Looking for recommendations on audiobooks? What are your favorites?Looking for recommendations on audiobooks? What are your favorites? Elisabeth #recommend #audio book
Honeymoon by patterson
The Dresden Files series, Stormfront is the first one.
11/22/63 sets a standard for audiobooks that’s hard to beat.
Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. Basically, any of his books he narrates himself. ?
The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne. Superb book so well narrated.
I stumbled upon this bad boy, and man it blew me away! It has a very profound message, and it just hit me right in the feels. I listened to it in like one afternoon, and was so moved by it I listened to it a second time! It’s a story of a guy at his lowest point gets into a car wreck and has a near death experience and goes to meet with 7 historical figures that each one give him a gift of knowledge to take with him in his life. And each one spoke to me like this book was written specifically for me. He meets up with Ann Frank and it pretty much brought me to tears. It is a really powerful book! Check it out, you won’t be disappointed! https://amzn.to/2SPL4oM
Anything by David Baldacci
My sister recommended to me The Disaster Artist.
-Warbreaker & Elantris by Sanderson.
-Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
-A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers (I don’t know about book 1)
-Artificial Condition & Rogue Protocol by Martha Wells (these are Murderbot Diaries #2 and #3) – These are narrated by Kevin R. Free aka Kevin from Welcome to Night Vale
-Pullman’s His Dark Materials
-I also quite enjoyed Not My Father’s Son – it’s Alan Cumming’s autobiography narrated by himself.
I’ve never listened to any of Neil Gaiman’s books but I know many of them are narrated by him as well.
Illuminae is apparently very good as well. I know it uses different formats (interviews, case files, etc.) in the print form and it supposedly reflects in the audio.
“The Screwtape Letters” as read by Joss Ackland,
“Howl’s Moving Castle”
The Screwtape Letters was SOO good!!
I really enjoyed “Talking as Fast as I Can” written and narrated by Lauren Graham. There’s something about listening to a memoir read by the person who wrote it that’s just more fulfilling than reading it myself.
I’ve got these two in my library atm. One of them is VERY good, jury is out on the other.