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T10T: Audiobooks I’ve Listened To


Top Ten Tuesday was originally put together by The Broke and the Bookish and has been taken over by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme is an “audio freebie.” I was torn between audiobooks, podcasts, and music, but decided to stick with books for now. 🙂 So I’m sharing some of the audiobooks I’ve listened to!

A Head Full of Ghosts

This is probably the single-best audiobook I’ve read. I’m actually planning to get this one in print format so I can have it on my shelf and give it a re-read or two. Review.

If I Was Your Girl

I listened to about half of this, I think, then read the rest in print format. The audiobook was incredibly good, but I finally learned that audiobooks mostly aren’t my thing. Review.

The Winter People

I loved this, and it was another one that really excelled in audiobook format. Review.

Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl

This is definitely more for people into Sleater-Kinney than I am, but it was still a good memoir. And! It was read by the author herself, so it lent a lot of authenticity to the listen.

Sleeping Giants

I can’t believe I haven’t finished this series yet?? The audiobook of this was SO good and if I was at all competent at focusing on audiobooks that’s how I’d continue the series. Unfortunately, I’m not, so I have to switch to the print version. I can’t recommend this one enough if you are an audiobook person. Review.

Are you an audiobook person? If so, which are your favorites??

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2 thoughts on “T10T: Audiobooks I’ve Listened To”

  1. Sleeping Giants might be my favourite series. The second book is my favourite. Haven’t listened to the audiobooks though. Might be fun to reread it that way.

    I just heard someone raving about A Head Full of Ghosts! So glad you liked it too. Might listened to it in April.

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    1. Ah, that’s awesome! It would definitely be a great way to reread them. They have a full voice cast, so all the characters are very distinct which I find very helpful and more enthralling.

      The narrator for A Head Full of Ghosts was fantastic annnd I loved the story, so I recommend getting to it if you can. 🙂


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