I've had a bunch of time to listen to audiobooks lately between doing all the sidequests in FFXV and trying to get back into MMOs. So much of that time doesn't require listening to in-game audio.
I decided to finally tackle a bunch of audiobooks that had been sitting in my backlog for awhile. These are books I picked up in sales or as part of deals so they were super cheap. They aren't ones I spent a lot of money on so I didn't have to feel bad if they didn't click with me and I put them down without finishing them.
I rapidly removed them from my backlog as I started bouncing off of them. For a lot of them it was obvious why they ended up on super sale, they just weren't great. But for a few others they were just books that didn't click with me. They had too generic of a setting, started off with characters I didn't like, or just didn't get to the premise fast enough.
It felt good to check off a bunch of audiobooks from my list and I did eventually land on one that held my attention, Guards! Guards!, by Terry Pratchet. I've never read any of his books but so far this one is interesting and funny.