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Ant wrote (edited )

Anything by Ursula Le Guin

youtube seems to have a few options


goof_goat OP wrote

good idea... i listened to the dispossessed a few months ago


Tequila_Wolf wrote

Might wanna elaborate on what kind of stuff you are into.

How about Homage to Catalonia?

It's small still, but in case you haven't looked at f/audiobooks for ideas, that's an option.

It'd be nice if everybody posts their thoughts on this there also!


goof_goat OP wrote

oops didn't realize that sub existed. homage to catalonia is great to read to argue with all the misreaders of orwell


haunteddiamond wrote

The jungle is pretty good. Story about a Lithuanian family who move to America for a new life in the early 1900s from a leftist prospective.


MoeShinola1 wrote

High Rise by J. G. Ballard was on YouTube in four parts, last I checked. It's really great. Also The Ballad of the White Horse, by G. K. Chesterton.


JojoGonal wrote

Try some classic tho, the fun thing about audiobooks is that it contains music and the convenience while you are at something else. I used the apknite LibriVox Audio Books while taking my bus and on the way to work too. That really saves my time.