Whether you are stuck in traffic, waiting for your connection, cramming for that English test, or just relaxing on your sofa, Traveling Classics provides your most beloved audiobooks at the touch of your finger.
This application contains a full, unabridged AUDIOBOOK of Gulliver's Travels, written by Jonathan Swift and read by Lizzie Driver. An immediate hit, this classic satire on human nature tells the story of Lemuel Gulliver and his travels to four unusual countries, including Liliput, where the people average 6 inches tall, and Brobdingnag, where the people average 72 ft tall.
The Traveling Classics Reader provides:
- A crisp, sleek interface for navigating the book and controlling playback
- A delightfully clear and engaging narration of the entire book
- The full text of the novel, which scrolls in sync with the narration for easy reference
- Never loose your place; the reader will keep track of where you are in the book so can resume playback at the click of a button.
The recording used in this application is taken from the LibriVox project. This project has volunteers from around the world record their favorite classic books and then release them for the world to enjoy.
This application contains the full book in one download so that you can listen to the book wherever you are, without the need for an internet connection. Perfect for those long plane trips or commutes on the subway. This does, however, mean that the application is larger than most. So you will have to download it over WiFi or through iTunes on your Mac or PC.
If you enjoy this book, please be sure to check out the full range of Traveling Classics books at www.travelingclassics.com
Good inflection and speed. Very good app. Going to look for another book from same company
For an American, this woman's British accent is extremely hard to get over. She finishes each sentence as if it were the end of the story, with some weird change in tone for the last word. Plus its hard to understand the accent if you're not used to it. I wanted to throw my phone out the window of my truck as I was driving. Even if you are British, I don't recommend this because of the way she narrates.