Just like Tom Sawyer, Nick Offerman is a wholesome boy from a small midwestern town who has a wicked mischievous streak.(He also happened to grow up into a mustachioed carpenter and comedian, which feels relevant somehow.
I don’t know, just go with it.) – Rachel Smalter Hall is terrifying.
The audio only magnifies this experience by keeping the pace moving slowly even though you want it to move more quickly.
We at Book Riot *heart* audiobooks just as much as we heart adventure.
Here are 40 of the best audiobooks of all time that we’ve been listening to lately on long drives — from brand-new to backlist, romance to history.
The plot keeps moving, the character studies are riveting, and there’s not a single false step until the big climax.
— Jessica Woodbury This fun listen is easy to follow even without the previous books in the series.A divorce lawyer agrees to take on her neighbor’s sister case.He’s a cocky journalist and she’s skeptical about love.Enjoy them on your next road trip or wherever you get your listening fix.What begins as a lighthearted satire about suburban Australian parenting gets very dark and very twisty, very fast.— Jessica Pryde A zombie road adventure, a meditation on the meaning of personhood, a clash of scientific, military and humanistic worldviews brought to life by superbly drawn characters, especially a very unusual little girl trying to make sense of it all.