Audiobooks are a great gateway when reading is not your forte or if you are trying to improve your reading you can listen to what has been said as well as following along with the physical booking. There are thousands of titles out there to suit any taste and all the key fiction and non-fiction books are covered. I cannot recommend this enough as a way of consuming really enjoyable literature and learning new things.

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