Part 3 ends with 1 Kings; while part 4 starts with Jeremiah. Where are 2 Kings and Isaiah? I have no idea.
The organization of the files -- or lack thereof -- makes it possible only to listen to this recording through. Why couldn't they have split the files into the books of the Tanakh, so that it is possible to choose a book to listen to? Instead the recording is split into 9 files with the same name, each of which is split into "Chapters" at random parts.
Audible, did you spend any time on transferring this to computer format? It seems as if you didn't.
Foucault in Exile
Excellent story about a very interesting topic. I planned to stretch my listening out over a couple of weeks, but I couldn't manage to break away so I ended up finishing in a couple of days! The author/narrator offers us a beautiful portrait of the fascinating figures that discovered and explored the Cairo Genizah. Wrapping the subject material into his and his son's interest in the Genizah made it both personable and endearing.