Five best sellers to listen to on Audible now | Living North

Five best sellers to listen to on Audible now


Want to discover a great story without actually having to read? Tune into our pick of Audible’s best-selling audiobooks

The Flatshare Beth O’Leary
Two cash-strapped Londoners embark on an unusual flat-share where Leon has the flat during Tiffy’s 9–5 job and Tiffy occupies it weekends and nights while hospice worker Leon is on nightshift or at his girlfriend’s. Crazy ex-boyfriends, wrongfully imprisoned brothers and, most importantly, super cute Post-It notes, we dare you not to fall in love with this one. 

Becoming Michelle Obama
Narrated by the former First Lady herself, this powerful and inspiring memoir should be on everyone’s listen to list (along with the subsequent Netflix documentary of the book tour that followed its release). Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most compelling women of our era, and here she reveals the experiences – from childhood to White House – that have shaped her. 

Normal People Sally Rooney
Although they’ve grown up in the same small, rural Irish town, the lives of Connell and Marianne are vastly different. But, when they both earn places at Trinity College in Dublin, a connection that has grown between them lasts long into the following years. It’s a love story of two seemingly mismatched people that explores the impact one person can forever have on another. 

Where the Crawdads Sing Delia Owens
This heartbreaking coming-of-age story is a fave amongst Reese Witherspoon's book club. The book follows the death of young man in a quiet town on the North Carolina coast and the locals have their suspect – but she’s not who everyone thinks she is. 

Grown Ups Marian Keyes
This Sunday Times best seller reveals the real life of the Casey family who, on the surface, appear glamorous and talented. But after one of the brothers wives gets concussion and can’t keep her thoughts to herself the secrets start spilling out. 

Dirty Little Secrets Jo Spain
In the exclusive gated community of Withered Vale everyone has it all – money, success, privilege. Life is good. That is until Olive Collins’ body is found rotting inside number four, and it’s been there for three months. Why didn’t the residents of such a perfect community notice she was missing? And, what is it everyone is trying to hide?

Published in: May 2020

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