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Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk The best (and only) Android audiobook player for Plex.


Main Features :-

  •  Sync audiobook progress on device
  •  Sync progress across devices via your Plex server
  •  Compatible with all common audiobook file formats (mp3, m4b, FLAC, and more)
  •  Sleep timer
  •  m4b chapter support
  •  Skip silent audio

Premium Version Features:

  •  Offline support
  •  Variable playback speed (0.5x to 3x)

Mod Info :-

  • Premium Subscription unlocked
  • This app has no advertisements

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Chronicles: Volume One 

Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk Download Bob Dylan’s Chronicles: Volume One explores the critical junctions in his life and career. Through Dylan’s eyes and open mind, we see Greenwich Village, circa 1961, when he first arrives in Manhattan.

Dylan’s New York is a magical city of possibilities: smoky, nightlong parties; literary awakenings; transient loves and unbreakable friendships. Elegiac observations are punctuated by jabs of memories, penetrating and tough.

With side trips to New Orleans, Woodstock, Minnesota and points west, Chronicles: Volume One is an intimate and intensely personal recollection of extraordinary times.

Revealing, poetical, passionate and witty, Chronicles: Volume One is a mesmerizing window on Bob Dylan’s thoughts and influences.

Dylan’s voice is distinctively American: generous of spirit, engaged, fanciful, and rhythmic. Utilizing his unparalleled gifts of storytelling and the exquisite expressiveness that are the hallmarks of his music, Bob Dylan turns Chronicles: Volume One into a poignant reflection on life, and the people and places that helped shape the man and the art.

PROS

  • Fast startup
  • Rich software and device ecosystem
  • Touch screen support
  • Biometric Hello login
  • Strong gaming options

CONS

  • Separate Settings app and legacy control panels
  • Few recent major updates with Windows 11 taking over

How to Mod and Install?

  1. Download Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk
  2. Now install it on your program.
  3. After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
  4. Then paste it in an installation directory
  5. Done
  6. Enjoy full version

Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk Requirements

  • 2 GHz Processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • HDD space 800MB
  • 670-MB installation space required
  • Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
  • MAC OS X 10.8 or later.

CHRONICLES

Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk Dylan’s episodic and highly personal memories of the 1960s’ counterculture movement get a sympathetic and intelligent reading from Nick Landrum, himself a songwriter. In the folksinger’s familiar twang, he details Dylan’s pilgrimage from his native Minnesota to Greenwich Village, in search of his idol, Woody Guthrie.

There he finds the ailing Guthrie, as well as Joan Baez, Dave Van Ronk, and a host of others, many of whom became household names. Woodstock, a motorcycle trip to New Orleans, and an intimate look at Dylan’s creative process all figure in this rambling story, which is clearly and eloquently brought to audio. It’s easy to believe you might be listening to Dylan himself.

Doctor Who Companion Chronicles

Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk Part of The Companion Chronicles, this audio book features companions Crystal (voiced by Claire Huckle), a former nightclub singer, and Jason (voiced by Noel Sullivan), a French aristocrat saved from the Guillotine by the Doctor.

Colin Baker seems slightly less acerbic as the Doctor than he was when onscreen, and does a great job of bringing his Doctor back to life for this adventure.

This episode has just the three cast members, even though there are other characters – all voiced by one or the other of the companions as they relate the tale. The Doctor has instructed Jason and Crystal to record a narration of their most recent adventure, as the Time Lords have demanded a report.

The Doctor and his companions travel to another dimension, where they find themselves held hostage by an all-powerful idol who has fixed his beady eyes onto the Earth (as many Doctor Who villains seem to!). Will the Doctor come up with a cunning plan to defeat his adversary?  Will the companions make it through the adventure without being killed off?

The cast do a fantastic job of building the atmosphere and weaving yet another fantastic Doctor Who tale. The production values are, as ever from Big Finish, excellent. Sound quality is superb and being written by Terrance Dicks, a long standing writer of all things Doctor Who, the tale is exciting and will draw the listener in. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a casual watcher, this audio book is worth checking out.

Audio Book Review

Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk When I came to Prosper Woods, the last thing I expected was to be walking into a world of magic. Horror movies at the theater hadn’t prepared me for the realization that vampires, werewolves, witches, shifters, and ghosts were real.

After six months, I’ve learned to live with it, and I count many odd creatures as friends, not to mention my soul mate, a vampire who makes me tremble when he kisses me. When I came to Prosper Woods, my expectations were low. I brought Robert’s bones, numerous possessions, and regret for my role in my maker’s sheer blood lust.

I also brought Robert’s ancient tomes. When Sergio showed up demanding I give him the books, I banished him with the help of a spell and a friendly witch. I never expected those books to be the source of danger to my man and our life together. When the vampire came to town, I knew things were going to change. What I didn’t expect was to become alpha of my pack and fall in love with my best friend.

Werewolf royalty moved into town, bad vampires were about to go to war with us, and the biggest surprise of all: The unicorns had a king of their own. I don’t know what’s about to happen, but I want to avoid war. With Sam by my side, I’m pretty sure I can face anything. Because I’m hopelessly, helplessly in love.

REVIEW

Patricia Logan’s True Order is the fourth (fifth, if you include the prequel, True Knight) and final book in the truly bonkers Prosper Woods Chronicles series.  Vincent and Romeo continue to take center stage, but all hell breaks loose in this story.

It’s messy, bloody, and chaotic.  Stupid decisions are made.  (I’m looking at you, Vincent).  Surprises abound.  War is waged, the bad guys get their comeuppance, and order is finally brought to this supernatural small-town.  Ms. Logan puts her astonishing imagery and expert ability to spin out an addictive, twisty-turny storyline on full display here in her fictional Prosper Woods landscape.

If you are reading True Order, you’ve read the rest of the series, so you won’t be surprised that Ms. Logan’s excellent writing and creative, detailed character development are as present as always.  If you haven’t read the previous books, stop, do not pass go, and return to the prequel, True Knight, and start from there.

Prosper Woods Chronicles contains a continuing, convoluted storyline, with about a thousand different characters of all supernatural varieties (yes, hyperbole there, but that’s what it feels like at times). You must read the books in order, or else spoilers and confusion will result.

True Order picks up right after the events of True Prince conclude. The True Prince to True Order bridge felt almost artificial in some ways.  It’s similar to how I felt going from the prequel True Knight to the first book, True Mate.

  It feels like a chapter break when one book ends almost mid-scene and the next one starts immediately after.  That’s partly why the cliffys at the end of each book (especially the ones at the end of True Blue and True Prince) are so effectively irritating.

John Solo ushers us back into the magical world of this unique, small California town of Prosper Woods with his captivating vocal performance on the True Order audio.  This is the culminating book in this series, and it’s also the pinnacle of the supernatural, WTF craziness we’ve joyfully encountered throughout the series.

Mr. Solo indeed throws himself into the vocal performance here; he’s got a yeoman’s job to do, and he does it well.  His pacing slowed down some of the more frenetic parts of the action, especially towards the end.  But it’s understandable and likely unavoidable given the array of voices he needs to employ.

Conclusion

Chronicle Audiobook Player for Plex v0.41 Mod Apk Dylan’s episodic and highly personal memories of the 1960s’ counterculture movement get a sympathetic and intelligent reading from Nick Landrum, himself a songwriter. In the folksinger’s familiar twang, he details Dylan’s pilgrimage from his native Minnesota to Greenwich Village, in search of his idol, Woody Guthrie.

There he finds the ailing Guthrie, as well as Joan Baez, Dave Van Ronk, and a host of others, many of whom became household names. Woodstock, a motorcycle trip to New Orleans, and an intimate look at Dylan’s creative process all figure in this rambling story, which is clearly and eloquently brought to audio.

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