September 2018 Audiobook Bestsellers

Libro.fm is proud to present the September 2018 audiobook bestseller list that captures what’s selling in independent bookstores.

Find your next great audiobook below or by viewing the top 50 bestsellers and pre-order bestseller list.


Fiction

1. Less

by Andrew Sean Greer (Hachette Audio)


2. Crazy Rich Asians

by Kevin Kwan (Penguin Random House Audio)


3. There There

by Tommy Orange (Penguin Random House Audio)


4. A Gentleman in Moscow

by Amor Towles (Penguin Random House Audio)


5. Circe

by Madeline Miller (Hachette Audio)


6. Little Fires Everywhere

by Celeste Ng (Penguin Random House Audio)


7. The Death of Mrs. Westaway

by Ruth Ware (Simon & Schuster Audio)


8. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

by Gail Honeyman (Penguin Random House Audio)


9. The Immortalists

by Chloe Benjamin (Penguin Random House Audio)


10. Pachinko

by Min Jin Lee (Hachette Audio)


Nonfiction

1. Calypso

by David Sedaris (Hachette Audio)


2. Educated

by Tara Westover (Penguin Random House Audio)


3. How to Change Your Mind

by Michael Pollan (Penguin Random House Audio)


4. I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

by Michelle McNamara (HarperCollins)


5. Girl, Wash Your Face

by Rachel Hollis (Thomas Nelson)


6. Leonardo da Vinci

by Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster Audio)


7. Kitchen Confidential

by Anthony Bourdain (Penguin Random House Audio)


8. Everything Trump Touches Dies

by Rick Wilson (Simon & Schuster Audio)


9. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

by Mark Manson (HarperCollins)


10. Sapiens

by Yuval Noah Harari (HarperCollins)


The September 2018 audiobook bestseller list is based on sales through independent bookstore locations during the month of August 2018.

Written By

Nick Johnson

Nick is the Creative Director at Libro.fm. He has wildly varying tastes. For example, you can see him zooming around the Pacific Northwest on either his pristine Italian scooter or his classic American car. His tastes in books are just as diverse. He reads (and listens to!) everything to 1950s-era sci-fi to modern YA.

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