Category: Audiobook

The William Monk Mystery Collection (1-23) – by Anne Perry (Audiobook)

The William Monk Mystery Collection (1-23) – by Anne Perry (Audiobook)
English | 48 kbps 44 kHz Mono CBR MP3 | Audiobook Collection | 4.76 GB
Few authors have made Victorian London as engaging and lively as Anne Perry has and her rich descriptions and charismatic characters have long captivated fans around the world.
These compelling Victorian mystery novels feature private investigator William Monk.


The Treasury of David, Vol. 1 Psalms 1-36 [Audiobook]

The Treasury of David, Vol. 1: Psalms 1-36 [Audiobook] by C. H. Spurgeon
English | December 12th, 2017 | ASIN: B077TB925P | [email protected] kbps | 48 hrs 43 mins | 1.30 GB
Narrator: Bob Souer

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, often regarded as the greatest preacher of the 19th century, crafted The Treasury of David over the span of nearly half his ministry. Concise and provocative, Spurgeon’s magnum opus on the Psalms has been prized by Christians ever since.


The Theory of the Leisure Class [Audiobook]

The Theory of the Leisure Class [Audiobook] by Thorstein Veblen
English | November 19th, 2017 | ASIN: B077ZDZRYJ, ISBN: 094256300X | [email protected] kbps | 11 hrs 54 mins | 327.47 MB
Narrator: John Lescault

In this, his best-known work, the controversial American economist and social critic Thorstein Veblen appropriates Darwin’s theory of evolution to analyze the modern industrial system. For Veblen, the shallowness and superficiality observed in society results from the tendency to believe that true accomplishment lies in arriving at a condition of ostentatious wealth and status.


The Secret Life Three True Stories of the Digital Age [Audiobook]

The Secret Life: Three True Stories of the Digital Age [Audiobook] by Andrew O’Hagan
English | October 10th, 2017 | ASIN: B07645F9BF, ISBN: 154146169X | [email protected] kbps | 8 hrs 2 mins | 221.27 MB
Narrator: Liam Gerrard

The slippery online ecosystem is the perfect breeding ground for identities: true, false, and in between. The Internet shorthand IRL – "in real life" – now seems naive. We no longer question the reality of online experiences but the reality of selfhood in the digital age.