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Random House presents This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep by Professor K. McCoy and Dr Hardwick, read by Bruce Alexander. Sleep smarter. This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep makes no claims to be fun or interesting. It is an audiobook you can listen to in full confidence that you will find absolutely nothing to stimulate your brain. An audiobook, like no other, that will Random House presents This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep by Professor K. McCoy and Dr Hardwick, read by Bruce Alexander. Sleep smarter. This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep makes no claims to be fun or interesting. It is an audiobook you can listen to in full confidence that you will find absolutely nothing to stimulate your brain. An audiobook, like no other, that will afford you much sleep and copious amounts of pointless knowledge. Where else will you hear about the political crisis in Belgium 2007-2011 or study the growth pattern of holly? And from where else can you find, in one place, an overview of railway gauges, a summary of the administrative bureaucracy of the Byzantine Empire and instructions for the creation of a collapsible music stand? Prepare to fall fast asleep with the most boring audiobook ever published. Includes soothing soundscape to help send you to sleep. ©2018 Professor K. McCoy and Dr Hardwick (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks


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Random House presents This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep by Professor K. McCoy and Dr Hardwick, read by Bruce Alexander. Sleep smarter. This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep makes no claims to be fun or interesting. It is an audiobook you can listen to in full confidence that you will find absolutely nothing to stimulate your brain. An audiobook, like no other, that will Random House presents This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep by Professor K. McCoy and Dr Hardwick, read by Bruce Alexander. Sleep smarter. This Audiobook Will Send You to Sleep makes no claims to be fun or interesting. It is an audiobook you can listen to in full confidence that you will find absolutely nothing to stimulate your brain. An audiobook, like no other, that will afford you much sleep and copious amounts of pointless knowledge. Where else will you hear about the political crisis in Belgium 2007-2011 or study the growth pattern of holly? And from where else can you find, in one place, an overview of railway gauges, a summary of the administrative bureaucracy of the Byzantine Empire and instructions for the creation of a collapsible music stand? Prepare to fall fast asleep with the most boring audiobook ever published. Includes soothing soundscape to help send you to sleep. ©2018 Professor K. McCoy and Dr Hardwick (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks

30 review for This Audiobook Will Send You To Sleep

  1. 5 out of 5

    🌶 peppersocks 🧦

    Reflections and lessons learned: “There are at least 25 species of tubas and root crops across South America…” This book has thankfully been there for me, within the first week of purchase, for the following sleep interruptions: * Husband coughing fit * My post dentist visit tooth change anxiety * Son vomiting * Pre work non alarm setting questioning (my subconscious was right - I hadn’t set it…) * Husband snoring * Horrific end of the world style war dream resulting in needing to check the hous Reflections and lessons learned: “There are at least 25 species of tubas and root crops across South America…” This book has thankfully been there for me, within the first week of purchase, for the following sleep interruptions: * Husband coughing fit * My post dentist visit tooth change anxiety * Son vomiting * Pre work non alarm setting questioning (my subconscious was right - I hadn’t set it…) * Husband snoring * Horrific end of the world style war dream resulting in needing to check the house for fire/nuclear fallout Oh what a week…! I’d have preferred the sleep but this nice settling new soundtrack consists of short descriptions on topics such as mushrooms, screw types, the story of the Lithuanian monarchy, chemical reactions read aloud, chopsticks etc… all rounded off by an hour of gentle sea sounds - lovely stuff, and not always as boring as intended to be! Glad to have something different for the random times to stop me turning to the very odd but compelling Larry Stylinson videos that I’ve only just discovered!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andy Phillips

    This book was supposedly written to be boring, to help insomniacs get to sleep. I assume that's a joke, but it's written as if that's the case, consisting of something like 75 tedious articles. Each one is typically two pages long and some read like excerpts from existing textbooks, academic papers etc. as they don't all finish aftger two paages - the book just moves on to a another subject. I actually found the topics really funny, and in short bursts the humour comes from the fact that they re This book was supposedly written to be boring, to help insomniacs get to sleep. I assume that's a joke, but it's written as if that's the case, consisting of something like 75 tedious articles. Each one is typically two pages long and some read like excerpts from existing textbooks, academic papers etc. as they don't all finish aftger two paages - the book just moves on to a another subject. I actually found the topics really funny, and in short bursts the humour comes from the fact that they really are boring subjects. Examples include: - Recent developments in the taxonomy of molluscs - A brief history of the eyechart - A world almanac of pine cones - The story of the Lithuanian monarchy - A history of artichokes -Cardboard box manufacturing You get the idea. My one criticism is that some of the topics are pretty similar to one another. For example there's also a section on the taxonomy of mushrooms, which is pretty similar to the molluscs one listed above (essentially long lists of latin names and groups of species etc.). A few of the ideas are recycled and a few are just lists of things. The articles I liked best were clearly written for the book. For example, there's one about how the pyramids were built, but done in such a way that it contains no facts or research and is a detailed description of laying blocks next to one another. It's actually quite clever in that it's so tedious and speculative. Qutie a funny book. It would make a decent present. Perhaps it's best read in small doses, especially as there's no story so you don't have to remember what you've already read, so it can be over a long period.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rainer

    I read it until the end. And then I fell asleep.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    2.5 stars on for interesting content. 2.5 stars off for not putting me to sleep.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alicja Górska

    https://krytyk.com.pl/literatura/najn... "Początkowo sądziłam, że nazwanie lektury „Najnudniejszą książką świata” jest chwytem marketingowym użytym na zasadzie kontrastu. Spodziewałam się, że kiedy ją otworzę, to zaleje mnie masa niezwykle frapujących informacji lub historii. Nic bardziej mylnego! Ta książka naprawdę jest absurdalnie nudna. No, chyba że interesuje was np. historia żwiru albo konwencja wiedeńska o ruchu drogowym – to prawdziwe przykłady tytułów rozdziałów ze zbioru McCoya i Hardwi https://krytyk.com.pl/literatura/najn... "Początkowo sądziłam, że nazwanie lektury „Najnudniejszą książką świata” jest chwytem marketingowym użytym na zasadzie kontrastu. Spodziewałam się, że kiedy ją otworzę, to zaleje mnie masa niezwykle frapujących informacji lub historii. Nic bardziej mylnego! Ta książka naprawdę jest absurdalnie nudna. No, chyba że interesuje was np. historia żwiru albo konwencja wiedeńska o ruchu drogowym – to prawdziwe przykłady tytułów rozdziałów ze zbioru McCoya i Hardwicka. Chcecie więcej? Proszę bardzo: objaśnienie różnych angielskich nazw ściegów, miary gęstości liniowej włókien, różne rozmiary i kolory cegieł używanych w Wielkiej Brytanii…"

  6. 5 out of 5

    Edelhart Kempeneers

    Het eerste hoofdstuk gaat over de politieke crisis in België 2010-2011. Tellen van schapen. Tot 108. Twee maal. Recente ontwikkelingen in de taxonomie van mosselen. Dit boek was verrassend humoristisch en interessant.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marta

    Mniej nudna niż moja praca ;)

  8. 5 out of 5

    inkiawa

    2 stars for the content 1 star for not making me sleep

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ola

    Haven't finished as I fell asleep. Haven't finished as I fell asleep.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Lavelle

    My audible app tells me I've finished this book. Can't tell you much about it as I kept falling to sleep- so I guess it worked! My audible app tells me I've finished this book. Can't tell you much about it as I kept falling to sleep- so I guess it worked!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Desirée

    I mean... It said it was to be boring. It was. Did it send me to sleep? Meh.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Karlien

    It did

  13. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    "These stories are written by utter bores, lacking in excitement perfect to fall asleep too" "I sincerely hope this is as boring to read, as it was to write it" Brilliant! "These stories are written by utter bores, lacking in excitement perfect to fall asleep too" "I sincerely hope this is as boring to read, as it was to write it" Brilliant!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Pawel Pawlowski

    Not worth reading...

  15. 4 out of 5

    WeeJackie BookWorm

    This is a reread of a book for me. the book is funny and boring and does exactly what it says on the tin. it gets played most nights.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Potesne

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gosia

  18. 5 out of 5

    Laura Barber

  19. 5 out of 5

    Fred Motson

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nafia Numera

  21. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin Magee

  22. 4 out of 5

    Taz

  23. 5 out of 5

    Agata

  24. 5 out of 5

    Pocket Watch Purveyor

  25. 4 out of 5

    Fenri

  26. 5 out of 5

    Emily Liest

  27. 5 out of 5

    Woonkiee

  28. 4 out of 5

    Cair-Paravel De Loulay

  29. 5 out of 5

    Julia Kołaczkiewicz

  30. 4 out of 5

    Grzegorz Drapała

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