Tantor Audio, a leading publisher of unabridged fiction and nonfiction audiobooks, has added eight new titles to its extensive library of Audio&eBook Classics---which includes many great works in philosophy and psychology on audio for the first time.
Among the new titles are Franz Kafka's The Trial, James Joyce's Dubliners, Hume's An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, and Ten Days in a Mad-House, by Nellie Bly. Read by a top narrator, each audiobook is accompanied by a Free Bonus ebook edition. The printable PDF format is compatible with computers and eReaders.
"The very first audiobook we published was a classic: Tarzan of the Apes, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, and the company got its name from the elephant in the story," said Tantor CEO Kevin Colebank. "Over the past decade we've continued to add to our wonderful Classics collection. We're especially proud to have introduced the Audio&eBook combination, so that listeners can follow along with the text."
The ebook is easy to use, keyword searchable, and allows for page-by-page and chapter-by-chapter navigation
During "June Is Audiobook Month," all Audio&eBook Classics are available at 50% off---in a choice of Library, Retail, and MP3-CD formats---direct from Tantor.com.
Combining the best titles, including National Book Award, Man Booker Prize, and Pulitzer Prize winners and numerous New York Times bestsellers, with over 70 of the industry's best narrators, Tantor is dedicated to producing award-winning audio. Tantor is the recipient of numerous Audie Awards, AudioFile Earphones Awards, Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Awards, and starred audio reviews. All titles are available direct through www.tantor.com and through major retailers and distributors. Now in its eleventh year of business, Tantor is located in Old Saybrook, CT. Launched in 2011, Tantor Studios (www.tantorstudios.com) offers full-service audiobook production.