A Slew of New Audiobooks (for Free)

Librivox is on a roll lately. Since December, the provider of free, public domain audiobooks has released a number of classic works on audio. Below, we’ve listed some of the highlights, which we’ve also included in our AudioBook Podcast Collection. (Here, you’ll also find free audiobooks by other providers.) For Librivox’s complete catalogue, click here.

2 B R 0 2 B, Kurt Vonnegut (MP3 File)

A Child’s History of England, Charles Dickens (Full ZipIndividual MP3s)

A Short History of the United States by Edward Channing (Full ZipIndividual MP3 Files)

Hans Brinker by Mary Mapes Dodge, (Full ZipIndividual MP3 Files)

History of the United States, Vol. IV, Charles Beard (Full ZipIndividual MP3 Files)

Meditations on First Philosophy, Rene Descartes (Full Zip Individual MP3 Files)

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Vol. II, Edward Gibbon (The Full ZipIndividual MP3s)

The Life of Charlemagne, Einhard (Full ZipIndividual Files)

The Master of the World, Jules Verne (Full ZipIndividual Files)

The Problems of Philosophy, Bertrand Russell (Full ZipIndividual MP3 Files)

The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas (Full ZipIndividual MP3 Files)

The Works of Tacitus (Full ZipIndividual Files)

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  • Carol A says:

    I cannot thank the good people of Librivox too much! They have abolished boring bus trips and all those times you spend stuck in traffic – just keep a supply of their audio books on your MP3 player.
    My favourite is “Recollections of an Irish RM”. The reading is delightful and guaranteed to brighten up the dullest commute.

  • Really wonderful books titles I’m getting here in which some of them are free, I don’t know that new audio books as this much podcast and thanks for listing different links for different audio books in this post.

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  • Marie McCoy says:

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