Monday, October 1, 2012

[UPDATED] Classic Tales Audiobook Sale: Buy One, Get One Free

For a limited time, buy one of our most popular titles priced at $9.99, and get another absolutely free! This includes not only favorites like She, A History of Adventure, Captain Blood and The Phantom of the Opera, but also many new titles like Hamlet, The 39 Steps and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. This offer is available for a limited time only, so click the text link below and start saving!

Buy One, Get One Free!
If you aren't downloading The Classic Tales podcast already then you need to begin doing so. B.J. Harrison is a superb narrator. He doesn't leave his recordings up forever though. At some point, they get moved to his store and sold as audiobooks.

Harrison also sells audiobooks that he's recorded aside from the podcast, though a few of these sale items have appeared on Classic Tales.

At a price of $10 per book they are a good deal. A two-for-one sale is real value. Be sure to check it out.

I was asked what I recommend. Some of it, naturally, depends upon my own preferences. For example, I'm never going to buy A Room With a View by E.M. Forster.

Never. Ever.

I can't state that strongly enough.

That said, I have heard and can recommend highly:

  • Captain Blood
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Kidnapped
  • Tarzan of the Apes
  • The 39 Steps
  • The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu
  • The Mark of Zorro
So you can see I trend toward the adventure story and the horror story. No surprises there, I'm sure!


  1. Manny from WA10/1/12, 1:56 PM

    Julie, which do you recommend as "best"? All the reviews on the store page are universally positive, so it is hard to know which to start with!

  2. You know, I almost said which I'd heard. I'll revise the post ... that's a great question!

  3. I want to know who calls "She" a favorite.

    Oops, did I just "say that out loud?"

  4. That's a great deal. I had been looking for a Poe audiobook and that seemed too good to pass up. I got the free Sherlock to go with it. Now I've bookmarked that site.

    What's the matter, you don't care for EM Forster? LOL. A Passage to India is really a great novel. I don't know A Room With A View.

    1. It isn't E.M. Forster as much as it is A Room With a View. :-)