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The Age of Innocence Kindle Edition by Edith Wharton [amazon.com]
Click "Add Audible narration to your purchase for just $0.00"
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Usually best to get the free/cheap Kindle version, then go to Audible and see which version you want, [audible.com]that is, see if the free/cheap Audible version has decent reviews. And, listen to the sample. (Though note it will sound a little better - less tinny - on the app than in the sample on the web.)

No real ratings on the free Audible version, but the sample sounds fairly good:
http://www.audible.com/pd/Classic...06VX87KZ3/
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Thanks
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Thanks OP!
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FYI, many many many older and classic literature are free as long as they're old enough for copyright to be dead like this book's is. So not really a deal, as the audiobooks for these copyright-ended books are also easy to find free on audible or elsewhere like podcasts. Search for your favorite Shakespeare or whatever and you'll find it free if you look hard enough on Amazon.
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cheers. Thanks for sharing.
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