Posted by sean on January 28, 2019 at 9:41 pm in Audiobooks with No Comments


I have been listening to Audiobooks for a few years. In that time, I have built up an impressive collection.

I get on really well with this format of book. I’m one of those people, who loves the idea of settling down with a good book – the only thing preventing me from doing this, is that I get easily distracted, so I lose track of what I was reading.

With Audiobooks, you can listen to wonderful novels, autobiographies and much more, pretty much doing whatever you like.

Here are some examples of strange and unusual places I have listened to my books…

  1. In the middle of the Mediterranean
  2. While having a poo
  3. In a hospital bed
  4. While playing the PlayStation

That’s only 4. I could add others, such ss “in bed” or “at work”, but those would be too mundane, even for me!

Seeing as I am in the mood for lists, here are my Top 10 Audiobooks. Strictly in no particular order.

  1. This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor
    Adam Kay
  2. Around the World in Eighty Days
    Jules Verne
  3. Storyteller
    Donald Sturrock
  4. Silence of the Lambs (+ Hannibal)
    Thomas Harris
  5. Life on Air: Memoirs of a Broadcaster
    David Attenborough
  6. Confessions of a GP (+ Further Confessions)
    Benjamin Daniels
  7. The Queen and I
    Sue Townsend
  8. Around the World in Eighty Days
    Michael Palin
  9. Misery
    Stephen King
  10. The Animals of Farthing Wood
    Colin Dann

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