The Pilgrim’s Progress (John Bunyan)

The Pilgrim’s Progress (John Bunyan)


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THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS by John Bunyan (unabridged) is presented by Blackstone Audio. This standalone audiobook app combines a professional audio recording with supplemental features for download-once, grab-and-go anywhere enjoyment.

This classic allegory tells the enthralling story of a Christian’s epic journey toward heaven and the many temptations and distractions he encounters along the way. With a burden on his back, Christian reads a book that tells him that the city in which he and his family dwell will be set ablaze. Christian flees from the City of Destruction and journeys through the Slough of Despond, the Interpreter’s House, the House Beautiful, the Valley of Humiliation, the Valley of the Shadow of Death, Vanity Fair, Doubting Castle, and the Delectable Mountains before finally reaching the Celestial City.

This was professionally recorded by Blackstone Audio’s Earphones®-winning narrator, Robert Whitfield.

DURATION: About 10 hours of narration.

NOTE: The contents of the book and materials are suitable for anyone 7 years and older. The app is rated 12+ following the Store guidelines, as social links are available and sharing is allowed.

“This is the great merit of the book, that the most cultivated man cannot find anything to praise more highly, and the child knows nothing more amusing.” (Samuel Johnson)

“Next to the Bible, the book I value most is John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress” (Charles Spurgeon)

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