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Audiobooks

TexaninSconny

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Listened to Empire of the Summer Moon. Pretty interesting nonfiction about Comanches and the wave of settlers they encountered.


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Arkie

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Can't Hurt Me- David Goggins..... You're welcome.
Not hunting related, but a great read.
I read it on Kindle and then listened to the Audiobook every time I ran for about 2 weeks.


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MIPublic

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Spearhead by Adam Makos
A higher calling by Adam makos
The frontiersmen by Alan Eckert
American Buffalo by Steven Rinella
The devil in the white city by Erik Larsen
Poachers were my prey by R.T stewert
American Buffalo was great, listened to that when it came out.
 

Patriot

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I have some credits with Audible that are about to expire and I'm looking to burn a few, any recommendations? Hunting-related would be cool. but I'm good with anything really.

I like history, Harry Potter and Game of Thrones is about as mythological as I'll get, I loved Ready Player One, and got bored with Red Sparrow.

Let me know what you got!
I’m big into history too. Killing Jesus, Killing Lincoln and the other O Reilly books are very well done.

Where the red Fern grows is the paperback I usually take hunting with me
Hands down my favorite book. Read it in third grade. Turned me into a reader.
 

Weldabeast

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The Ann rice vampire series are really good also. I know I read the first 2 and maybe the 3rd...I can't remember. They all kinda tie in together. With immortal characters u can do a lot with them
 

avgjoe

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They may be obvious, but you can’t go wrong with anything by authors Vince Flynn, Tom Clancy, WEB Griffin, Michael Crichton, Lee Child, and Robert Ludlum.
I like most of those authors as well. I would add Brad Taylor, C.J. Box, and John Gilstrap in a similar genre.

Disclaimer: I don’t listen to audiobooks, but I read a lot.

John Flanagan has a couple of series targeted to younger readers that I’m not ashamed to say I really enjoyed. Ranger’s Apprentice and The Brotherband Chronicles.

But, my all time favorite book series is Red Rising by Pierce Brown. It’s the only series that I’ve read more than once…
 

ssramage

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I got the audible service through Amazon a couple months ago during a family vacation. Only one I've listened to fully is
"Green Lights" by Matthew McConaughey. It's an excellent listen.

I downloaded "That Wild Country" by Mark Kenyon. Not crazy about it but I'm not far in. His voice has gotten kind of obnoxious to me and the book is 8 hours long...

Anything CJ Box is pretty good also.
 
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