Classics can be an intimidating genre. But Audiobooks bring classics to life in new and interesting ways. To make it even easier for you to get started, we’ve discounted these books for the month of August!
We’ve chosen The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer as our August Book of the Month. Filled with energetic music, intimate stories of her life, and down-right-good advice, there’s a little something for everyone in this memoir.
This month we highlight books that have appeared on the Indie Next List, a hand-picked selection from booksellers across the U.S. Independent booksellers are and have always been discoverers of the next big thing, the next great read, the next bestseller, and the next undiscovered gem.
Already through your summer reading list? These engrossing books will keep you occupied until Labor Day. Kick your feet up and have a listen to some of our favorite audiobooks perfect for those lazy beach afternoons.
Politics are ruled by narratives, whether it be on television or in print, so it’s essential to supplement and challenge common knowledge by listening to people’s own stories.
Jeffrey Archer’s Only Time Will Tell is the sort of tale you won’t want to put a pause on, so pick a beach and grab some sunscreen. The Clifton Chronicles will keep you happy and occupied for some time!
Celeste Ng’s debut book Everything I Never Told You not only lives up to the hype but surpasses it. It’s a devastatingly beautiful about love, loss, dreams, and just trying to find your place.
If you could live your life over again, would you? Kate Atkinson explores life, death, and chance in her acclaimed novel Life After Life. Her brilliantly told story captures the power in the choices we make and the moments that can change our lives forever. Beautifully written and gripping, this novel is a must read for anyone who isn’t afraid to ask big questions.
Go Set a Watchman is the most hotly anticipated book of the year, but it’s not without controversy. Here is why you need to listen to this book.
Authors Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter are incredible storytellers. That alone is enough to want to hear their podcast, A Tiny Sense of Accomplishment. But Alexie and Walter also have amazing conversational chops and will keep you entertained for hours with witty banter, special performing guests, and intriguing stories from their own lives.