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Ghosts of India Free from Audible

There’s something about the word ‘free’. It makes food taste better, makes buying one extra item of the same thing make more sense and has helped Tibetians escape China occupation of its country (well, maybe not the last one) but now to you dear Doctor Who fan, itis going to help you hear the DoctorDonna’s adventures in India, for free!

Audible.com are giving away a copies of the Audiobook adventure Doctor Who: Ghosts of India (yay!) when you sign up for their free trial (boo!) Okay, so you may have to join the digital library site first and start payments of either $14.95 per month or $22.95 per month after the free fourteen day trial but still, yay…well it could be worse…you could live in Tibet.

Doctor Who: Ghosts of India, narrated by David ‘son of Patrick’ Troughton (The Curse of Peladon, Midnight), has the Doctor and Donna team up with Mohandas ‘Mahatma’ Gandhi (who I’m told can wield a mean nun-chuck) to solve the mystery of the ‘half-made men’ – ghostly figures of white who have shadows where men have eyes – and could be about to unleash an ancient, all-powerful god of destruction upon the Earth.

A free sample of the audiobook is available from Audible, where you can choose either this title or any other audiobook (not that we’re biased or anything) for free when you sign up with the site.

To download the audiobook head over to Audible.com.

(via American Consumer News)


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