Finding good audiobooks can be a challenging task sometimes. Audiobooks are useful, especially when you feel like enjoying a hands-free reading experience.
Consider yourself standing on a commune where there are no seats, long drives, or road trips with family and friends, and you want to enjoy every minute of the journey. Audiobooks can save the day.
As a result, we have compiled a list of top-10 audiobooks for you to enjoy.
You are familiar with John Grisham, aren’t you? Focusing on the elements of Law and due process, John Grisham’s Sycamore Row centres on the murder of Seth Hubbard, a rich older man.
Having written a will before the second one he wrote before he died, Seth has made what may seem like the greatest mistake of his life. Conflict arises as the initially written will (in the hands of another legal practitioner) was in favour of his two children and their families contradicted the new will which favours his black maid.
The fierce legal battle, as the drama never ends. You can never think of pressing pause all through your journey into this great audiobook.
A Girl Who Lived
Christopher Grayson’s “A Girl Who Lived” takes us back to ten years ago when four people were murdered, but one lucky girl survived. Events unfolded as everyone, and even the police think she’s crazy.
They all think she’s crazy, but there’s only one way to find out. Want to know who/what killed those four people, and whether or not she’s crazy? Go ahead and get this great audiobook. You’ll be spending approximately 9 hours and 40 minutes listening to it.
Sara Jenkins is confronted with a difficult, but yet crucial task. Having willed The Hideaway to her, she (Sara’s grandmother) charges her with the duty of renovating it. But when an opportunist land developer comes into the picture, Sara faces the biggest challenge of her life.
With only two options available to her – she could either stay or fight for the house and her family or return to her lonely and desolate life in New Orleans. Great story! With 8 hours and 30 minutes of listening time, you won’t need a better companion.
In a bid to answer questions like “Why do we do the things we do? Or Robert Sapolsky comes up with this great book that focuses mainly on human psychology. Sometimes we do things that we can’t even explain. It just happens, and we are like why?
“Behave” is a product of an extensive review of several papers and facts from various species of animals, birds, and apes. It combines them into a perfect description of the brain’s neurological processes.
You’ll have to listen for 26 hours and 27 minutes of non-stop revelation of facts.
Before We Were Yours
Lisa Wingate’s Before We Were Yours tells us about a young boy tasked with protecting his four younger siblings from the dangers of this world. With his sick mom in the hospital and a dad who has to look after his wife, the doors were wide open for strangers to creep in.
They landed in an orphanage home after which they were promised their freedom, but Rill Foss, the eldest, quickly realized that it was a white lie. Will he keep his siblings safe? Or perhaps they’ll be consumed. Find out yourself. The listening time is 14 hours and 29 minutes.
Based on an epic paranormal of World War II, Kristin Hanna illuminates an intimate part of that great historical event not known to many. The Nightingale captures the story of two blood sisters distinguished by years of experience, passion, and circumstance.
They both embarked on a journey of self-discovery, survival, and freedom, in a German-engulfed war depleted France. So, set your clock, you’re going on a 17 hrs. And 19 mins ride with Kristin Hanna’s The Nightingale.
Living In a somewhat “ostracized” environment, a place where the school doesn’t exist in its dictionary. Lisa was 17 when she first crossed paths with a school. You could imagine what that means in this 21st century, couldn’t you?
She then goes on to fly across continents, to Harvard, and Cambridge, ultimately becoming a new creature. But how did she achieve all these? How was she able to rise above her circumstances? Find out by reading Tara Westover’s “Educated” right now.
If You Tell
If you tell a story of three sisters, Nikki, Sami, and Knotek, they weren’t like other kids who enjoyed the comfort of a happy family. Often encumbered, maltreated, and degraded by their mother, they questioned the reason for their birth into that family.
But as time goes by, they found an ordinary course, their bond more robust, and now they are ready to face their fears with courage and determination. Ending in multiple murders, Greg Olsen does his tricks again, taking our imagination on a journey.
Based on a true-life story, K. L. Randis tells us the story of a battered child that makes an unidentified phone to report a case of constant cruelty in her home.
However, her safety becomes jeopardized, leaving her with no one left to trust. Spilled Milk is a story of resilience, strength, the quest for freedom, and triumph. This great audiobook lasts for 7 hours and 43 minutes.
The Silent Patient
This story is a clear indication that there is no such thing as a perfect marriage, but both partners must work hand-in-hand to ensure their continuous happiness.
In “The Silent Patient,” Alicia Berenson shows her incessant husband acts of disobedience, violence, violence. Will she pay the price for her bad behaviours, or will she get away with it? Find out!
Yes! That’s our top-10 list of good audiobooks. Selecting books from bestselling authors, you’ll enjoy an enjoyable listening experience. Most of these books are from experienced authors with the magic pen.