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The Naked Flame

Illumination of a chaotic mind.

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The Glassblower (The Glassblower Trilogy Book 1)
Samuel Willcocks, Petra Durst-Benning
The Jekyll Revelation - Robert Masello

It worked better for me than others since the average reviews is 3.

I found The Jekyll Revelation exciting and inventive. The book progresses between the past and present which is done well, no confusion as to what time period. Right amount of historical fact blended into the story line.

Does that make me Lazy?

Earlier this year I switched from listening to music in my office at work to listening to narrated books. I blame Amazon - especially Kindle and Prime membership which offers unlimited access. Now, I've met my 2015 book reading goal and over 3/4 is from narrated novels. I've become addicted.

I feel guilty. I still love "real" books, the heft, and smell. But I've found that some stories that were hard to get into by simply reading in the traditional way were far more fascinating and better with professional narration.

Am I lost to narration?

Does that make me lazy?