So I have been an avid reader since I learned to read at the ripe age of 4. I have read an obnoxious amount of books and It has always been a love for me. I am 23(going on 24) and don't find as much time to read. I used to read at night but now I am usually to tired to read. Thats when I discovered the greatness that is Audiobooks. It all started on a drive from Indiana to Montana(24 hours) I listened to 2 books(now and then mixing the 45 days worth of music I have on my laptop) Now I can't seem to stop listening to Audiobooks. I even find myself listening to books I have already read. I recently even purchased an Audiobook over the real book (Patton Oswalt's Zombie, Spaceship, Wasteland. check it out) I have a 45 min drive to my College and a 35 min drive to work. So I find myself listening a lot in the car and finishing usually a book a week. I mentioned this to somone at my College while we were sitting outside drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes. They told me they felt that you didn't get the same effect out of an audiobook and actually used the term "cheating." Obviously this started a debate on the value of retaining knowledge from listening vs reading and even the overall value of enjoyment you get out of it. So, Readers of Wrestlezone....How do you feel about Audiobooks?