These are two audiobooks I finished last week
They were harmless and entertaining.
The David Niven one, came of an interview I had seen of his, and some bizarre confluence of his name and his books being mentioned a strange many times until I felt like the universe wanted me to know something about it.
It's not ground breaking or Amazing. But he does have a nice voice, and he chokes up at his own emotional reminiscence. After having heard a little about the history of childhood and how hard it was for some around the turn of the century in the Bill Bryson book, David Niven's gives it's own little proof.
I've now started reading this in Physical form
So far it's absolutely wonderful.