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H.G. Wells: The Science Fiction Collection for £3 Audio Book at audible
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H.G. Wells: The Science Fiction Collection for £3 Audio Book at audible

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Posted 13th SepEdited by:"Wolfylee"

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If you are an audible subscriber you can get the H.G. Wells: The Science Fiction Collection for £3 - less than half the price of a credit.
Narration by the likes of David Tennant, Hugh Bonneville, Jason Isaacs...

27 plus hours of science fiction gold that really makes you shake your head in wonder at the concepts in these books, especially considering the time this was written.
Well worth 3 squid.
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£49.99 for non subscribers.
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Tiptop spot @Wolfylee ordered and looking forward to Jason Isaac's gruffness whilst speaking!!!
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This is only five of Wells' novels, far from a complete collection.
Prob worth mentioning The Monster Collection too which is also £3 for members currently and includes 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', 'Frankenstein' and 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'. Narated by Richard Armitage, Dan Stevens, Greg Wise and Rachel Atkins.


I picked up each of the below for £3ea, except '3' which was £1.99 on today's daily deal:
1. Agatha Christie - Murder on the Orient Express
2. Mary Shelley - The Monster Collection
3. Roald Dahl - Fantastic Mr Fox
4. H. G. Wells - H.G. Wells: The Science Fiction Collection
5. Neil Gaiman - Norse Mythology
6. Adrian Tchaikovsky - Children of Time

They've also got the Audible production of Bram Stoker's Dracula for £3 if you fancy it with an assembled cast of Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Simon Vance, Katherine Kellgren, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm and Steven Crossley
maxcovergold13/09/2019 12:36

Prob worth mentioning The Monster Collection too which is also £3 for …Prob worth mentioning The Monster Collection too which is also £3 for members currently and includes 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', 'Frankenstein' and 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'. Narated by Richard Armitage, Dan Stevens, Greg Wise and Rachel Atkins.I picked up each of the below for £3ea, except '3' which was £1.99 on today's daily deal:1. Agatha Christie - Murder on the Orient Express2. Mary Shelley - The Monster Collection3. Roald Dahl - Fantastic Mr Fox4. H. G. Wells - H.G. Wells: The Science Fiction Collection5. Neil Gaiman - Norse Mythology6. Adrian Tchaikovsky - Children of TimeThey've also got the Audible production of Bram Stoker's Dracula for £3 if you fancy it with an assembled cast of Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Simon Vance, Katherine Kellgren, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm and Steven Crossley


I feel ashamed by my knowledge and impressed by yours that I only recognise a few. I used to love reading, need to get back into it
mezmister13/09/2019 12:48

I feel ashamed by my knowledge and impressed by yours that I only …I feel ashamed by my knowledge and impressed by yours that I only recognise a few. I used to love reading, need to get back into it


Honestly, Audible has revolutionised my media consumption. I'm not a reader, but do read a little more now having got into Audible which grew my appreciation, ironically, for the written word. I now consume audiobooks about 5 times as much as films/TV combined.

I'm not the quickest reader and coupled with a mind that drifts when reading text, I never fully appreciated fictional books. Bizarrely I find non-fiction fine.

But with audio books, once you find your perfect combination of material/author and narrator, you will become an audiobook junkie!
maxcovergold13/09/2019 13:06

Honestly, Audible has revolutionised my media consumption. I'm not a …Honestly, Audible has revolutionised my media consumption. I'm not a reader, but do read a little more now having got into Audible which grew my appreciation, ironically, for the written word. I now consume audiobooks about 5 times as much as films/TV combined.I'm not the quickest reader and coupled with a mind that drifts when reading text, I never fully appreciated fictional books. Bizarrely I find non-fiction fine.But with audio books, once you find your perfect combination of material/author and narrator, you will become an audiobook junkie!


Really need to be on top of my time management skills as well. I m in my final year of uni and whenever I get free time I always end up sleeping or on netflix
mezmister13/09/2019 13:08

Really need to be on top of my time management skills as well. I m in my …Really need to be on top of my time management skills as well. I m in my final year of uni and whenever I get free time I always end up sleeping or on netflix


That's the great thing about Audible, I predominately use it on commutes. Bus/Train/Bike/Car/Run/Walk. Then when I'm really into the story I may some personal time available for it. But typically I'm not "loosing" time when listening to books.

Though I could generally also use some better time management myself too at times!
maxcovergold13/09/2019 13:14

That's the great thing about Audible, I predominately use it on commutes. …That's the great thing about Audible, I predominately use it on commutes. Bus/Train/Bike/Car/Run/Walk. Then when I'm really into the story I may some personal time available for it. But typically I'm not "loosing" time when listening to books.Though I could generally also use some better time management myself too at times!


Will definitely invest,
Thanks very much, what sources do you use to find books?
Voted hot for the deal......and hello to Jason Isaacs.
I got this set a while back and it's very good. Well worth £3.
EndlessWaves13/09/2019 11:54

This is only five of Wells' novels, far from a complete collection.


Thanks, you're right! I've edited the title of the post
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