Hear Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice as a Free Audio Book


First pub­lished in 1813, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prej­u­dice has become one of the most wide­ly read books in Eng­lish lit­er­a­ture. When the BBC con­duct­ed a mas­sive poll in 2003, try­ing to deter­mine the “UK’s Best-Loved Book,” Pride and Prej­u­dice came in sec­ond, right behind The Lord of the Rings. And all told, some 20 mil­lion copies of the book have been sold. Through the links below, you can down­load free audio­book (and ebook) ver­sions of Pride and Prej­u­dice

Audio Book: Lib­rivox ver­sion – Free iTunes – Free MP3 

Audio Book: Spo­ti­fy ver­sion read by Wendy Elli­son MullenSpo­ti­fy

eBook: iPad/iPhoneKin­dle + Oth­er For­matsRead Online Now


Look­ing for free, pro­fes­sion­al­ly-read audio books from Audible.com? Here’s a great, no-strings-attached deal. If you start a 30 day free tri­al with Audible.com, you can down­load two free audio books of your choice. Get more details on the offer here.

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