This tag is created by Lainey of gingerreadslainey. For the Goodreads Group: Top 5 Wednesday to check for every week’s topic. For this week’s topic: Favorite Audio Books. I’ve tried a few audio books and I’m really enjoying it especially when I’m multi-tasking. These are the audio books that I really enjoyed and mentioned the narrators on the description (bold letters):
Whodunnit? Murder in Mystery Manor by Anthony E. Zuiker
- This was my first audio book experience and I really enjoyed it. There are times that I fell asleep on it because I’m really tired and I keep forgetting to pause it. It’s a great mystery novel and it’s narrated by Gildart Jackson. His voice is really good and definitely one of my favorite narrators out there.
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
- Neil Gaiman writes weird yet creative stories and he is just the perfect narrator for it. I tried reading them but I just couldn’t get into it. So if you’re going to try reading his books, I highly recommend you try it as an audio book. 🙂
Addicted to You by Krista & Becca Ritchie
- It might be funny and awkward to read a New Adult as an audio book because of the intimate scenes. However, Erin Mallon just nailed on voicing Lily Calloway in the Addicted series. I’ve listened to Ricochet and Addicted for Now and they are really good.
You by Caroline Kepnes
- Out of all my audio book reading experience, this is by far my top favorite and Santino Fontana is just perfect to voice Joe Goldberg. That makes the ambiance more enjoyable and creepier than ever. You is written in second person approach. If you haven’t read this book, go for the audio book. If you have a physical copy, listen to this at the same time. It’s amazing. I’m dead serious. (he got a sexy voice)
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
- I guess mystery novels are effective for me if it’s in audio version. This is narrated by three women for each characters. Clare Corbett as Rachel Watson, Louise Brealey as Megan Hipwell and India Fisher as Anna Watson. Out of the three, Clare Corbett is my favorite. The way she narrates it makes me more curious.
Have you tried listening to an audio book? If yes, do you have any favorites? Let me know on the comments. If no, are you willing to give it a try? Feel free to share your feelings about it.