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Library of Classics MP3 gives you literary classics for almost nothing

In this day and age, reading the classics of literature seems to be a thing of the past. Students would rather watch movies, or read snippets from Wikipedia than actually sit with down with a book. For quite a few people who don’t even have required reading, this is still the case. However, if those classics were presented in audio format, and all in one place, would you be more inclined to get through them?

The Library Classics MP3 is hoping to help you get through the 100 most important literary works of all time. This whole package is smaller than a deck of cards, but comes preloaded with readings such as A Tale of Two Cities, Pride and Prejudice, The Phantom of the Opera and more. All of these books have been professionally narrated, and digitally enhanced to give you the highest possible sound quality. At only $99, this definitely beats having to buy and separately read 100 different books. This is seriously a steal if you total up how much these books would cost individually.

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