Looking for audiobooks with sound effects for immersive listening experience? Here is a list of 10 audiobooks with distinct stories that will blow your mind.
Audiobooks with Sound Effects for Immersive Listening Experience:
- The Sandman – Neil Gaiman
- The Only Plane in the Sky penned – Garrett Graff
- Skeleton Crew – Stephen King
- Fight of the Century penned – Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon
- Sadie – Courtney Summers
- There There – Tommy Orange
- Daisy Jones & The Six – Taylor Jenkins Reid
- Assassination Vacation – Sarah Vowell
- The Family Upstairs – Lisa Jewell
- An American Marriage – Tayari Jones
The Sandman – Neil Gaiman
It is considered as ‘the greatest epic in the history of comic books by the Los Angeles Times Magazine. It covers the dark theme of fantasy and horror. When Lord Morpheus aka The Sandman the undying king of imagination is dragged from his dominion and caged on Earth, and he manages to escape after ages. How he retrieves his dominion makes it an astonishing fantasy.
The Only Plane in the Sky penned – Garrett Graff
Read by A Full 45-Person Cast
Garrett Graff explains the day of 9/11 as it was lived in the words of the people who lived it. It has different views, documents, published transcripts, original interviews, and views of witnesses, survivors, family members, and friends. This is a different and vivid take on the September 11 attacks.
Skeleton Crew – Stephen King
Read by Stephen King, Frances Sternhagen, Will Patton, Lois Smith, David Morse, Dylan Baker, Michael C. Hall, Paul Giamatti, Kyle Beltran, Dana Ivey, Matthew Broderick, Lois Smith, and Norbert Leo Butz
This 1985 collection of short stories by renowned horror author Stephen King has 2 novellas, 2 poems, and 18 short stories. This is a great collection for horror lovers and Stephen King fans.
Fight of the Century penned – Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon
Read by an All-Star Cast
It explains how in the history of America legal battles were fought and how it advanced social justice and civil rights. In this book, several award-winning writers united together to portray their literary take on different historic verdicts.
Sadie – Courtney Summers
This story is going to capture your mind and will not leave too soon. Sadie, who never had an easy life growing up and parenting her sister Mattie was going to suffer a little bit more –as she goes out on a journey to find the killer of her sister, who was found dead for an unidentified reason.
There There – Tommy Orange
The book focuses on a huge group of Native Americans in Oakland, California. The people suffer from different challenges like unemployment, alcoholism, depression, and different family issues. The central theme of this book is the survival of Native Americans in urban areas.
Daisy Jones & The Six – Taylor Jenkins Reid
Read by Judy Greer, Pablo Schreiber, Benjamin Bratt, and Jennifer Beals
A brilliant story for modern readers and teenagers – Daisy Jones a girl coming of age in Los Angeles, living her life in her way with sex, drugs, and rock and roll – how Daisy’s life evolves as she grows up is for the readers to discover.
Assassination Vacation – Sarah Vowell
The author discloses the puzzles of American culture and history with humor and wit in Assassination Vacation. She takes us on a journey of political murder mysteries of America and through the innumerable ways the murders have been used for personal profit and political advantages. This audiobook will engage you for a longer period.
The Family Upstairs – Lisa Jewell
A thrilling story by Lisa Jewell focuses on the character of Libby Jones who was unaware of her birth parents. One fine day after she got home from work, she got the letter that she has been yearning to see her entire life. After reading the letter she discovers that she is the only inheritor of an abandoned mansion on the shore of Thames. But she was not the only one who was waiting for this. How this story turns up after they meet? Is this a murder story? You must not miss this story.
An American Marriage – Tayari Jones
The book concentrates on the marriage of an African-American middle-class couple named Roy and Celestial. The story takes an unusual turn when Roy is wrongfully blamed for a rape he was not aware of.