Highly popular audiobooks worth listening to 1. ‘The Dutch House’ by Ann Patchett 2. The ‘Harry Potter and Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling 3. ‘Becoming’ by Michelle Obama 4. ‘Born a Crime’ by Trevor Noah 5. ‘Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe‘ by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
So I went ahead and asked 12 book bloggers and YouTubers what they would consider the best audiobooks of all time and which Audible book got them hooked on this format in the first place. The result is a list across all genres of well-known, traditionally published titles as well as independently published gems, written by bestselling and award-winning authors who really know how to write a compelling story and narrators who excel at bringing these stories to life.
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The narration of an audiobook can enhance the overall experience of reading. Just like books themselves, when it comes to narrators, some are better than others. My book club has read some of the best books on the market, and I always choose an Audible version of the book, if it is available. I wanted