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zeebo
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
Young men and fire.


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reggierayreb
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
Far From the Madding Crowd or Tess of the d’Ubervilles
- Thomas Hardy

Can’t go wrong with either one.


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JawjaTigah
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
The Scarlet Letter
Gone With The Wind*
A Confederacy of Dunces*
Dracula
The Stand*
The Gulag Archipelago*
The Berlin Diaries*
At Dawn We Slept*
1984*
Band of Brothers*
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Moby Dick







*Oops! Missed your specified time frame with a lot of these titles. Sorry.


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ecb
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
Shelock holmes


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Mr. Misanthrope
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
For me, it's hard to beat Moby Dick or any of James Fenimore Cooper's works.
Quick edit: There's a Thomas Hardy novel, The Return of the Native , read by the late Alan Rickman that's about four hours long. LINK
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scrooster
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
Robinson Crusoe narrated by Gordon Griffin.

ETA: Of all the books I used to listen to on my (13 hr) flights to Honolulu, that one was my favorite.
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Kafka
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re: I’m taking a long flight (12+ hours) soon, recommend an old book
I, Claudius by Robert Graves 01 of 06 AUGUSTUS
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I, Claudius is a six-part 2010 radio adaptation of the novels I, Claudius and Claudius the God by Robert Graves. Broadcast as part of the Classic Serial strand on BBC Radio 4, it was adapted by Robin Brooks and directed by Jonquil Panting, with music composed by David Pickvance. Claudius was played by Tom Goodman-Hill and the series' cast is also notable for including Derek Jacobi, who played Claudius in the 1976 BBC TV adaptation of the same works. The series was released as a BBC Audiobook on 6 January 2011. It won the 2012 Audie Award in the "Audio Dramatization" category.
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