This Site Has Thousands of Free Public Domain Audiobooks
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Audiobooks are absolutely amazing. Not only are they more practical than regular books — with the ability to listen to stories while doing something else, like driving or doing chores — but the right narrator can elevate a story to an even greater level.

The problem with audiobooks is that they’re so expensive. For example, Kathryn Stockett’s The Help is $10 in paperback, $18 in hardcover, but $39 as an audiobook. Yikes!


If you want to experience a few audiobooks yourself without shelling out so much cash, consider heading over to Librivox. It’s home to thousands of public domain audiobooks. No price tags.

The key is that these audiobooks are read by volunteers from around the world, mainly those who are training to be voiceover artists. Also, you won’t find newly released books, but you’ll find a lot of classics and hidden gems.

But did you know that you can also find tons of free audiobooks elsewhere? For starters, Spotify has a few audiobooks that you can check out. If you don’t use Spotify for whatever reason, you can also check out these free audiobook sites.

Do you listen to audiobooks? Where is your favorite place to download them? How much are you willing to pay per audiobook? Let us know in the comments!

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