If you are an avid audiobook lover, here is the good news that you don't have to buy audio books from the store all the time, for they are much more expensive than e-copies. There are a number of audiobook torrenting sites available where you can download audio books for free, but some torrent sites don't work properly. So the top 10 working websites are shared in this article. Check out them to download your favorite audio books.
AudioBook Bay is among the most beloved torrent sites for audiobooks. It mainly focuses on audio books and thus you can easily find audio book torrents which are not available on other similar sites. Its content is well-organized and sortable by language, genre, and age. This site boasts a great community to guide all users toward the best torrents. Also, this site allows you to share your audio book safely with high quality.
The Pirate Bay is one of the most popular torrent sites for not just audiobooks and ebooks but also for movies, music and more. It gives you free access to millions of audio books and is a delight for all book lovers.
My Anonamouse is also one of the most used websites. It currently tracks over 35,000 audio book torrents. Both new released audio books and old renowned ones are available here for free. As it is a closed community, you need to apply for an invite and sign up.
Audiobooks.Cloud has a large selection of audiobooks, ready to download via direct download services or by subscription to their google drive account. Books on a wide variety of topics, like history, sci-fi and fantasy, romantic, classics.
When it comes to downloading audio book torrents, RARBG is also pretty amazing. It is free of cost and comes with a very smooth interface for the best user experience. You can also download torrents for movies, TV shows, music and more.
Bitport helps you to download audio book torrents securely to your cloud. As it runs on cloud, you don't have to download any torrent client, and the downloading speed remains insanely fast, and you can get access to everything across different devices. All you need is an Internet connection and you can download your favorite audio books.
A torrent site you don't want to skip in your search is 1337X. This torrent site is basically a community driven site which offers some quality audio book collection of torrents for free. It also brings you the latest movies, TV series, music, games, and many more. 1337x is reliable, secure and accessible.
Abtorrents mainly focuses on providing audio books. Users must be registered and receive an invitation from the developers to fully access the page and download any content. And one thing must be kept in mind that if you fail to log in 5 times in succession, your IP will be banned.
Rutracker is a Russian torrent site that contains an excellent collection of everything - including audio books. The immediate disadvantage to this site is that it's in Russian. However, the layout is easy to navigate if you're familiar with other torrent sites. What's more, its collection of audio book torrents is second to none.
So, these are the top 10 free torrent sites for audiobooks. Open any of them to download audio books. If you sometimes listen to Audible audio books, you might want to play them on your MP3 player. Actually, Audible not only has encoded specific AA/AAX in audiobooks, but also has applied DRM copyright protection in them for avoiding unauthorized playback. With Epubor Audible Converter, you can remove Aubile DRM and convert Audible AA/AAX to MP3 effortlessly. Then you can listen to them on various devices or share them with your friends.
click on any audio book you want to download , then observe the wall of text , inside the link.. with information of what the torrent have inside , and about the end ,before the comments section in the end ,below ,if will show you the info hash code .. is a big number of like 20 numbers.. like this. .
copy /paste the big number above , and test that one , is a collection of many books ,best of 2019 from science fiction and fantasy.. according to the author of the post. copy the info wash , grab it with the mouse and copy , then open any torrent program of your choice... in the menu , go to [add torrent] button , then it will open a window so you find the torrent tab ,of what you want to download.. but don't use tab , use the info hash code above and paste that info ,in the section to manually enter the hash code.. and this way you can manually download torrents and no subscription need , no advertisement .fully free. remember the 3 ways to download torrent.. one is downloading the torrent link tag, the other is the magnet link ,and the last one is the info hash number.. that almost every torrent website always provide somewhere of the software ,game,music or video or audio book you want to download.
RuTracker is the best. If you use chrome it auto translates to the language of your preference. I had zero difficulty navigating the site. If you are new to torrents and don't even understand torrenting basics don't come on here and leave poot comments that you get ads or whatever. Ads are what allows trackers to host for free. Get over it. Anyway, rutracker rocks. I spent hours trying to find a very hard to locate audiobook. Rutracker not only had the book, but the torrent was still seeded after 9 years. Pretty awesome I'd say. It also gives options to download a torrent or use a magnet link.
But recently I discovered a couple ways in which you can legally download free kindle books, including how you can get the new or popular ones as well. It will save me a bunch of money and I hope it can save you money too.
The other big player in audiobooks is Audible, a great service through Amazon that allows you to download and listen to audiobooks. And they offer a completely free trial. On top of that, Audible has just about every audiobook you can imagine in their library.
Finally, you can download free ebooks on big book promotion sites like Book Bub, Free Booksy, StoryOrigin or Book Sends. You can browse free ebooks from just about every genre, including bestsellers and new releases.
Reviewed by: Renaissance Postscripts: Responding to Ovid's 'Heroides' in Sixteenth-Century France Eric MacPhail Renaissance Postscripts: Responding to Ovid's 'Heroides' in Sixteenth-Century France. By Paul White. (Text and Context). Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2009. xi + 274 pp., ill. Hb $49.95. Paul White's new study participates in a remarkable resurgence of interest in Ovid's Heroides manifested by a torrent of recent monographs as well as a series of critical editions of individual letters issuing from the Italian publisher Felice Le Monnier. While engaging with all this new scholarship on Ovid, White's book is primarily interested in the Renaissance reception of Ovid's epistolary collection. In some respects his work is a continuation of the researches of Ann Moss and other chroniclers of the Ovidian Renaissance. White frames his inquiry with the notion that the Heroides are really about rewriting and about the modes of reception of a literary text. Consequently, to study the reception of Ovid's poetry is to stay close to the text. This is a plausible approach and one that rightly conjoins Renaissance studies with classical studies. The Heroides do indeed seem to invite imitations, replies, and counterfeits: people are always answering Ovid. White's ambition is to survey this material and to propose a typology of responses to Ovid. As a reference work, Renaissance Postscripts is [End Page 238] quite successful. The book comprises an introduction, five chapters, a conclusion, indexes, and a bibliography. The central chapters describe the role of the Heroides in Renaissance education, humanist commentaries on the text, and vernacular translations. The final chapter treats the genre of counter-epistles written in the voices of the heroes to whom Ovid's heroines address their laments. While meticulously researched and agreeably written, the bulk of the work reads like an annotated bibliography. White offers us lots of summary and paraphrase but nothing new or striking in his own words. In fact, the author is so deferential to the work of others and so ecumenical in his citations that it is not clear why he felt the need to write a book of his own. The best chapter of the five is the one on translation, and the best part of this chapter is a comparison of three French versions of Heroides 7, Dido's letter to Aeneas. The discussion of the theory and practice of translation in Octavien de Saint-Gelais, Charles Fontaine, and Joachim Du Bellay is excellent, and the author demonstrates a true poetic sensibility that is held in abeyance elsewhere. Apart from this and a few other highlights, the work remains a checklist of the most salient qualities or characteristics of the various rewritings of Ovid in the French Renaissance. The very thoroughness is tedious. At least the bibliography is serviceable, since it tells us what we can read instead of this book, which is a competent but uninspiring survey of other people's scholarship. 2b1af7f3a8