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Unabridged "Slumdog" audiobook due out in March

Slum BBC Audiobooks is releasing the unabridged audiobook of Vikas Swarup's Q&A - from which the multi-Oscar winning film Slumdog Millionaire was adapted - on March 24, to coincide with the release of the DVD version of the film.

The book, read by Christopher Simpson, will cost $29.95 for nine CDS or $25.95 for digital download.

The abridged version is available now, but who wants to listen to abridged audiobooks? I will never understand it. It's like those old time Reader's Digest novelizations. What's the point?


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