I've been listening to audiobooks a lot lately. The Millennium Trilogy (Girl with the Dragon) was great and I just finished Stephen King's The Shining which was awesome and totally blew the movie away by a million miles. The Songs of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) series was up on Youtube and the voice acting was phenomenal, (Roy Dotrice is a vocal wizard) but the whole channel finally got yanked for copyright violations. There's free public domain audiobooks on iTunes, but I found that they're often read/acted by complete amateurs and it's not a fun experience. I downloaded Bram Stoker's Dracula from Librivox and the woman reading it was a monotone who sounded like an elementary school child reading a book report. Last night I finally bit the bullet and joined Amazon's audible.com. It's like $7.50 a month for three months and then $14 a month after that. You get one credit a month so you can DL any book...even if it's more expensive than that. I picked The Tenth Anniversary Edition of Neil Gaiman's American Gods as my first credit. I'm two chapters in and I couldn't be happier. There's a full cast of talented voice actors narrating and voicing each character. Anybody else listening to audiobooks? Any recommendations? Any shit to avoid?