This week, Audible Studios released THE YEAR OF READING DANGEROUSLY, an inspirational and very funny account of the author and narrator’s expedition through literature, classic, cult, and every kind of book in between. This fresh, funny, and enlightening audiobook is an absolute must-have for book lovers everywhere. Andy Miller, the author, narrates this memoir himself, explaining to readers how fifty great books saved his life.
A working father whose life no longer feels like his own discovers the transforming powers of great (and downright terrible) literature in this laugh-out-loud memoir.
Andy Miller had a job he liked, a family he loved and no time at all for reading. Or so he kept telling himself. But, no matter how busy or tired he was, something kept niggling at him. Books. Books he’d always wanted to read. Books he’d said he’d read, when he hadn’t. Books that whispered the promise of escape from the 6:44 am train to work. And so, with the turn of a page, began a year of reading that was to transform Andy’s life completely.
This book is Andy’s inspirational and very funny account of his expedition through literature: classic, cult and everything in-between. Crack the spine of your unread Middlemarch, discover what The Da Vinci Code and Moby-Dick have in common (everything, surprisingly) and knock yourself out with a new-found enthusiasm for Tolstoy, Douglas Adams and The Epic of Gilgamesh.
The Year of Reading Dangerously is a listener’s odyssey and it begins with this audiobook.