What are your favorite audiobooks and who are your favorite narrators? Books are fantastic in audiobook format, sounding more like radio shows than books. In this article, we are going to get a list of great books with the best audiobook presentation.
- To Kill a Mockingbird (by Harper Lee; narrated by Sissy Spacek)
- Ready Player One (by Ernest Cline; narrated by Wil Wheaton)
- Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (by Douglas Adams; narrated by Stephen Fry)
- American Gods (by Neil Gaiman; narrated by Dennis Boutsikaris, Daniel Oreskes, Ron McLarty, Sarah Jones)
- The Poets Corner (by John Lithgow; narrated by Morgan Freeman, Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren, Glenn Close, Gary Sinese, John Lithgow)
- Bossypants (by Tina Fey; narrated by Tina Fey)
- 1984 (by George Orwell; narrated by Simon Prebble)
- In Cold Blood (by Truman Capote; narrated by Scott Brick)
- Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War (by Karl Marlantes; narrated by Bronson Pinchot)
- The Millennium Trilogy (by Stieg Larsson; narrated by Simon Vance)
- The Sally Lockhart Quatrain (by Philip Pullman; narrated by Anton Lesser)
- Shantaram (by Gregory David Roberts; narrated by Humphrey Bower)
- The Thirteenth Tale (by Diane Setterfield; narrated by Bianca Amato & Jill Tanner)
- World War Z (by Max Brooks; narrated by Max Brooks, Alan Alda, John Turturro, Rob Reiner, Mark Hamill, Alfred Molina, Simon Pegg, Henry Rollins, Martin Scorsese)
- The End of the Affair (by Graham Greene; narrated by Colin Firth)
- Beautiful Ruins (by Jess Walter; narrated by Edoardo Ballerini)
- The Help (by Kathryn Stockett; narrated by Jenna Lamia, Bahni Turpin, Octavia Spencer, and Cassandra Campbell)
- Society's Child: My Autobiography (by Janis Ian; read by the author)
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (by Roald Dahl; read by Eric Idle)
- Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat (by Victor Brandt; read by the author)
- Harry Potter 1-7 Audio Collection (by J.K. Rowling; read by Jim Dale)
- JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings in three parts (read by Andy Serkis)
"The series of popular children's books capture a child's imagination."
Jim Dale might be a familiar name for Harry Potter fans in the US. He is known for his skill to create a unique voice for every character. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, he set a world record when he read 125 different characters in distinct voices.
The Lord of the Rings audiobook uses Andy Serkis, the voice of Gollum, from the Academy Award winning movies.
Listening on these books can make time fades away during workouts, long drive, and cleaning sessions.
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