Audible recommendations

(22 Posts)
Sewsosew Sat 19-Dec-20 12:26:31

I just seemed to listen to a load of rubbish lately.
I don’t like sci-fi or autobiographical stuff. I like good fiction.

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Sewsosew Sat 19-Dec-20 18:54:24

Bumping for traffic

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Disfordarkchocolate Sat 19-Dec-20 19:02:05

In no particular order

Rivers of London series
The Corset
The Five (my absolute favourite, non fiction)
The Watchmakers Daughter
The Daughters of Jocasta
A Thousand Ships
Things in Jars
Mudlarking (non fiction)
Once upon a River

iamme21 Sat 19-Dec-20 19:04:21

The chronicles of st Mary’s
The midnight library
The Thursday murder club

Disfordarkchocolate Sat 19-Dec-20 19:09:12

Seconding St Mary's, they are just so much fun, and interesting and Max is just fantastic.

Sewsosew Sat 19-Dec-20 19:11:48

Thanks! Something to look for.

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Disfordarkchocolate Sat 19-Dec-20 19:20:25

I spend far too much on Audible @Sewsosew.

Moonraker read by Bill Nighy is worth a listen too. The film is a travesty.

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Sewsosew Sat 19-Dec-20 19:27:16

I’ve let my credits run up as the last few things have been so disappointing. I find the reccs in the app are just rubbish.

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Disfordarkchocolate Sat 19-Dec-20 19:33:29

I only had one I really didn't like, I returned it after a couple of chapters and Audible gave me a credit.

Vickles20 Sat 19-Dec-20 19:38:13

The Keeper of Lost Things
Winter Solstice
Hercule Poirots Christmas (bbc)
The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding (bbc)
Christmas Chronicles Nigel Slater

Tambourinetunes Sat 19-Dec-20 19:39:52

I loved The Midnight Library

lachy Sat 19-Dec-20 19:41:08

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
Playing Nice

Both really good and I've loved listening to them

whatwouldnigellado Sat 19-Dec-20 19:41:38

Richard osmonds Thursday murder club- LOVED IT!!

Disfordarkchocolate Sat 19-Dec-20 19:43:54

BBC radio versions of the Smiley books with Simon Russell Beale as Smiley. These are fantastic.

Toddlerteaplease Sat 19-Dec-20 19:52:12

Currently listening to the Thursday murder club. Not usually my thing but seems your good.

AllDoneIn Sat 19-Dec-20 20:03:59

Have you listened to the West Cork podcast? It's gripping.

Sewsosew Sat 19-Dec-20 20:05:31

Yes I’ve listened to West Cork! Very much enjoyed that!

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TheBuriedGiant Sat 19-Dec-20 20:07:55

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt is incredible. The story and narration are amazing. It was the first audible I listened to and I’ve been hooked to audible ever since!

Odile13 Sat 19-Dec-20 20:12:04

Pride and Prejudice narrated by Rosamund Pike
Jane Eyre narrated by Thandie Newton

They are both so well done.

Octoblockswim12345678swim Sat 19-Dec-20 20:12:14

I loved The Little Friend (my favourite Donna Tartt), also currently listening to Americanah which is a great story brilliantly narrated.

SingingSands Sat 19-Dec-20 23:42:25

Graham Norton's books are very good fiction novels. I've listened to two and enjoyed them a lot. Have bought the third, but not started yet!

dontgobaconmyheart Sun 20-Dec-20 02:56:16

Can you name some books you like OP? Or things you already listened to that you liked ?

Not sure if everyone already knows this but you can pause your membership for a month or more in the account settings if there isn't anything you fancy that month. Has to be better than paying the full whack and having credits to use up for the sake of it.

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