4 thoughts on “Audio Book Update – The Machine Stops

  1. Ted

    I downloaded Si Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘Tales of Terror and Mystery’ short story The Brazilian Cat. I haven’t finished listening but the reader J. Brett sounds just like Jeremy Irons.

    I’d like to find more of his readings. The sound track sounds like a professional reading compared with others.


  2. paul Post author

    Thanks I will check that out. I got side track from the free stuff because someone loaned me the Harry Potter audio. I guess that is technically free though since it was a loan. :)

  3. Cedric Ternullo

    Listening to audio books is practical and it meets the busy lifestyle of contemporary people. You can tune in to your favorite books anytime anywhere, while you are walking, sh… The popularity of iPod and MP3 players has raised the marketplace of audiobooks in recent years. Some book publishers also believed that audio books could outsell paperback books or e-books one day. Indeed, this pattern is clear if you think about some great benefits of audio books over paperback books. ;

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  4. Hugo Truelove

    The evolution and use of audiobooks in Germany closely parallels that of the US. A special example of its use is the West German Audio Book Library for the Blind, founded in 1955. Actors from the municipal theater in M√ľnster recorded the first audio books for the visually impaired in an improvised studio lined with egg cartons. .”`,

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