I have an audible account. If you aren’t familiar with that, they have a very large collection of audio books. But I also like proper paper books.
It’s been quite a while, two possibly three years since I read a fiction book I’ve been going through a non-fiction phase. That doesn’t apply to audio books though, those have been heavily SF oriented, so I have by no means given up on the genre.
I have bought a few SF books in second hand bookshops mostly, it’s quite often the case that it’ll be a book I’ve read before and haven’t seen for quite a few years. Have you seen the film 2001 a Space Odyssey, focus on the scene where Hal kills Poole, and pushes his space suited body away from the pod.
Clarke’s book 3001 the final odyssey is the story of what happens when, a thousand years after those event, humanity had progressed to a point where Poole’s body is inadvertently discovered just as it is about to depart the solar system and is recovered and what happens after that recovery. I’m not going to give way any more of the story.
What I found surprising is that I had really got out of the habit of reading rather than listening to fiction, and I more or less had to force myself to read. As it is, I am enjoying the book.