Best Audiobook for 2019 - You Got to Listen to this

The audiobook range is exploding upon on us with the best titles around. No task can ever be called mundane again because you're going to be flipping through books quicker then you change socks....well, hopefully not, honestly, personal hygiene is way more important. Stock up on ear buds and lets get this show on the road. Here's my top three picks, in random order, of your best audiobook titles for 2019 and they're all brilliantly narrated:

1. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens and narrated by Cassandra Campbell.

The bio of this book doesn't do it justice. Gives off the impression that it's going to be a slow read. I can assure you, this is anything but slow. It's a thriller that both surprises and intrigues at exactly the right moments. The narration is smooth to the ears like a well played cello. 

2. Becoming by Michelle Obama by Michelle Obama and narrated by the First lady herself.

So you guys have seen the book everywhere, you couldn't have missed it unless you've been living on some deserted island. What makes this audiobook version extra special is that it is narrated by the former FLOTUS herself. Listening to the author tell her own story in her voice feels that much more powerful and inspiring. Get ready to be moved in a way that the written text cannot, even though the print version was special.

3. Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou

This story is definitely a lot more crazy than what you'd expect. One of those reads that sucks you in through a compelling account of greed at it's best. Seems that human nature keeps on a certain repetitive cycle that yields a new scam of the century every ten years for billions of dollars. Instead of becoming the new Steve Jobs, Elizabeth Holmes has earned a new ominous title and it makes for a brilliant read and dare I say, just as good a listen in the audiobook version. It's also narrated by the author and hearing him portray this deeply researched story is an eye opener.

I'd say happy reading everyone but I think happy listening would be more appropriate.  





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