Question: What’s your favourite audiobook? Many thanks in advance!Question:What’s your favourite audiobook?Many thanks in advance! Leesa #recommend #audio book
Illuminae hands down
Born This Way by Trevor Noah
@Kristin…Born a Crime? ?
@Leslie hahah yes oops ?
Lady Gaga must be on your mind ?
The Book Thief
@Shayne is that part of the nevernight series or just by the same author?
@Amanda by the same author Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman. I personally followed along in the hardcover book while listening to the audiobook and it was so fantastic.
Daisy Jones and the Six
The Harry Potter series
@Tracey I honestly like the audiobooks better. Jim Dale just brings the books alive. I can listen to them over and over (and I have!) ?
Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter
The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher
I agree ILLUMINEA! You will not be sorry. I listened and read it at the same time. Great experience.
Born A Crime by Trevor Noah read by Trevor Noah.
that was such a fun book to read! I need to get the audio book, when I was reading I kept reading it in his voice anyway.
Lolita read by Jeremy Irons
@Dulce I did NOT know he read this. I loved his version of the movie.
Yes it is the best. I love that man. He’s on my laminated freebie card.
I just got done with Go Set a Watchmen and thought it was pretty great!
The Exorcist, read by the author himself.
Call Me By Your Name! Read by Arnie Hammer. ??
The narrator of The Goldfinch was fantastic. Or, since you liked HP, stick w JK Rowling and listen to the Cormoran Strike novels that she wrote under a pseudonym. That narrator is also amazingly good and I love that whole series. Listened to all four. (Copied from another post I just answered!)
Daisy Jones and the Six! It’s a full cast audiobook! And the cast is amazing! Jennifer Beals, Benjamin Bratt, Pablo Schreiber, and Jonathan Davis (the lead singer of Korn)!
Ready Player One! Will Wheaton reads it and he does such a good job!
@Sarah agreed 100%. I named my dog Parzival because I love that book. Wil Wheaton made is so much better!!!
100% accurate. Became a HUGE Wil Wheaton fan after hearing him read.
the gentleman’s guide to vice and virtue by Mackenzi Lee. the narration just made the story even better, and I’ve never laughed so hard listening to an audiobook. What makes it worse (or better depending on how you look at it) is that I listen to them while at the gym. I dont think I wouldve enjoyed the books as much as i did, if i had physically read them as opposed to listening to them
I dont know if you can find it, but Robert James Waller made an audio book of his short stories “Old Songs in a New Cafe” read by him. So good! I also loved The Boys in the Boat, My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She Is Sorry, Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society, Fried Green Tomatoes, Henry’s Sisters
The Night Circus
Nevernight by Jay Kristoff
The Power of Habit
Becoming by Michelle obama
The Graveyard Book, written and read by Neil Gaiman ❤️
I always recommend The Martian, because it was my first real audiobook, I love the story, and RC Bray is a fantastic narrator IMO.
Totally agree – The Martian’s narration was PERFECTION.
Sadie! It is unlike most audiobooks, feels more like a …play? (hørespill) lots of narrators, some melodybits. Just an awesome audiobook experience!
i sent this text to my friend when he was debating on trying an audiobook for the first time
I love autobiographies and memoirs by women and narrated by the author. It is like they are telling me stories. I’m the world’s biggest HRC fan so I love listening to her books on audio (as long as she narrates them)…I’m listening to Becoming by Michelle Obama now.
The Disaster Artist
Anything narrated by Nick Pohdel, Kate Reading, Wil Wheaton, or Michael Kramer.