Get The Best Audiobooks
If you enjoy reading, you most certainly will enjoy audiobooks as well! There’s many reasons why you should delve into the audiobook world and there are lots of great choices for every reader to choose from. Now that audiobooks are more mainstream, more book companies are putting them out. Below is a list of some of the most popular audiobooks to get you started in the right direction.
Landmarks by Robert Macfalane:
This book is about the language of landscape. It’s a manifesto of a hundred different words and phrases for natural phenomena, weather, and the countryside. The book is described best by Mr. Macfalane when he states: “We have become experts in analyzing what nature can do for us, but lack a language for what it can do to us,”.
A Delicate Truth by John le Carre:
A Penguin classic, this book is Mr. Carre’s 23rd novel and it’s about a post-Iraq inquest into the privatization of war. The book is about a counter-terrorist operation, code-named Wildlife, to capture a arms buyer Jihadist. The delicate truth of whether or not the highly secret operation was a success or a human tragedy that was covered up?
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire by JK Rowling:
Who doesn’t love Harry Potter? If you never got into the book series, here is a delightful chance to catch up with the rest of J.K. Rowling fans. Stephen Fry does the most wonderful job narrating the book and the voices of all the unique characters.
Alone In Berlin by Hans Fallada:
Inspired by a gripping true story, Fallada tells the story of an ordinary man’s defiance against the tyranny of Nazi rule after finding out his beloved son was killed in France. This a fast moving tale that will have you on the edge of your bed!
The American Lover by Rose Termain:
This audiobook is read by a few different people, which make the short stories flow better for your ears. This seductive book shares the trangressive love affair in the 1960s in Paris, France.
15 Us by David Nicholls:
A bittersweet comical novel about the break of a marriage who stars an emotionally challenged hubby and father. The successor of One day. This will make you find humor in the downfall.
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson:
Bill Bryson tries to answer and understand the oldest questions in life about the universe, world, and ourselves. He starts with the Big Bang then moves onto the rise of civilization. From there he goes onto trying to understand the world’s intellectuals and pesters each one with questions. Truly a mind stimulating book.
This Boy – A Memoir Of A Childhood by Alan Johnson:
This audible book is an chastening account of growing up in poverty in the 1950s. Alan Johnson reads the book without sentiment.