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Any recommendationas for which two free audiobooks to pick to keep with the free audible trial? The more expensive and substantial the better as I guess I will use the trial period up first and leave the two free ones for after.

Also any good recommendations for free audiobooks?
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>>18700810
start with the greeks
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>>18700812
Ace but many of the narrators suck
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maggie gyllenhaal's reading of Bell Jar is fantastic
also Dan Steven's Frankenstein
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>>18700820
try this version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjRBDJkiRHs&t=96s
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>>18700822
also for pirating audiobooks I get most of mine from piratebay and audiobookbay
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I really really like the great courses history lectures. The professors are generally pretty knowledgable, and it's a great way to brief oneself on a topic before delving into something more rigorous like a book on the topic.
I really recommend anything narrated by Kenneth Harl
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The fellowship of the ring read by Rob Inglis
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stephen fry
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>>18700832
>before delving into something more rigorous
like the greeks, perhaps?
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>>18700810
Blood Meridian and East of Eden
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>>18700856
would you newfags fuck off? are we being raided by discord or something? every new thread for the past couple days some faggot comes in for an obligatory "start with the greeks" meme like you just discovered it and want to get it out of your system. just fuck off already, it's not funny
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>>18700885
its literally just me. im doing you a favor.
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>>18700911
you're an annoying newfag, and probably underage
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>>18700810
Pirate audiobooks or listen to them on YouTube, it's that easy. God Americans are cucks
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>>18700885
okay, but just for the record, Kenneth Harl does have a great lecture on the Pelopponesian War
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>>18700918
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Anything narrated by Charlton Griffin
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>>18700810
Plutarch's Parallel Lives is 83 hours

There's a complete version of Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire that's 126 and a half hours.
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>>18700947
Both narrated by this dude>>18700933
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>>18700928
of course. my only issue is with this unoriginal faggot who just discovered /lit/ and is spamming memes like a kid hopped up on sugar
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>>18700961
you are powerless 2 stop me, slave
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>>18700996
you'll get bored after realizing this is the most attention you'll get
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>>18700996
>slave
>not δουλος
I think you need to go start with the greeks
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>>18701021
im anonymous
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>>18700810
Best bang for your buck?

https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/The-Complete-Essays-of-Montaigne-Audiobook/B005NBQX5M?

https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Shogun-Audiobook/B0118JAULK?
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Thank you for suggestions so far, I'm building a shortlist now. I wonder if there are any modern non-fiction suggestions?
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>>18700810
Every book I want to listen to has a shit reader



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