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19 minutes ago, Longjohn said:

But we’re you really listening?

We used to listen to books on CD on road trips.  I don't think I retained much from those books, but at the time, they were great ways to pass a long drive.  

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12 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

We used to listen to books on CD on road trips.  I don't think I retained much from those books, but at the time, they were great ways to pass a long drive.  

There's definitely a cognitive difference between reading & listening.

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1 minute ago, 2Far said:

There's definitely a cognitive difference between reading & listening.

I can say, I reread a LOT of books.  Right now, I'm rereading OMW #2 - The Ghost Brigades.  Chapter one was vaguely familiar, chapter two things started to click again, and now into chapter 3, it's starting to ring a bell.  Some books are pretty strongly retained, some are barely retained, and a rare few are totally forgotten :)

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29 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

I can say, I reread a LOT of books.  Right now, I'm rereading OMW #2 - The Ghost Brigades.  Chapter one was vaguely familiar, chapter two things started to click again, and now into chapter 3, it's starting to ring a bell.  Some books are pretty strongly retained, some are barely retained, and a rare few are totally forgotten :)

I have been thru OMW 1-4 twice. Just once for 5 & 6, I'll prolly do them again after I finish Leviathan Falls (The Expanse). I've also been thru The Bobiverse twice, keeping track of all the Bobs is hard when you can't  see the words, at least it's hard for me.

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