Pride and Prejudice Audio edition is a fully-integrated text and audio ebook, enabling the reader to listen and follow along to Jane Austen's classic novel.
Publisher's Note: this is a big file and takes a few minutes to download over Wi-Fi.
Audio P & P narrated beautifully
Pride & Prejudice a classic no one can dispute. The audio version has it's advantages/disadvantages:
~The female narrator does the individual characters fairly well.
~I thought it would be better if the pages auto flipped as it read, but it did not.
~It only read 1 chapter at a time, & stopped at the end. (The beginning of each chapter had a play/ pause button.)
Over-all as audio books go, it was ok, & reasonably priced.
Pride and Prejudice
By Choi Yee Lai
if it is an audio version, why does it only open in iBooks? How do I use the audio version
I downloaded it and paid $2.99 for it and it doesn't even work! It says that I won't open in iBooks. So why is it in the iBooks store if iBooks can't open it?
Pride and Prejudice audio Edition
This is one of my favorite books. It was even better hearing it read!
Chapter 56 is repeated and 57 missing but still good
Sample didn't work
By It's me in CA
Try the sample download first . Only worked for a few sentences then no sound. Very disappointing.
Chapter 57 audio is wrong.
Only chapter4 did not play. I feel in love with this story but wished it was easier to pause audio. Still... Worth it!
Chapter 4 won't play audio
The book worked great until I got to Chapter 4 and it says that it can't play the audio file. This was very disappointing.
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