Yes, at some future point. I often reread books, and there's no reason not to relisten to an audible, especially when it is something I have enjoyed.I have been a fan of the Jack Reacher novels for several years. While I don’t recall which one I read first, I know I’d read several of the most recent ones before I decided to go back and read them all in chronological order. This particular one—Echo Burning—provided the answer to my “burning” question: why Did MP Jack Reacher end his military career? I won’t give that away in this review—I don’t want to spoil it for another who hasn’t had that question answered as yet. I’ll just say that as always, the plot is complex, the characters, though somewhat predictable, are interesting and believable. To sum it up, I find these novels to be “good reads,” and that’s what I look for in my leisure reading experience. By the way, this novel is my first experience with Audible/Kindle listening—the reader did a superb job in translating the written word into oral mode—voice, speech rhythm, diction, expression—all contributed to a very satisfactory experience. I’ve used recorded books for years as accompaniment to my exercise program, and as an antidote to insomnia—I enjoy the Audible experience more than dealing with a tape or CD player, especially during the night. I’ve learned that it is possible to attach a small speaker to the Kindle in place of my headphones when the volume isn’t quite as high as I’d like, and this will remedy my only, very slight, problem.
As you might expect, it was when I finally understood the reason behind Jack Reacher's resignation from the military, and his choice to live as a vagabond.
No, this was my first Dick Hill performance as a reader on a recorded book. I thoroughly enjoyed his contribution and would look forward to hearing him read some book in the future.
I don't think so--it is a very long book, for one thing, and that would be beyond my ability to stay involved, to say nothing of awake. But I enjoy
I wish there way a way to download to 3G Kindle other than via my computer. Takes at least two hours this way, and I'm a bit spoiled by the speed with which the written version is downloaded to my Kindle. I plan to acquire a Kindle Fire at some point and hope that the download process is speedier.
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