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Tagsthis could be pretty depressing but...a realistic view we may all encounter (1), someday. (1), Motivational guide for older beginner writers (1), One of the top 10 books I've ever read. Perhaps it's the teacher in me. (1), Depending on your age (1), MPR Talk Show. Listening to the audio tape is the only way to go! (1), the fortunes of men are cyclical" (1), 4 stars ONLY if you are interested in bees (1), honey and those who care about bees. (1), "Like the land (1) — see all tags

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About meHalf of my 'reading' is done via audio books. I believe the reader's voice adds quite a bit to the storyline and you can get a great deal of yard work or housework accomplished while enjoying a good book! I also listen to books while driving. It helps when you are stuck in traffic or....when you are on a long trip. John Lee is my favorite reader of all time and Scott Brick is a close second.

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