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on 10 December 2013
I was looking at purchasing this magazine together with CD when I saw that it was available as a kindle edition - perfetto, there is nothing I want less than anything else cluttering up the house! I downloaded it, and it looked great. I had read a review saying that it is difficult to use the audio content together with the text, so I looked for the audio content first. The last item of the table of contents was "Audio Track Listing".
Moving to that section took just a click, and the first paragraph informed me that tracks 1-20 are included in audio CD format, and that all tracks, (1-25), appear in mp3 format. However, I couldn't see them, had no idea how to get to them and had no idea where they might "appear".
I phoned Amazon customer service and was (I can't stress this strongly enough) eventually told (by the strangest customer service person) that there was no audible content available with the Kindle edition. She offered to give me a telephone number for Audible (another company, I thought - still confused by this one).
So it seems that if you want audible content, then you have to buy the paperback edition, which comes with a CD. There are no mp3s available. Which still begs the question: how does one access tracks 21-25?
Read and Think Italian with Audio CD (Read & Think)
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