Audiobook Downloads and Rentals
From subscription services that give you a set number of audiobooks each month to pay-as-you-go sites and CD rental services, we've tested all the best sources for audiobooks so you can get the best deals on the books you want. Whether you listen to audiobooks on your MP3 player, your computer or your car stereo, these sites can give you access to an enormous library of books, from Jane Austen and Herman Melville to JK Rowling and Stieg Larsson.
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Get 'World War Z' Audiobook for Cheap on Audible Before Seeing the Movie
May 20, 2013 - For all you zombie fanatics out there, the hit book and soon to be movie World War Z is now an audiobook through Audible.com. The book, written by Max Brooks who is a zombie enthusiast and son of the legendary film
Get 60% Off with Booksfree.com
Apr 30, 2013 - Booksfree is a great service for any book lover. The service is very similar to how Netflix works with its dvd rentals via mail, except for Booksfree you are receiving books and/or audio book CDs. This service is one of
Get The Great Gatsby Audiobook for Cheap Before it Hits Theaters in May
Apr 10, 2013 - This summer, The Great Gatsby will be coming to a theatre near you. The new movie staring Leonardo DiCaprio is poised to be a blockbuster sensation, so why not listen to it on audiobook before it's released in theaters. The Great Gatsby is
Listen to Audiobooks for Free With Audible's 30-Day Free Trial
Mar 28, 2013 - Have you been interested in trying out audiobooks? With Audible.com, you can now try it out free for 30 days when you sign up for their gold plan. Out of all the the audiobook services, we found that Audible.com offers
Enter the NextAdvisor $500 Giveaway!
Mar 13, 2013 - Need a little extra spending cash for the summer months? We are giving away a total of $500 to 4 of our lucky Google+ followers! We will be drawing 4 winners over the course of a month. The first winner,
The Audiobook Advantage
Audiobooks are an increasingly popular way for very busy people to keep up with their reading. At one time audiobooks were known as "books on tape," but with tape sales only representing 3% of the market, most people are listening with their CD players or digital media players. Buying or renting audiobooks online is a convenient way to get the titles you want, when you want them. While iTunes and Audible seem to dominate the category, there are actually a number of services for customers to choose from, offering differences in price, delivery, selection and audio format. Many of the less well-known services offer advantages over their more famous competition. We set out to help readers find the service that's best for them.
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