…Audio Book Recommendations
I’ve just cancelled my subscription to the Australian equivalent of Netflix and replaced it with an extra Audible book each month (it’s cheaper and I’ll make more use of it). So what better time to jump back into participating in Weekly Geeks and ask you to recommend some audio books for me to download.
Listened to anything lately that has left you breathless? speechless? teary? joyful? bent over with laughter? If so, let me know. Tell me what book you listened to and what you loved about the experience (if you can please tell me the name of the book, author and narrator as there are often different narrators of the same book and I want to share your exact experience if I can).
Regular visitors to this blog will know I read crime fiction almost exclusively these days but I don’t want you to narrow your recommendations. I’m happy to consider all suggestions.
If you’re also looking for some great audio book recommendations, my favourites of the year so far (in no particular order) are
- Reginald Hill’s A Cure for All Diseases (Jonathan Keeble narrator)
- Matt Beynon Rees’ The Saladin Murders (Daniel Philpott narrator)
- Tom Rob Smith’s Child 44 (Steven Pacey narrator)
- Charles Todd Search the Dark (Samuel Gillies narrator)
- Agatha Christie Death on the Nile (David Suchet narrator) (the review is towards the bottom of the post about Agatha Christie and Me)
- Aravind Adiga The White Tiger (Bindya Solanki narrator) (<—- see, not a Crime Fiction book)