This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about audio, so I’ve decided to list a few audiobooks that I love and recommend. Last June, I posted eight of my favorite audiobooks for National Audiobook Week and will be adding to that list today. These are a few of the audiobooks that bring the story to life for me due to the narration. I know I have eleven audiobooks, but I couldn’t help myself. Don’t forget to read my Tuesday intro below from the book I’m currently reading.
My top three must-listen-to audiobooks
What are your favorite audiobooks?
I received The Plan by Kelly Bennett Seiler in the mail on my birthday, and it releases today. I love the synopsis and so far, it’s really captured my interest.
At a glance:
A dynamic and heartwarming love story between two individuals with seemingly little in common: a woman who is left alone after the deaths of her husband and children and a trilateral amputee on the other side of the globe.
Claire Matthews’ entire world—the one she shared with her husband and three children—shattered into a million pieces on a dark, winter road the day after Christmas. The only survivor of a brutal car crash that claimed the life of her entire family, she struggles to find a reason to wake up each morning.
On the other side of the Atlantic, Irishman Callum Fitzgerald’s actual birth was deemed a tragedy. Born a trilateral amputee, no one expected his life to amount to anything. Now in his thirties, Callum has defied the odds. Victorious over his own limitations, he’s built a life and a career around encouraging others to find a purpose for their pain. He assures the tens of thousands who flock from all around the world to hear his inspirational message that nothing occurs by happenstance; there’s always a greater plan.
Claire and Callum. Two individuals with seemingly little in common. Separated by years, physical abilities, and half a world. Yet, their lives unexpectedly converge, thus beginning a love story so profound and enduring, it turns the darkest tragedies into spectacular triumphs.
“Something’s wrong with the baby!”
Patrick sighed and gripped the steering wheel more tightly. The rain was coming down as if all of God’s angels were dumping buckets from the sky. Barely able to see the car in front of him, he was struggling to keep the vehicle on the road — to even see the road. Though generally a patient man, Patrick didn’t have the energy to give in to Nora’s dramatics.
“I’d better find three little munchkins in their beds,” Claire called out, as she headed up the stairs toward her kids’ rooms.