As the fresh start of New Year is here, let’s go back to the best audiobooks in case you have missed them. Don’t you just want to go back to the best days that you had with the audiobooks? In this article, we will read about the 15 best audiobooks of 2021. What was your best read of 2021?
15 Best Audiobooks of 2021 | Top 15 Audio Books From 2021:
- The Four Winds – Kristin Hannah (January)
- Just As I am – Cicely Tyson (January)
- Milk Blood Heat – Daniel W. Moniz (February)
- The Final Revival of Opal & Nev – Dawnie Walton (March)
- Firekeeper’s Daughter – Angeline Bouley (March)
- Crying in H Mart – Michelle Zauner (April)
- The Last Thing He Told ME – Laura Dave (May)
- One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston (June)
- Seven Days in June – Tia Williams (June)
- The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois – Honoree Fanonne Jeffers (August)
- Apples Never Fall – Liane Moriarty (September)
- Cloud Cuckoo Land – Anthony Doerr (September)
- Matrix – Lauren Groff (September)
- The Christmas Pig – J.K. Rowling (October)
- Will – Will Smith (November)
The Four Winds – Kristin Hannah (January)
Texas, 1934 – the story presents one of the darkest times of the Great Depression which has arrived with dread and vengeance. The Four Wind is an ineffaceable representation of America and the largely popular concept of the American Dream viewed from the eyes of a resolute woman whose gallant and sacrifice will define a generation.
Just As I am – Cicely Tyson (January)
The truth and authentic side of Cicely Tyson – the actor who has been on the movie screens for six decades, the church girl who was scared to speak, the schoolgirl who found solace in hymns, the mother, the sister, and the friend Cicely. The woman who loves nature, the one who loves as much she has hurt and has been hurt, and the dreamer Cicely – everything about her life is present in this book.
Milk Blood Heat – Daniel W. Moniz (February)
Set in Florida – each of the stories in this book is about those young girls, men, and women who are going through the moments of aggressive private reckoning. A 13-year-old mediates on her difference between her white best friend and herself when an unforeseen tragedy happens; a woman on the road to recovery from her miscarriage but unable to let go of the thoughts as she sees the body parts and more stories of this kind.
The Final Revival of Opal & Nev – Dawnie Walton (March)
Opal can’t see herself doing a 9-5 job so when British singer Neville Charles offers her to make rock music she takes up the offer. In early 70s NYC, as she was searching her niche but then a rival band collaborated with wither label. Later on, she will tag along with Nev and S. Sunny Shelton for a reminiscent of the history. Some political conspiracies, some nasty revelations, and more came into view.
Firekeeper’s Daughter – Angeline Bouley (March)
18-year-old Daunis Fontaine has never gotten along or fits in, on the Ojibwe reservation or in her hometown. She dreams to study medicine but after a tragic incident, she devotes herself to taking care of her fragile mother. The only breath of fresh air is Jamie, a recruit on the hockey team of her brother. Even though she falls for Jamie there seems to be something off and mysterious about Jamie. But a lot of change after an appalling murder, what will happen next?
Crying in H Mart – Michelle Zauner (April)
Michelle Zauner in this book proves herself to be far more and beyond a singer or songwriter. Narrated, authentic and vivacious – this memoir is a must-read to know more of the life of the Korean American celebrity. This book is scarcely to feel like a read for the readers but mostly for the writer herself.
The Last Thing He Told ME – Laura Dave (May)
Before disappearing Owen Michaels kept a note for her one year married wife Hannah. The note says ‘Protect her’. Hannah knows that the ‘her’ refers to the daughter Bailey. Bailey has nothing to do with her new mother as she is still not over the loss of her mother. As the story goes on Hannah and Bailey go on to uncover the mystery of Owen’s disappearance.
One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston (June)
23-year-old August moving to NYC and she has this notion of living alone is the only smart way not being in love. But with the arrival of gorgeous Jane in the story, August is about to change and help Jane change from her past.
Seven Days in June – Tia Williams (June)
Brooklynite, single mom, and bestselling erotic author Eva Mercy – Award-winning literary writer Shane Hall hit off well in an event, with their past burned traumas. They are trying their best to behave everything is fine and ignore the crazy week they spent in love. Eva can’t trust him again but she needs a few answers, so what is next?
The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois – Honoree Fanonne Jeffers (August)
In this family drama book, the characters emphasize facets like heartbreak, complexities, black feminism, coming-of-age, grief, rage, loss, death, history, education, and more. This book provides a feeling of a once in a while read.
Apples Never Fall – Liane Moriarty (September)
This book is about the biggest dilemma whether you should inform the cops when your mother is dead and your suspect is your father. Joy, the mother goes missing along with Savannah, a girl the Delaneys saved one night as she was frightened and needed help. Two of the children suspect their father and the other two are determined that their father cannot do anything. In this exploration, they will find a lot about their family.
Cloud Cuckoo Land – Anthony Doerr (September)
13-year-old Anna, an orphan resides with the longing of being a bird inside the alarming walls of Constantinople where women survive by making embroidering the robes of priests. Outside these frightening walls is a village boy named Omeir and Anna and Omeir will cross paths. What will happen next to Anna who wants to fly to Utopian heaven?
Matrix – Lauren Groff (September)
17-year-old Marie has been sent to England to be the new prioress, at first taken aback with the new life, she finds her love and concentration in the shared life with her mercurial sisters. Marie is determined to find ways for the women she leads but in this frightening world will her vision be enough?
The Christmas Pig – J.K. Rowling (October)
A boy named Jack loves his childhood toy named Dur Pig. But one fine Christmas the toy is lost. This eve is known for miracles when toys can come to life. Christmas Pig, who is Dur Pig’s replacement, has a bold plan to find and save Dur Pig.
Will – Will Smith (November)
Will Smith takes his audience and readers in the ride of his life, and film and music career. This book is about his transformation from a frightened kid living in West Philadelphia to being one of the biggest rappers and actors in Hollywood. like every other memoir, Will is a book about self-exploration, understanding the profound self, journey to triumph, and more.