I do not know what is available for our Aussie friends, or our bro's and sis's in the UK, but in the US, each state has audio books for the Blind, which MS'ers are able to use. This library consists of audio books, and there is no charge to use the cassettes. In fact, they mail them to you, and provide a postage free envelope to use in returning them. Anyone who has a disability making it difficult to read a book, either limited vision, difficulty in holding a book for a lengthy period, or other disability, can use this system. Just google your individual state and Books for the Blind.
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