do it AT ALL. First of all, the print was TEENY TINY. Second of all, I found it just...hard to get into.

So for my Play it again Sam part of the HF challenges this year, I chose S&S. This time, though, I decided to try it on audiobook. It's narrated by Donada Peters (whom I love) and WOW, what a difference! I am really, really enjoying it and am SO glad I gave it a second chance.

So if anyone out there has tried to read a book that they know they should probably love, or at least TRY, maybe switching the format would help! :)

Last Edited on: 11/4/11 9:38 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 11/4/2011 10:13 PM ET
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I've heard the PG on audio is nothing compared to dead tree versions, the redundancy goes away and/or is not as noticeable. Haven't tried it yet though.