We all have a lot of time at home on our hands right now. I am certainly not writing King Lear. What I can do besides play video games is listen. Here are some top audiobook picks from Cut staff and friends. Say Nothing, Patrick Radden Keefe. It felt more like I was listening to Serial or Slow Burn than anything else. Also, I am comforted by deep Northern Irish accents, and the narrator, Matthew Blaney, has a great one. The Diana Chronicles, Tina Brown.
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Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. As anyone whose commute is longer than 20 minutes can attest, podcasts are game-changers for passing the time productively, but we're looking for new ways to make the most of our commutes. Enter audiobooks. Offering hours of entertainment, these narrated novels are so good, you might find yourself hoping for traffic jams. Yes, really.
Skip to main content Best Books On Tape. Thirteen Reasons Why. In Stock. You never really know what someone is going through. My heart broke for Clay. I kept wondering why the author decided to tell the story with Clay as one of the narrators, and in the end, I think I understood why. I found this to be a powerful book, but in a subtle way. I read the 10th anniversary edition which has extras, including the original ending. I'm not sure which ending I prefer. Both endings are satisfactory towards the story, but both somehow leave me wanting more.