I have been an audible member for 6 1/2 years.
I have listened to 228 audio books in that time.
I'm just about done with Robert Wilson's "Spin" trilogy (spectacular, mediocre, dreck - thanks for asking) and was all set to embark on a dreary exploration of the Spanish Flu epidemic when _refugee_ fucked with my mojo.
Read Harriet the Spy. Great book. Read To Kill A Mockingbird. Great book.
Have not read The Feminine Mystique.
Have not read Silent Spring.
Am currently reading The Second Self (1 audiobook, 1 kindle book, ideally at least one of them is fiction). Have, at various times, decided I need to read The Koran, The Golden Bough, and bought the first seven Toynbee books at great expense on eBay.
So here's the question -
All those books? The ones that everyone always uses in arguments? The ones that shaped culture, policy, society? The ones you liked reading?
Yeah, gimme those. After a six-month binge on geopolitics I'm ready to do something other than crap deus-ex-machina grey goo pulp sci fi.