It's been five years since I first heard about Audible but I wasn't really that interested in it until recently, I found a textbook reviewer which comes handy.
I downloaded the app and signed up for free for one month so I could download the Vango notes. A month later, I was billed around $14.95 for the subscription and received one credit. You can use it to buy any book of your choice no matter what the price.
I chose Sophie Kinsella's "The Undomestic Godess". A book published in 2005 from the same author of "The Confessions of a Shopaholic". I'll tell more about it on my next post.
So how was my experience with it?
It's addicting. I finished the twelve hour narration of the book in a day. Normally, it would take me two to three days to finish reading because I have to stop to do my chores. But I didn't have to stop with audible and I find myself laughing listening to it while doing other things.
The downside is you may not like how the story is being told or the changes they try to do with their voices while portraying the other characters.
"Single Girl's To Do List" by Lindsey Kelk is one of my favorite books since I came across it two years ago. I've read it several times but when I saw It at audible and heard the narrator, I didn't really like it.
Lastly, the range of the collection is fair enough but unfortunately most of the ones I like is not available for purchse in the Philippines. I'm really hoping they could also make arrangements for that.
I will continue to subscribe for now since there are a few more books I'd like to listen to.