Welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s all about audio! And what perfect timing too, because it’s only been a few weeks since I, an audiobook newbie, fell HEAD OVER HEELS in love with audiobooks.
I’ve always wanted to try them, but never actually got to it. But since I started a new job that required me to drive for longer periods of time (I’m in the car about 1,5 to 2 hours a day), I figured it would be the perfect time to try audiobooks. And I LOVE IT. I’m getting so much reading done, the daily commute seems to fly by and I’m even looking forward to it!
So while I’m still new at this and don’t have that many recommendations yet (Highly recommend Daisy Jones and the Six and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid though), I want to focus this post on the audiobooks I’m thinking about trying next. Feel free to give me more recs!
I want to read this massive standalone fantasy so badly, but the sheer volume is intimidating. Maybe it’ll be easier to digest as an audiobook?
This book has been HYPED by so many of my fellow bookbloggers, and I’ve seen it recommended as an audiobook too because of the podcast format of the story. So I definitely want to try it.
I want to try reading more non-fiction, and what better way than listening to the story of Michelle Obama, as told by Michelle Obama herself?
This sounds like such a fun, cute romance that I want to try, so maybe an audiobook is the way to go.
I’ve been wanting to read this one FOREVER and for some reason I keep procrastinating, so maybe I’ll have better luck with the audiobook version?
Same, for some reason I keep putting off on reading this, even though it’s such a widely loved book. So I’m thinking an audiobook will help me read.
I read and loved Illuminae but I still haven’t gotten to the rest of the trilogy. And seeing as this series has such a fun and unique format, I’m thinking it would be a really fun audiobook as well.
Same story as so many of these. I want to read it for so long, but haven’t gotten around to it. AN audiobook may help with that.
This historically incorrect comedy sounds hilarious, so it would definitely make the ride to and from work a blast!
I love the idea that this book explores the idea of a girl who thought she only liked girls starting to feel attraction to a boy and questioning her sexuality. There’s unfortunately a whole lot of bi-erasure and I think this book addresses this topic nicely and would be a fun audiobook.