Friends, I’m popping in quick with audiobook recommendations because everything on Audible’s website is 50% off (excuse me while I fan myself!). If you’re an audiobook lover like me or want to try out an audiobook, now is a great time to buy! Here are ten audiobooks I recommend, with incredibly short descriptions.
An unlikely hero teams up with two friends to find easter eggs hidden in a virtual reality world that an evil company wants to rule. Complete with amazing 80s references and Wil Wheaton as narrator.
A college grad accepts a job at a high-end NYC restaurant where she learns about wine, food, and the dark side of the restaurant business. The narrator is so good I bought all the books she narrates.
An amazing epic following four friends from college throughout the rest of their lives. Complete with a tragic mystery surrounding the main character and a love story that made me feel deeply. Lots of tears.
The story of a marriage told from both perspectives. A sweeping narrative with characters you’re not quite sure you entirely trust.
The beautiful and tragic story of an immigrant who comes to America, but is still tied to her home (and her first love) in Africa.
Tina Fey at her finest. Plus, she narrates.
Amy Poehler talks about SNL, acting, and being a mom. Plus, she narrates.
Ah-mazing. Stories about sexism and feminism, plus the tension that accompanies not being the “perfect feminist.” And stories about competitive Scrabble (which is real).
One woman’s journey to spend a full year trying to become happier. Spoiler: it works.
For anyone who is even a little creative. My favorite part is the serendipitous story of Gilbert meeting Ann Patchett and the unbelievable connection they find with their work.