Audiobook Classics

A collection of both modern and traditional tales.

The Handmaid’s Tale
Atwood, Margaret Eleanor 
Offred is tasked with bearing children for the elite in a totalitarian society.

Their Eyes were Watching God
Hurston, Zora Neale
Janie, a Black woman in  the 1930’s, journey to independence and substance.

Pride and Prejudice
Austen, Jane
Two lovers overcome the titular sins of pride and prejudice in order to fall in love and marry.

Wuthering Heights
Brontë, Emily
A pastor returns home, realizing his life is missing a pulpit and his passion for it.

Butler, Octavia
Dana repeatedly transports through time, back to the Antebellum South.

The Jungle Book
Kipling, Rudyard
Mowgli’s adventures with the wild animals of the jungle.

Alice’s adventures in Wonderland
Carroll, Lewis
A story about young Alive, who follows a white rabbit down a hole.

To Kill a Mockingbird
Lee, Harper
A young girl’s coming of age story and the consequences of racism and prejudice.

The House on Mango Street
Cisneros, Sandra
Esperanza’s life is told through a series of vignettes, detailing her family and coming of age.

The Call of the Wild
London, Jack
Buck learns to live in the wild as the leader of a wolf pack after being stolen from his home.

Orwell, George
A man’s curiosity of what keeps his society afloat leads to chaos.

The Red Badge of Courage
Crane, Stephen
A young man who fled the Civil War seeks to overcome his shame.

Cry, the Beloved Country
Paton, Alan
An elderly black minister comes to term with his faith when his son is accused of murder.

The Divine Comedy
Alighieri, Dante
An allegory, representing mankind as its merit exposes itself to justice.

Shakespeare, William
Hamlet deals with grief and life changes, manifesting as a spectre of murder and revenge.

David Copperfield
Dickens, Charles
The life of David Copperfield from his birth to adulthood, exploring all aspects of life.

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Stevenson, Robert Louis
A respected lawyer reveals the relationship between Dr. Jekyll and Edward Hyde.

The Three Musketeers
Dumas, Alexandre
A young man named D’Artagnan as he pursues his dreams of becoming a musketeer.

Stoker, Bram
Having deduced who Count Dracula is, a small group of people vow to kill him.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Stowe, Harriet Beecher
A slave’s story, being sold and experiencing physical brutality by slave drivers and masters.

The Great Gatsby
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
Amidst the decadence of wealthy Jazz Age, a millionaire is obsessed with a spoiled woman.

A Room with a View
Forster, E. M.
An Edwardian girl falls into impropriety and passion on her first trip to Florence.

The Adventure’s of Huckleberry Finn
Twain, Mark
The adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River.

The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman
Gaines, Ernest J.
This fictional autobiography tells the story of a woman born in slavery on a Louisiana plantation.

Lord of the Flies
Golding, William
A group of school boys survives a plane crash on a deserted island leading to savagery and murder.

The Color Purple
Walker, Alice
As a young, black woman living in 1930s Georgia, Celie faces violence and oppression.

The Return of the Native
Hardy, Thomas
A man gives up his career in Paris to return to his native home to teach.

The Time Machine
Wells, H. G.
A story of time travel that reveals a dark future rather than a utopia.

The Age of Innocence
Wharton, Edith
An aristocratic lawyer is engaged to May, however her cousin Ellen draws his love.

The Iliad
Fifty critical days before the end of the Trojan war, fate spins an epic.

The Sun also Rises
Hemingway, Ernest
A story of expatriate Americans and British living in Paris after World War One.

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