Audible.com is a digital rights minefield... A lot of free media types really don't like them that much... The audio CD is available in stores just like the hard cover. I would get that instead...
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All of the stores I went to looking for the audiobook didn't have it so I went ahead and setup an Audible account once I saw it was available there. I just couldn't wait until the copy I ordered today will come in. No big deal since I was playing around with the idea of setting up an account but this pushed me over the edge.
I'll still listen to the podcast version too. I just can't get enough of these stories.
Good point JCRR. The pre and post episode chatter is just as much a part of the experiance as the story itself. If it was gone I would feel like I was missing something.“One ping – one ping only” Captain Ramius
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I wil always listen to the Podcast first. Like the rest of us Junkies I love the FDO feedback. It's what makes us Junkies as much as the story. I am a huge fan of Audible as well and will get a copy through there as well to help Pimp the Man. If I go back and listen to the storey a 2nd, 3rd or 4th time I like being able to have just the story. I have gotten in the habit of picking up another copy of Infection, or Earthcore or whatever if I go to a bookstore and they don't have what I am looking for as well. It happens quite a bit actually as I tend to look for some pretty vague titles on robotics or programming microcontrollers lol. I always use their computer to look up Sigler titles and leave it on that when I walk away. You never know, it might help make a sale or two. My friends were all like, "A book? You got me a book?" They don't read much. haha. I have enjoyed Scott's work FAR more than mosst books that I have purchased in the past and like the idea that I'm helping promote his career so he will have the freedom to keep creating more stories for us. Not for everyone I know and that's cool too. Just how I feel.
I'm not real bright, but I'm consistant.