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  • This is not a laugh out loud read, but I loved it on audio. The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend. It is touching, quirky and made me chuckle at times. Loved it!

  • Furiously Happy. I have the book. If I laugh this are reading I can imagine the audio book. Author reads audio book

  • Christopher Moore’s lamb and Terry Pratchett books are pretty amusing

    • Love the audiobooks of Discworld. They are amazing and hilarious.

    • They are an entirely different experience than reading them too. 😀

    • yes, thanks. I was typing while trying to get my 2 year old into the bath lol

    • Haha! I hear you, I often have a cat walking across my keyboard. BTW – Lamb and A Dirty Job are two of my favorite audiobooks. Fisher Stevens is wonderful!

  • All David Sedaris books are pretty hilarious and great as audiobooks

    • Yes, I was just going to say David Sedaris! I have lots of memories of sitting in my garage or in a parking lot listening to Me Talk Pretty One Day and roaring with laughter, unwilling to turn it off and go off and do what was next on my agenda!

  • Miss Julia books by Ann B. Ross. Shopaholic books by Sophie Kinsella and Bridget Jones Diary. All hilarious.

  • pretty much anything by P G Wodehouse, and his Jeeves and Wooster series is just the best thing ever. Also, Three Men in a Boat!

  • Tina Fey’s autobiography Bossypants and Amy Sedaris’s I Like You:Hospitality Under the Influence. David Sedaris is very funny, too. Oh, someone already mentioned him.

  • The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett and Mrs. Queen Takes the Train by William Kuhn were both really funny.

  • Carl Hiassen’s “SkinnyDip”. Probably his other titles too but I listened to this one and it made for a very enjoyable drive.

  • The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid, by Bill Bryson. Got us through a road trip through eastern Washington, laughing our heads off. Not fiction, but tons of fun, especially if you grew up in the 60s!

    • Love Bill Bryson…A Walk in the Woods is my favorite (non fiction).

  • Boom! by Mark Haddon. It’s a YA book, but the funniest narration I’ve ever enjoyed.

  • The Porter Osborne trilogy by Ferroll Sams, starting with *Run with the Horsemen*!

  • there are lots of P.G . wodehouse’s books available as audiobooks, try some of those.

  • oh Dave Barry. I’d forgotten about him.. thanks for the reminder.. funny guy!

  • Where’d You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple plus any by Dave Barry.

  • 44 Scotland Street by Alexander McCall Smith — It put a smile on my face every second I listened to it!!!

  • Erma Bombeck. She’s gone but I’m sure the books are still out there.

  • The Jeeves stories by Wodehouse.
    “The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accountant” by Drew Hayes

  • If you like nonfiction I suggest both of Mindy Kaling’s books, Yes! by Amy Poehler, and We are Never Meeting in Real Life by Samantha Irby.

  • Garrison Keilor or any of the Number One Ladies Detective Agency books.

  • Lisa Scottoline & her daughter Francesca Serritella write humorous books together. “Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat?” Is one title; there are several others.

  • Dave Barry and Carl Hiaasen write humorous mysteries set in South Florida, where I live.

  • Just a thought: Search or browse Audible’s “Comedy” category!

  • Drunken fireworks by Stephen king it’s hilarious and not scarey at all

  • Even though I don’t totally agree with his politics, I thought Al Franken’s Giant of the Senate was hilarious.

  • “The Grass Is Greener Over The Septic Tank” Erma Bombeck.

    • Anything by ERMA! I read her from childhood, in the Grit newspaper, through early maturity, in her books, clear through until she passed. Always great insight and humor and 99.94% family safe!

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