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I purchased a book via Itunes. How do I hear the book?' "Text to Speech" capability is missing?

I purchased a book application via Itunes. The book is called "Sharepoint for Project Management". This book shows up as an application. It consumes ~17.1MBytes on the IPhone. I can't seem to find how to get the book to play as an audio file. I can read the book, but I can't get it to play as an audio file with a "text to speech" capability that should be a natural for the IPhone.
By comparison, books that I buy on Amazon, can be read by a 'Text to Audio' selection in the menu of my Kindle. Although the voice sounds a bit mechanical, it is actually quite good and allows me to hear the contents of the book.

RESOLUTION:
could you possibly reply to me an tell me how to turn the audio features of this application on.

If IPhone and/or your applicaiton doesn't have audio "Text to Speech" features, can you please tell me how to transfer this book to my Amazon Kindle so that I can allow Kindle's built in Audio "Text To Speech" function to read this book aloud.

Thanks,

JB AT EXPM.COM
858 449 0012
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  • Hi John,
    Sorry about the delay in responding to you.
    I'd be happy to send you a .Mobi format of this book. I'll get a link out to you in just a few minutes.

    You'll want to make sure your Kindle is connected to your PC via the USB cable. Your Kindle will show up as a removable drive. Drag and drop the .mobi file into the documents folder of your Kindle to transfer it over.

    If you have any further questions or require further assistance,
    You can contact us at:
    1-800-889-8969
    or
    1-707-827-7019 from outside the USA
    7:30 am to 5:00 PST

    Cheers,
    Tai H.
    Customer Service Rep,
    O'Reilly Media
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