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102 hours and 19 minutes.
Little women by Louisa May Alcott Start at Chapters 1,
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Start at Chapters 48,
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Start at Chapters 109,
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson Start at Chapters 152,
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Libby is wonderful. So is HooplaDigital, as well as cloudLibrary. The only time I use my audible credits is for audible-only. I totally agree with DrRad, get a library card & use it for all the digital services you get for free (well, as a tax payer). If you don't live in a town with a big library, see if the ones in big cities near you allow you to get a card with only being a state resident. If you work in a big city (or for a company with a location in one), then most likely the library will allow you to get a card through work. I know that works for Seattle, Dallas, etc. You can end up with so many digital resources just for audiobooks that you can't possibly make it through all the allowed checkouts in a single month, then it resets to a bunch again next month. Not to mention free services such as freegal, & Lynda.com.
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Libby (Android, Windows, iOS).

My library system has most of these available as audio or eBook. Use your public library, you're already paying for it. Bezos has enough money.
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Books you must read.... being sold on audio... *hehehe*
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Awesome!!! Thanks!!!! Now I need a Bluetooth connected stereo so I can listen to these in my way to/from work!
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Libby (Android, Windows, iOS).

My library system has most of these available as audio or eBook. Use your public library, you're already paying for it. Bezos has enough money.
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So do I need an Audible subscription to be able play these?
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Libby (Android, Windows, iOS).

My library system has most of these available as audio or eBook. Use your public library, you're already paying for it. Bezos has enough money.
Libby is wonderful. So is HooplaDigital, as well as cloudLibrary. The only time I use my audible credits is for audible-only. I totally agree with DrRad, get a library card & use it for all the digital services you get for free (well, as a tax payer). If you don't live in a town with a big library, see if the ones in big cities near you allow you to get a card with only being a state resident. If you work in a big city (or for a company with a location in one), then most likely the library will allow you to get a card through work. I know that works for Seattle, Dallas, etc. You can end up with so many digital resources just for audiobooks that you can't possibly make it through all the allowed checkouts in a single month, then it resets to a bunch again next month. Not to mention free services such as freegal, & Lynda.com.
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If Fran drescher is on this album, I'm going to flip.
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So do I need an Audible subscription to be able play these?
No, anyone can buy a book and listen on Audible. A subscription gives you one free book per month plus discounts and other deals, but it's not required.
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Pretty sure all 10 of these classics have been free at times over the last couple of years, since I have all of them in my library already.
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Pretty sure all 10 of these classics have been free at times over the last couple of years, since I have all of them in my library already.
At least it doesn't have a title that sounds like clickbait. Peace
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This includes all 10?

Ps: check out Libby. Free app thru your local library. Tons of free content. Love it!
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Libby is wonderful. So is HooplaDigital, as well as cloudLibrary. The only time I use my audible credits is for audible-only. I totally agree with DrRad, get a library card & use it for all the digital services you get for free (well, as a tax payer). If you don't live in a town with a big library, see if the ones in big cities near you allow you to get a card with only being a state resident. If you work in a big city (or for a company with a location in one), then most likely the library will allow you to get a card through work. I know that works for Seattle, Dallas, etc. You can end up with so many digital resources just for audiobooks that you can't possibly make it through all the allowed checkouts in a single month, then it resets to a bunch again next month. Not to mention free services such as freegal, & Lynda.com.
Does hoopladigital have the same set of resources as Libby, which I'm already using, or is it worth having both?

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Does hoopladigital have the same set of resources as Libby, which I'm already using, or is it worth having both?

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I've found some audiobooks and ebooks on one app that's not on the other. Always thought it was strange.
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