When it comes to audiobooks, is Amazon’s Audible is still the undisputed market leader, offers the best selection and price is very attractive. Currently you can get the audiobook service from Amazon for 6 months at half price.
Just in time for the Easter festival of the popular Audible Deal is back. This means you pay for 6 months only 4.95 euros per month (instead of the usual € 9.95 per month). The action runs only until 7. April 2021.
Audible: the audiobook service from Amazon
Unlike direct competitors or music streaming services you have with an active Audible-Abo no full access to all of the audiobooks. Instead, you pay € 9.95 a month and receive, respectively, a credit for an audiobook of your choice. With an active subscription, you can also purchase at any time for more audiobooks at this price, and is therefore not limited to one audiobook per month.
First sounds after a disadvantage, however, Audible has by Far the best book available on the market and many exclusive titles. In addition, the App is much better for the audiobook-use as the applications of the music streamer – the reading is stored state, you can even have the Kindle App for your Kindle eBook synchronize Reader, when you read in parallel with the eBook. There are options for setting the reading speed and much more.
Who Audible test want you can do that for a month for free, and according to an audiobook for free. If your Echo Dot (3. Generation) owns, you can test your Audible now, even 60 days for free. Another Option is the Audible Flexi subscription. So you pay in the first three months of just 4.95 instead of € 9.95 a month. So your three audio books (one per month) for a total of € 14.85.
If you no longer want the subscription, you can cancel at any time Audible, the audiobooks are also stationary subscription is still available. Under the circumstances, it is then even possible, the Flexi-subscribe to and benefit from the discounted offer.
My tips: This Audible audiobooks worth
As a long-standing Audible customer, I’ve heard a lot of audiobooks on the platform. Here are four recommendations to musical works that I liked recently are:
Jon Krakauer: Into the icy heights
Gripping factual report on the Mount Everest of 1996, which resulted in a disaster. Fantastic reading to understand what drives people to the highest mountain in the world. How irrational decisions in the “mountain fever”, but also random extreme weather changes, to make the supposedly safe climb to the “roof of the world” a risk that costs lives, until today, almost every year, people.
► “In the icy heights” at Audible
Andy Weir: The Martian
Mark Watney, who is stranded as probably einsamster man of the universe alone on Mars, and on a daily basis with limited resources and enormous creativity is struggling for Survival, and his return to earth. This Science Fiction novel puts the emphasis on Science, it is basically a modern Robinson Crusoe-novel and exciting, the man almost gets a heart beat. I had watched the movie first, then parallel read the book and the audio book belongs to. In terms of content and in terms of voltage, the book to the movie, the book is presented also formidable.
► “The Martian” (unabridged) in the case of Audible
Alina Bronsky: The braid of my grandmother
History of Russian immigrants in the ‘ 80s to Germany and try to establish themselves in society. But it is also a family portrait that demonstrates how an ultra-mother makes Euro tables tall her grandson’s life a living hell and how this grandson emancipated timid. Insanely good tragedy resolving taxonomic novel, the audiobook is also great performed by Sophie Rois.
► “The pigtail of my grandmother” at Audible
Delia Owens: the song of The crayfish
The story of a girl in the sixties of the 20th century. Century to grow up in the marshes of the US East coast alone, after she was abandoned by her family. As you grow up, what is the relationship to nature and how she slowly approaches the man. The book is portrait, society, study, courtroom drama, Crime and romance all in one. The story is brutal and sensitive at the same time, the narrative is incredibly well composed by. I liked it a lot and made me a long time to mentally busy, although I can actually start neither with crime novels, love novels, something.
► “The song of the river crabs” at Audible