Oh wait, yes I can, it was the last time I had a car! I forget how tied to driving audiobooks are for me - they are the perfect past-time for a brain that is partly devoted to staying on the road. I find it hard to listen at home, and it's a bit hard to pin down why. I think it has to do with the speed of my own reading habits. I read fast, 2-3 books a week, so listening to an audio version I find myself getting impatient, thinking ahead and then losing the train of narration. I have to make an effort.
I realized the Chicago Public Library has audiobooks for download, how cool is that? Of course, I had to install this stupid program called Overdrive to download the audio, and it's in WMA so I can't listen on my iPhone 3g. Now I have to go figure out a way to convert the files so I can listen on the train. I just downloaded Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith narrated by Dennis Boutsikaris. It's an Audio award winner, and I vow to listen to the whole thing!