Insomnia Collection Vol. 004

Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(4.5 stars; 6 reviews)

Soporific dullness is in the ear of the listener, and what's tedium incarnate to one person will be another person's passion and delight. However, it is hoped that at least one from the range of topics here presented will lull the busy mind to a state of sweet sleep.

Introduction by Cori Samuel (17 hr 12 min)


Excerpt from Abstract of the Massachusetts School Returns for 1838-39 59:15 Read by TriciaG
Chapters 2 and 8 of Aspects of Modern Oxford 35:17 Read by ChadH94
Excerpt from ''Illustrated Catalogue of a Portion of the Ethnologic and Achaeol… 46:28 Read by Colleen McMahon
Chapters 1 - 3 of Catechism of Familiar Things 49:06 Read by Lola Janie
Excerpt from Chromosome 21 48:43 Read by Brian Dirkx
Portion of entry ''Copper'' 1:09:56 Read by Peter Yearsley
Disinfection and Disinfectants 31:06 Read by Bev J Stevens
Chapters 1, 2, and 4 of Every Man His Own University 42:30 Read by ChadH94
An Irish Musical Genius, The Inventor of the Musical Glasses 35:59 Read by TriciaG
W. Kent & Co's Annual Catalogue, April 1859 1:11:57 Read by Larry Wilson
Lecture 1 of The Meaning of Relativity 54:58 Read by Amelia Chesley
Excerpt from Chapter 4: Names and Sentences of the ''First Fleeters'' from ''Co… 33:30 Read by Stefan Von Blon
Rules of the Road at Sea (Portion) 59:13 Read by Maria Kasper
Selected Patterns from ''The Art of Bobbin Lace'' 44:18 Read by Devorah Allen
Selections from ''Culpeper's Complete Herbal'' 34:32 Read by Louise J. Belle
A Short List of Scientific Books, Part 1 1:10:33 Read by Chris Pyle
A Short List of Scientific Books, Part 2 1:10:01 Read by Chris Pyle
Chapters 2, 3, and 4 of The Library Assistant's Manual 49:51 Read by Christina Bui
Chapters 1 and 2 of the Toronto Cookbook 1:10:56 Read by KevinS
Copyright Law of the United States, Preface, Sections 101-102 54:37 Read by Elsie Selwyn


Puts me to sleep...

(5 stars)

Amazed at how well the readers read this boring material!


(3.5 stars)

i have so much respect for the people who read this incredibly boring stuff. HUGE shoutout to The Excerpt from Chromosome 21 or something like that