Category: audiobook review

The Red House Mystery by A. A. Milne

Source: LibriVox (zipped mp3’s | iTunes) Length: 6 hr, 55 minReader: Kristen Hughes The book: Arriving at a friend’s house

Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom

Source: Podiobooks (iTunes| individual mp3s) Length: ~5.5 hrReader: Mark Douglas Nelson The book: How great would it be to live

House of Mirth by Edith Warton

Source: LibriVox (zipped mp3s | iTunes) Length: 12 hr, 32 minReader: Elizabeth Klett The book: Lilly Bart, an unmarried woman

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

Source: Lit2Go (iTunes link)Length: 14 hours, 23 minutesReader: Rick Kistner The book: In 1864, the Confederate States Navy Huntley became the first

The White Company by Arthur Conan Doyle

Source: LibriVox (zipped mp3s)Length: 14 hr, 43 minReader: Clive Catterall The book: Although known now as the creator of Sherlock

The Crown Conspiracy by Michael J. Sullivan

Source: PodiobooksLength: Approx. 9 hrs Reader: Nathan Lowell The book: Literature that is innovative can be challenging and mind-changing. With the

Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Source: LibriVox (zipped mp3s)Length: 24 hr, 38 minReader: Stewart Wills The book: Moby Dick. For years this was a book

Hard Times by Charles Dickens

Source: Librivox (zipped mp3s)Length: 12 hrReaders: narrated by Bob Neufeild, voiced by many The book: The lower classes do all

Journey to the Centre of the Earth by Jules Verne

Source: The Drama PodLength: about 10 hoursReader: Winfred Henson The book: With modern science at our backs, it’s hard to

Persuasion by Jane Austen

Source: LibriVoxLength: 7 hours, 15 minutesReader: Karen Savage The book: Persuasion was recommended to me as “the man’s introduction to Jane