LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks
LibriVox is celebrating 16 years of audiobooks on August 9th, with over 1450 new projects completed since our last anniversary. Check out our Italian Antologia di poetesse italiane, a collection of poems by female poets spanning 500 years.
What books does LibriVox have?
Audio Books from LibriVox
- Moby Dick, or the Whale. Read by Stewart Wills.
- The Art of War. Moira Fogarty.
- Pride and Prejudice (version 3)
- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (version 2)
- The Power of Concentration.
- The Science of Getting Rich.
- The Art of Public Speaking.
What authors are on LibriVox?
- Jane Austen.
- Charles Dickens.
- Edgar Allan Poe.
- H. G. Wells.
- Mark Twain.
- Jules Verne.
- William Walker Atkinson.
How many books are on LibriVox?
The LibriVox Audio Books app offers unlimited access to over 50,000 audio books, which can be streamed or downloaded for later listening. The app includes classic best sellers and out-of-print treasures from every genre of literature in more than 30 languages.
Are LibriVox books free?
Anyone can listen to LibriVox audiobooks for free on their computers, iPods, or other mobile devices, or burn them to a CD.
Is LibriVox legal?
If you are not in the United States, please check the copyright status of these works in your own country before downloading; otherwise, you may be breaking copyright laws. LibriVox recordings are Public Domain in the United States; if you are not in the United States, please check the copyright status of these works in your own country before downloading; otherwise, you may be breaking copyright laws.
How can I listen to books for free?
Where can I get free audiobooks on the internet?
- Libby by Overdrive.
- Project Gutenberg.
- Loyal Books.
- Mind Webs.
- Open Culture.
- Libby by Over
Who are the best LibriVox readers?
Note: As members submit suggestions, the website list will be updated, so please check back for more resources.
- Clive Catterall.
- Phil Chenevert.
- Rachel Ellen.
- Gregory Holmsworth.
- Lee Ann Howlett.
- Meredith Hughes.
- Mary Anderson. Pollyanna by Eleanor H.
- Mark Butler. Rikki-Tikki-Tavi by Rudyard Kipling.
- Gregory Holms
Where can I read a book online for free?
5 Ways to Get Free Books on the Internet
- Open Culture.
- Open Library.
- Project Gutenberg.
- The Library of Congress.
- Google Books. Google Books has a large catalog of free eBooks available online, which you can add to your library and read on the go.
What is the best app for free audio books?
Apps for listening to audiobooks for free
- Loyal Books has a large collection of free public domain audiobooks.
- Overdrive is another audiobook app available through your library.
Why audiobooks are so expensive?
The basic reason why audiobooks are so expensive is due to their high production costs; on average, an audiobook’s ‘cost per finished hour’ is around $300 to $400, but this can increase the ‘cost per finished hour’ of an audiobook to as high as $1500 or even more.
Can I get audio books for free?
LibriVox, Project Gutenberg, and Spotify are just a few of the websites and apps you can use to legally listen to and/or download free audiobooks. If you’re looking for a comprehensive list of ways to find free audiobooks that you’d normally have to pay for, you won’t find it here.
How do I listen to LibriVox books?
You can listen to the files through your computer speakers with your favorite audio player, load them into an iPod or other portable audio player and listen whenever and wherever you want, or burn them to an audio cd and listen to them in the car or on your home stereo.
Is Audible worth the price?
If you listen to audiobooks on the go and enjoy reading, paying a monthly fee for an Audible membership is well worth it. You can mark your place in an audiobook and take notes using the Audible app, but it’s not as convenient as having a copy of the book that you can flick through on a screen or tablet.
Is Audible free with Prime?
While an Audible membership is not included with Amazon Prime, it is available at a discounted rate for Prime members. A limited number of Audible books are available for free with your Prime membership, though the list is small compared to the entire Audible library.