2019 Audie Award Winners

Congratulations to the authors, narrators, and publishers of 2019’s Audie Awards-winners! Check out our Audies 2019 playlist to see all the audiobooks nominated.

Audiobook of the Year

Children of Blood and Bone

By Tomi Adeyemi / Narrated by Bahni Turpin

Autobiography/Memoir AND Best Female Narrator


By Tara Westover / Narrated by Julia Whelan

Best Male Narrator


By Dean Koontz / Narrated by Edoardo Ballerini

Business/Personal Development

How to Be Heard

By Julian Treasure / Narrated by the Author


Spinning Silver

By Naomi Novik / Narrated by Lisa Flanagan


The Tattooist of Auschwitz

By Heather Morris / Narrated by Richard Armitage


Darkest Hour

By Anthony McCarten / Narrated by John Lee


The Greatest Love Story Ever Told

By Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman / Narrated by the Authors

Middle Grade


By Jason Reynolds
Narrated by Guy Lockard

Multi-Voiced Performance

Dreamland Burning

By Jennifer Latham / Narrated by Pyeng Threadgill and Luke Slattery


The Punishment She Deserves

By Elizabeth George / Narrated by Simon Vance

Narration by the Author

The Secret of Nightingale Wood

By Lucy Strange / Narrated by the Author


The Perfectionists

By Simon Winchester / Narrated by the Author

Original Work


By Harvey Edelman and Neil Fishman / Adapted for Audio by David B. Coe / Narrated by Jim Dale, Barrett Leddy, Lisa Livesay, Nicola Barber, Khristine Hvam, Nick Sullivan, John Brady, and Johnny Heller

Short Stories/Collections

Heads of the Colored People

By Nafissa Thompson-Spires / Narrated by Adenrele Ojo


Crimson Lake

By Candice Fox / Narrated by Euan Morton

Young Adult


By Courtney Summers / Narrated by Dan Bittner, Rebecca Soler, Gabra Zackman, and Fred Berman


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2 replies to “2019 Audie Award Winners”

  1. Pamela W Hull says:

    The only one I have listened to is Elizabeth George’s The Punishment She Deserves–and whole- heartedly agree- the reading was SUPERB–and I have listened to them over the years with different narrator, Glad she has found another great reader!

    Thank you! Love Libro!

  2. Linda Harrison says:

    I might have to dive into the Elizabeth George. I’ve seen it at the library a few times and it is quite a doorstop. The Simon Winchester title was one of my favorite books of the year. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in science, history, or just good listening.

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