Anyway, he seems to thing that I drink my Harry Potter cool aid via Audible, and its not true. Although I do have book 6 in audio, it was the first Harry Potter I did listen to, because its the only one there. BTW, it is very well done, recommended.
But I did start thinking about my Audible collection. What have I been listening to this past 5+ years?
My Audiobooks group in iTunes has about 180 items, for a total of 8.88Gb of data (around 35.8 days). My most listened to book (yes, I do listen some of them more than once) is Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card.
I have all the Ender books, plus all the Bean books. I prefer these last ones. The sort-of Risk-like action of the Giant series is very cool to read.
I have 15 books of the Discworld series, by Terry Pratchet, including all of the Guards theme, my favorite. I also have about 6 Agatha Christie books, a couple of Al Franken, 3 or 4 about the last War on Iraq (including all of Bob Woodward), C.S. Lewis, some Dan Brown (I listen to the DaVinci Code about 8 months before he hit the stores in Portugal, and read two more before that one. I still think he is a mediocre writer with a amazing capability to dump facts; read/listen to the Digital Fortress to see what I mean).
Douglas Adams is also present, with 5 books. The Bourne saga racks in 3 books, and it would be more if the production of The Bourne Ultimatum, which is pretty bad. Avoid.
John Le CarrÃ© is there, being one of my favorite writers. Neal Stephenson make an appearance with three more books. We also see J.R.Tolkien, with the Hobbit.
Then I have about 30 books of several authors. Two stand out: The World is Flat by Thomas L. Friedman, and Moneyball by Michael Lewis.
Finally I have a lot of Robin Williams interviews with some other Hollywood actors/actress, and a lot of radio shows of Your Mac Life.
I commute about 8 to 14 hours weekly, driving between Figureira da Foz and Lisboa (about 200km), two to three times each week, and this is the only way to make it sane.