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10 New Audiobooks We’ve Loved Listening to This Month

by  | May 18
Headphones and coffee resting on a book

The Simon & Schuster Audio team put together a list of audiobooks they’re especially excited about this month. Keep reading for their must-listen picks. Thank you Simon Audio!

Feeling a little stir crazy as you shelter at home? There’s nothing like a good audiobook to transport you to another world! Here are the top ten audiobooks in our listening queue this month.

In Five Years

In Five Years

by Rebecca Serle

Former fans of Smash are sure to recognize Megan Hilty’s beautifully lyrical voice in this bestselling audiobook by Rebecca Serle about an ambitious lawyer who experiences an astonishing vision that could change her life forever.

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Big Summer

Big Summer

by Jennifer Weiner

A “big summer” is something we’re all still crossing our fingers and toes for (we can dream, right?) but while we wait to see how long this quarantine lasts check out Jennifer Weiner’s new novel about a disastrous wedding on Cape Cod. Audiobook bonus: the incredible Danielle Macdonald from Dumpling, Patti Cake$, and Bird Box brings this hilarious and heartwarming story of friendship and forgiveness to life.

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Resistance

Resistance

by Tori Amos

For anyone who added Tori Amos to their favorite artists in Spotify (or hoards her multiplatinum CDs), listen to the Grammy-nominated artist read her timely and passionate call to action for engaging with our current political moment.

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Incomparable

Incomparable

by Brie Bella and Nikki Bella

If you’ve binge-watched seasons of Total Divas or (and?!) Total Bellas during your quarantine, get your fill of Brie and Nikki Bella in their raw, honest, and revealing memoir.

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Ask For More

Ask For More

by Alexandra Carter

Whether you’re working from home or (eventually) in the office, good communication is key to good business. Columbia Law professor and mediation expert Alexandra Carter has helped students, business professionals and even the United Nations learn how to ask for more to get better answers with a simple yet powerful ten-question framework for successful negotiation where both sides emerge victorious.

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More Than Love

More Than Love

by Natasha Gregson Wagner

Need a self-isolation activity? Start an audiobook club with your mom! This never-before-told story of Hollywood icon Natalie Wood, written and read by her daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner, will be sure to keep your conversation going long after your Zoom date.

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Becoming Bulletproof

Becoming Bulletproof

by Evy Poumpouras

Fans of Bravo’s Spy Games will recognize former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras as she shares insights and skills from the most elite security force in the world to move from fear to fearless.

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Someone Like You

Someone Like You

by Karen Kingsbury

One frozen embryo. Two families with life-long secrets. A guy who never planned to fall in love again. All audiophiles out there will be hooked on the newest audiobook in bestselling author Karen Kingsbury’s Baxter Family series.

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I'm Your Huckleberry

I'm Your Huckleberry

by Val Kilmer

Friend Will Forte, former flame Mare Winningham, and award-winning narrator George Newbern all lend their voices to Val Kilmer’s highly anticipated autobiography, featuring behind-the-scene stories of his most beloved roles, the twists and turns of his star-studded career and love life, and the revealing truth behind his recent health struggles.

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You're Not Special

You're Not Special

by Meghan Rienks

If you’ve spent an uncountable number of hours on YouTube in the last month, check out Meghan Rienks’ (sort-of) memoir. Now that she’s (mostly) through her awkward stage, Meghan’s here to tell you that it gets better. And while you may not be special, you’re also not alone on the bumpy road to adulthood.

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