My Audiobook Flowchart

If you are new to audiobooks or if you are just looking for your next read, I can help. These are the books I have listened to and enjoyed in the past year (or so) compiled into one helpful little flowchart. It’s also a pretty good summary of my audiobook life.

How To Choose Your Next Audiobook
(from my limited experiences)

[Click to enlarge - I know it's tiny here]

Let me know which book you got in the comments! (This is better than a cootie catcher, right?)

PS – I inadvertently left off two Neil Gaiman audiobooks I loved: Stardust narrated by Gaiman and Anansi Boys narrated by Lenny Henry. But you should just all get those two anyway. Because they’re pretty amazing.

 

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21 thoughts on “My Audiobook Flowchart

  1. Twitter: irisonbooks
    I am currently listening to Harry Potter while running. It makes running that much more fun, I actually look forward to it because I know I will be able to listen to the books again. As you can guess, I am a new audiobook convert and so your chart is perfect for me.

    • I have a post coming later this week about the relationship between running and audiobooks. Also, the HP audiobooks are fantastic.

  2. Twitter: Vasilly
    This is a great flowchart! I ended up with almost everything on your science side. Right now I’m re-listening to Gaiman’s American Gods so I’ll definitely add the rest of his books to my tbr list. ;-)

  3. Twitter: lithousewife
    This flowchart rocks my world! I ended up with two (once through wasn’t enough). The first time I ended up with THE THIRTEEN TALE. The second time I ended up with REBECCA. They’re both novels I love, but I’ve never read in audiobook form. They’re on my TBR now.

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