Audible has recently announced that Act II of "The Sandman" is coming this September, adding even more well-known names to its cast. In celebration, they're offering up Act I for free through the middle of October in order to let readers catch up - no paid membership required (though you will have to sign in with an Amazon or Audible account to listen). That's a savings of $31 off the list price for this production.
Note: This audiobook contains explicit language and violence and is recommended for mature audiences only. Shop Now at Audible
- Offer is available for US listeners only.
- Posted by Brittany.
- Why does she love this deal? "You can't go wrong with any story written by Neil Gaiman, or with a cast this stellar. Audiobooks are also a great way to squeeze in more reading while you're doing work around the house, driving around to run errands, etc. Plus, this one doesn't cost you a dime!"
- based on the graphic novels written by Neil Gaiman (adapts Volumes 1 through 3: Preludes & Nocturnes, The Doll’s House, and Dream Country)
- adapted and directed by Dirk Maggs
- 10 hours and 54 minutes long
- narrated by a full ensemble cast, including James McEvoy, Kat Dennings, Michael Sheen, Andy Serkis, and more
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- by Nick Dave
- 200 pages
- 450 color photos
Classic public domain literature for free download to your eReader, tablet, or phone. (Or PC if you can keep your eyes from boggling.) Shop Now
- Posted by Alan.
- Why does he love this deal? "Of course all of these public domain books are freely available elsewhere, but this site accomplishes two important things. First, it's an easily searchable repository of only classic books. Secondly, unlike a lot of the free downloads you might find on the Kindle store, or at Project Gutenberg, they're well-formatted and edited for typos, and come with good quality cover art."
Get all 11 hours for free – a steep drop from its usual $31 price. Shop Now at Amazon
- narrated by Neil Gaiman, and starring Riz Ahmed, Kat Dennings, Taron Egerton, James McAvoy, Samantha Morton, Bebe Neuwirth, Andy Serkis, and Michael Sheen