The 12 Best Audiobooks of 2018
These Audible titles will keep you from leaving your car, the treadmill, or wherever else you plug in to escape. Our roundup has something for everyone, from thrillers and fiction debuts to self-help books and memoirs.
Song of a Captive Bird
This splendid debut novel by Jasmin Darznik, based on the life of the great female Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad, explores the family dynamic of a feminist trailblazer who defied tradition to fulfill her destiny. The audiobook is narrated by actress Mozhan Marnò. Peruse more recommended audiobooks to read right now.
Author Doris Kearns Goodwin, a Pulitzer Prize–winning presidential historian, studies four presidents who have captured her imagination for over five decades: Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Lyndon B. Johnson. What makes or breaks these great leaders? Is it their intellect or their ambition? It’s narrated by actor Beau Bridges. Don’t miss these 12 biographies you should have read by now.
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