The Best Audiobooks of 2022, According to Audiofile
Celebrating the Year in Good Listening
Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile’s editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. We keep our daily episodes short and sweet, with audiobook clips to give you a sample of our featured listens.
AudioFile’s Robin Whitten joins host Jo Reed to talk about the 2022 Best Audiobooks — listen to hear about how these audiobooks were chosen out of the thousands reviewed this year, to learn about Robin’s favorites from the list, and to find out about upcoming interviews with narrator’s of some of this year’s honored titles. Jo and Robin also share the list of 2022 Best Memoirs, including some big names in audiobooks this year.
AudioFile’s 2022 Best Memoir Audiobooks:
Finding Me by Viola Davis, read by Viola Davis
I Was Better Last Night by Harvey Fierstein, read by Harvey Fierstein
In Love by Amy Bloom, read by Amy Bloom
Solito by Javier Zamora, read by Javier Zamora
Wake by Rebecca Hall, Tyler English-Beckwith, read by DeWanda Wise, Chanté Adams, Jerrie Johnson, Bahni Turpin, and a Full Cast
Woman Without Shame by Sandra Cisneros, read by Sandra Cisneros
For the full list of 2022 Best Audiobooks, visit: audiofilemagazine.com
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