Books 23, 24, and 25 – Some Shorts

I’m still working on getting my wife back into reading. To this end, I trapped her for a few hours and forced her to listen to three short audiobooks that I enjoyed and thought she would, too.

The DispatcherThe Dispatcher by John Scalzi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

That was a very fun, short read. I may even listen again sometime.

**Listened again but with my son this time. Still feel the same about it. He enjoyed it a lot.**

Trying to get my wife into audio books and thought this would be a good pick for her. She liked it quite a bit. Score!

Christmas Eve, 1914Christmas Eve, 1914 by Charles Olivier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well I did not expect to get all teared up but I did. Very good.

**second listen with my wife. We both cried a bit.**

Strong Ending A Journey from Combat to ComedyStrong Ending A Journey from Combat to Comedy by Audible Originals
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As a big fan of stand-up comedy, a USMC vet, and someone who deals with mental health issues, there wasn’t much in this production I couldn’t relate to. I was engrossed in each person’s story and Mary-Louse Parker did a fantastic job bringing it all together.

**Second listen with my USMC vet wife. She enjoyed it.

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