Traveling for work can be stressful. So, use the time spent traveling to relax a bit by listening to audiobooks you enjoy.
Whether you like thrillers, literary fiction, or nonfiction, you’ll be entertained by these audiobooks and arrive at your destination feeling energized and ready for business!
Thrillers to Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat
â€śJoseph Finder’s Judgment is a pitch perfect, ripped from the headlines thriller. An intense ride that grabs hold and refuses to let go. Judge Juliana Brody is a magnificent character, a perfect blend of believable vulnerability and ruthlessness to protect her family.â€ť â€”Mark Greaney, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Mission Critical
â€śA marital saga so pitch-black it makes Gone Girl look like the romance of the decade… [The Woman Inside] resembles past smashes like Big Little Lies and The Woman in the Window.â€ť â€”Entertainment Weekly
Nonfiction That Even Fiction-lovers Will Enjoy
â€śNarrator Will Patton’s voice is gruff and raspy–perfect for evoking the isolation and fortitude of Henry Worsley as he carried out a solo expedition across the freezing landscape of Antarctica in 2008, retracing the footsteps of Ernest Shackleton. But Patton’s performance is also suffused with warmth, honesty, and joy, reflecting Worsley’s enduring love for his family and his passion for all things related to Shackleton…An audiobook may lack David Grann’s photographs, but Patton makes up for it with his heartbreaking and beautiful narration.â€ť —AudioFile, Earphones Award Winner
â€śThis is a mesmerizing, absolutely bonkers story about a man as brilliant as he is villainous. Youâ€™ll find yourself sucked in, freaked out, and ultimately blown away by Ratliff’s storytelling and tireless reporting. The Mastermind is a masterpiece.â€ť â€”Nick Thompson, editor-in-chief, Wired
Literary Fiction You’ll Be Talking About
â€śCassandra Campbell delivers an elegant narration of this audiobook, a character-driven story sprinkled with elements of science fiction…Her impressive balancing act renders a complicated story structure into a smooth and satisfying listening experience.â€ť —AudioFile
â€śA superbly crafted story of a swaggering news anchor who disgraces himself, facing shame and regret in an era when being human in public is a bloodsport. Talk to Me is moving, full of punch and sorrow â€“ and told at the velocity of a man plummeting to earth.â€ť â€”Tom Rachman, author of The Italian Teacher and The Imperfectionists