FREE Books on Audible + Kindle

My dad showed me a site where they’ve tracked down links for a handful of classic literature. The links allow you to download a free copy of the Kindle version of the book. Then, because you have that copy, (I hope you’re sitting down) it gives you a link to download the audiobook on Audible for free as well! Be still my beating heart.

Don’t worry, even though this sounds too good to be true it’s all on the up and up. As I guy that loves reading classic literature, I’d also recommend downloading (also free) the SparkNotes commentary to go along with each one. They also have an amazing app for your phone to read the commentaries offline. Unlike when you were in your high school English class, this time you’ll want to read this after you read each chapter to make sure you are catching everything that you are reading (or listening to). It allows you to truly appreciate the depth of the experience.

If you love reading this is an absolute no-brainer. Because the Kindle and Audible versions are synched, you can switch back and forth between them and it will keep track of where you are. I’m not sure how long it will all be available so I’d jump on this soon.

Click here to go to the download page and begin the fun!

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Jeremy Jernigan

This is the personal blog of Jeremy Jernigan husband, father, executive pastor, and student of truth

8 Comments

Dan King

about 2 years ago

Treasure Island? I'm in!

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jeremy

about 2 years ago

Haha, nice!

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Robert

about 2 years ago

Synched between the two?!?!?!?! Be still, my beating heart!

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jeremy

about 2 years ago

I know, right?

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Romi

about 2 years ago

Oooh this is awesome!! Gonna love me some Frankenstein and Dracula(narrated by Alan Cumming...doesn't get better than that!) Thanks for sharing about this, Jeremy!!

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jeremy

about 2 years ago

Absolutely!

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Matt

about 2 years ago

Dude, you're a stud... just got me ~$200 worth of audio for nuthin'! My Sept/Oct commute just got incredibly entertaining. Thanks man.

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jeremy

about 2 years ago

You're welcome! I'm glad I'm able to contribute to the cause.

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