- audio- + book. (Wiktionary)
“On a similar note, I was struck by the fact that neither reader on the audiobook is actually British - and their accents, to my American ears, sounded awfully fake.”
“Rife with wit, anecdotes galore, and entertaining wordplay, this audiobook is a must for lovers of the English language.”
“For the uninitiated, the 336 page and the 11 hour audiobook is called Room and not THE Room because the first-person narrator is a five year old boy and that's what he calls the 11 'by 11' room where he was born, raised and held captive along with his mother by a kidnapper.”
“Firstly METAtropolis, the Hugo-nominated audiobook, is currently available for free for a limited period of time.”
“Given the extra space (2 CDs of audiobook is worth several Torchwood episodes) we get a lot of decent exploration of love and religion in the world of Torchwood, though I felt that the author would gladly have given us more if space had allowed.”
“James Wallace Harris tells us why books worth re-reading are worth listening to in audiobook format.”
“Then the audiobook is put into production for distributors, retailers, and listeners.”
“Maria Lectrix public domain audiobook podcast – for people with catholic tastes”
“I do agree that the "audiobook" - iness of the whole thing drags it down a bit.”
“It makes a very good audiobook, that is very gripping, especially at the point where the original discovery of the gold is made.”
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