The Best Audiobooks to Listen to Right Now

Neverwhere

neverwhere - neil gaimanvia amazon.com

This book, the debut novel of now-sci-fi-superstar Neil Gaiman, is one of NPR’s Top 100 sci-fi and fantasy books of all time. Even if this genre isn’t your favorite, this supernatural London-set tale is sure to captivate you while read out loud by the author himself.

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The Help

the help - kathryn stockettvia amazon.com

If you haven’t read this bestselling novel by Kathryn Stockett, it’s time to do just that, and the audiobook is a great way to experience it. Just like the story itself, the audiobook is narrated by multiple different women, including Octavia Spencer, who won an Academy Award for her role as Minny in the film adaptation. The funny and poignant 1960s-set story celebrates the power of female friendships to conquer divisions and prejudice. Here are some more of the best books to read with iconic female friendships.

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The Undoing Project

undoing project - michael lewisvia amazon.com

Written by Michael Lewis and narrated by Dennis Boutsikaris, The Undoing Project tells the fascinating true story of the two Israeli scientists who developed the field of behavioral economics. Despite incredible odds, they published their groundbreaking research, would eventually win the Nobel Prize. This book is as much about the unlikely friendship between the two scientists as it is about the world-changing discoveries they made. Next, check out these other great books that might just change your life.

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