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    I have just finished Bill BRYSON,s one summer America 1927 and I am now reading Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith ( J K Rowling) can recommend them both





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    I absolutely adore Bill Bryson's wit and approach to writing. His books are actually better as audiobooks, as his tone comes out much clearer. My favorite is a Walk in the Woods. I've listened to it several times and still laugh out loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 322781, member: 94
    I absolutely adore Bill Bryson's wit and approach to writing. His books are actually better as audiobooks, as his tone comes out much clearer. My favorite is a Walk in the Woods. I've listened to it several times and still laugh out loud.
    It is a audio book I listened to it on my KINDLE on Audible and it is BRYSON that is reading it





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