What are you reading now?

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Deep Black
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What would I download them on to? & how would I listen to them though?

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MP3player, or a smartphone,  PC etc.

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I only have a laptop, but I don't use it a great deal.
I'd really be after CDs to listen to in the car or kitchen whilst cooking

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You can rip them to CD's from a laptop.

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Looking at the Audible website I'd have to pay £8 per month membership & could only have 1 book each month for an extra £4. or £15 each without membership

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1st 3 months for £3.99each then you could cancel if you wanted to.

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Hmm, but I'd still be paying £8 then for 3 audio books, with more for any extras.
 
I liked the good old days when you could just get & buy what you wanted.
 
I also loved getting films from the library or Blockbuster when I wanted one.
 
Times are changing for the worse for us poor people

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Right now (As the Snookers finished) Alan Moore's Swamp Thing.

Croydon Robert
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The original Dungeons & Dragons rule books (40 years old this week).
 
I purchased them in the original Games Workshop in Hammersmith.

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The last ringbearer by Kirill Eskov.