This is a no brainer for me. Any day I would love to have an actual book in my hand. But due to constraints with time, not being able to actually read a book while driving or at work, and just life in general I have turned completely to audio books to allow for the indulgence of reading in my life.
And as of late, I have preferred it. I thoroughly enjoy the narrators and what they add to the characters with voices and inflections. I feel like audio books make the book come to life.
While I do imagine what a character would sound like in my own mind when I read a book, I feel that with a narrator on an audio it adds a bit more intrigue to them.
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I’m yet to discover a really good audiobook – the last one had a rather poor narrator – but I’m willing to try again.
I love the narrator for the Folk of Air series. I love the narrator for All Souls Trilogy and it is why I have had issues listening to Time’s Convert cause it is a different narrator. The narrator for Caraval series is great to me as well. The narrator for Serpent & Dove is fantastic as well and I swear I have heard her before but can’t place it. Sorry I got a little lengthy there. 🙂
I’m really starting to find my footing with audiobooks. They really do help keep the road rage in check. 🙂
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