There are few experiences that match listening to a story told by someone who knows how to tell one. Whether it's classic fiction that floats your boat - Jane Austen, Emily Brontë, Bram Stoker, Arthur Conan Doyle, Shakespeare - or a good spy yarn a la John le Carré, Audio Go probably has it.
The UK's leading publisher of audiobooks, with thousands & thousands of titles both fiction & non-fiction, their narrators are A-list, the quality top-notch and the selection pretty much unbeatable. Like the entire BBC back catalog, including full-cast radio dramas, complete readings & landmark recordings such as Doctor Who, Richard Burton reading Under Milk Wood, Winnie the Pooh (Alan Bennett) and that amazing perennial fave The HItchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
You can download a recording as many times as you like & to as many computers as you like, as well as transfer to as many listening devices as you like. Their titles are also available on CDs, MP3 and as large print books - meaning with gift giving season upon us, there's no excuse not to find something for everyone on your list (including you).
- Lesley Scott
[Note: This was written in partnership with Audio Go. The words are mine.]