Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Audiobooks

These are some of my favorite audiobooks!

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.

I have linked to where you can buy or stream these audiobooks! These are not affiliate links. However, if you want to try you can use THIS LINK to get a free audiobook when you sign up! This is also not an affiliate link, just a referral link that all users get when they sign up.

1. A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

This is a full cast audiobook and the interviews are all acted out. The audiobook really brought this entire story to life and I can’t recommend it enough.

2. The Night Swim by Megan Goldin

This is another full cast audio! I LOVED that the podcast chapters really sounded like a real podcast segment.

3. The Covenant series by Jennifer L. Armentrout

This entire series published by Tantor audio (my favorite) and is narrated by Justine Eyre – who is quickly becoming a favorite narrator! Justine Eyre flawlessly transitions between characters and elevates every book they narrate.

4. Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

This book is narrated by Dominic Hoffman but I definitely thought this book had a full cast for the entire first half. I was blown away by how unique Dominic Hoffman narrated each character – which is an amazing feat considering how many different perspectives are in this book!!

5. The Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall

I’ve read a lot of reviews that said they thought this book was too long, but I didn’t even realize this book was long because Joe Jameson did such an amazing job narration this story! It’s a 13 hour audiobook but I still finished the entire thing in 2 days!

6. Dear Emmie Blue by Lia Louis

Katy Sobey narrates this adult contemporary and it literally felt like Emmie Blue was telling her story. I love when narrators capture the main character so wholly. And Katy Sobey killed it.

7. Ready Player One by Earnest Cline

Quite possibly my favorite audiobook ever – because Wil Wheaton. Enough said.

8. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman’s voice was made for audio narration. I love that he narrates so many of this books and this was AMAZING.

9. Let’s Get Textual by Teagan Hunter

This was one of the first audiobooks I ever listened too and it’s still an all-time favorite. The beginning portion of this book contains a lot of phone calls and texts between the MCs and it just translated to audio really well. It’s also laugh out loud funny!

10. Cassidy Blake series by Victoria Schwab

I LOVE these audiobooks! There’s music and ambience and this story just comes to life via audio. Can’t recommend this one enough!


10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Audiobooks

  1. I really want to listen to A good girl’s guide to murder, but my audiobook apps do not have it..
    I might have to try The ocean at the end of the lane on audio!


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  2. I keep telling people how I set aside the book of Boyfriend Material, but fell in love with the story via audio. I also listened to Emmie Blue. My heart exploded from that book.


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