Bestselling Audiobooks of June 2021 | Top Selling Audio Books of June
Audiobooks can make for exceptional experiences, if the narrator is able to elevate the book and add emotion to it. This is a list of the bestselling audiobooks of June 2021, available on Audible or iTunes, that we think you should listen to. These books span genres, ranging from memoirs and non-fiction to mystery and romance. So we hope you’ll find a shoe that fits you in these top selling audio books of June.
List of Bestselling Audiobooks of June 2021 | Top Selling Audio Books of June
The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green
Adapted from John Green’s exceptional podcast of the same name, this is a list of essays exploring the world. John Green himself has narrated it, and his YouTube fans (nerdfighters) and podcast listeners are going to adore it! But this is perfect for those who haven’t heard him before too. This is because Green’s voice is smart and humble and adorable and nerdy. And the book itself – it is an insightful review and rating of the various curious facets of the current geological age and makes for a great read.
One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston
Narrated by Natalie Naudus, this is a fresh queer story from the prolific author of ‘Red, White, Royal Blue’. This is a queer love story featuring a cynical 23 year old August, who doesn’t believe in happily ever afters and Jane, a girl on the train August falls for. This is a warm and fuzzy book which doubles as a cozy listen.
Rememberings by Sinead O’Connor
A dark and serious memoir that has taken the book world by shock, Rememberings follows the legendary musician O’Connor. With her trademark shaven head and her gorgeous voice, O’Connor is an icon. This book takes a look at her trajectory from a broken home to her entry into the Dublin music world . She recounts her experiences with sex, drugs, music and more and ventures into the more serious topics of motherhood and finding her spirituality. This book is narrated by O’Connor herself and what more of a treat could it be for lovers of her voice?
Survive the Night by Riley Sager
This thriller narrates the story of Charlie Jordans who might be sharing a car with a serial killer. They both seem to want to get out of the situation, with Josh wanting to care for his sick father and Charlie grappling with the guilt of watching her bestie fall prey to a murderer. But the more time Charlie spends with Josh, the more she suspects that he is the Campus Killer, the reason behind her bestie’s death. Audiobooks can easily enhance the reading experience of a book with mysterious, raspy voices and Savannah Gilmore has done exactly that. This definitely deserves to be in your audiobook collection.
Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
The newest historical fiction from the author of ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’ and ‘Daisy Jones and The Six’ follows three siblings in Malibu in the 1900s. Nina is hosting an annual party while also grappling with a broken marriage. Kit is harbouring secrets sncluding an unwelcome guest. And Jay is waiting patiently for a girl he can’t get out of his head to arrive at midnight. This book, narrated by one of the best audiobook narrators of all times, Julia Whelan, is an experience of delicious drama.
The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris
This biting satire of a novel follows a black woman, Nella who deals with microagressions at work, where is is the only employee of colour. So when another Black woman finally joins the company, Nella is beyond happy. But her excitement fizzles out when she begins receiving threats at her desk, and her newest friend is a suspect. One of the most compelling thrillers of the year that is told in the voice of Aja Naomi King, this one is a must-listen.
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