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While my first love was SF, I read widely in YA, urban fantasy, police procedurals, middle-grade, and non-fiction.
As usual, I keep messing up with the timer and forgetting to start/stop it. So far today I've read in The Invention of Nature for about 45 minutes and listened to Dies the Fire for a bit over 2 hours. And spent hours and hours surfing around looking at other people's Readathon related posts...
The Hour 12 Challenge: Hit the Road asks 1) which three audiobooks you’d recommend for a roadtrip and why, OR 2) if you could take a roadtrip to any three bookish locations, what would they be?
I listen to a lot of audiobooks in the car, both during long trips and just during normal commutes. The three I would recommend would be:
In fact, pretty much any thriller or mystery is likely to read well (for instance the Anna Pigeon series read by Barbara Rosenblatt). I do prefer when the sex of the narrator matches the sex of the main character. And there are female narrators that I like, but they just didn't come to mind first.
In terms of places to visit myself. When I was younger, I very much wanted to visit Darkover and Pern. These days, I wouldn't mind visiting Hogwarts, Middle Earth, or pretty much any Urban Fantasy world where magic really works for good, but I'd definitely like to come home again after my visit.