2021 – My favourite audiobooks of the year

I’m still pretty new to audiobooks, I only started a few years ago and I had a pretty good rhythm of listening when I was on the metro or on the bus, or any other kind of travelling, and then the pandemic put a stop to all that. If you know me, you know I’m not too upset about not travelling and taking the metro too much anymore.

But I still haven’t found my new rhythm. So this year, I didn’t listen to as many audiobooks as I had in previous years. Still, most of the ones I listened to were really good. If I had to choose only one (which, lucky for me, I don’t), it would be One Last Stop. Or The Thing About Tilly, which was on my list of favourite books in 2020. Yeah, I’m not choosing.

As usual, I got codes from authors or narrators for some of these (thank you!), others I got with my own credits. Whether I paid for them or not, if they’re on this list, it’s because I loved them. Here they are, in chronological order of reviewing:

#1 That Certain Something by Clare Ashton, narrated by Jessica Jeffries

#2 Against All Odds by Kris Bryant & Maggie Cummings & M. Ullrich, narrated by Melissa Sternenberg

#3 Accidental Honeymoon by Miranda MacLeod, narrated by Lori Prince

#4 Northern Vows (Compass #5) by Lise Gold, narrated by Addison Barnes

#5 Hotel Queens by Lee Winter, narrated by Angela Dawe

#6 When You Least Expect It by Haley Cass, narrated by Lori Prince

#7 Hideaway (Vino & Veritas #8) by Rachel Lacey, narrated by Abby Craden & Melissa Moran

#8 One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston, narrated by Natalie Naudus

#9 Must Love Silence by Lucy Bexley, narrated by Abby Craden

#10 Finding Jessica Lambert by Clare Ashton, narrated by Gabrielle Baker

#11 Create a Life to Love by Erin Zak, narrated by Lula Larkin

#12 The Thing About Tilly by G. Benson, narrated by Cat Gould

I also listened to a few older audiobooks I have to at least mention: Aurora’s Angel by Emily Noon, narrated by Abby Craden, Breathe by Cari Hunter, narrated by Nicola Victoria Vincent, Turbulence by E. J. Noyes, narrated by Abby Craden (my wife’s first Craden audiobook!), Breaking Character by Lee Winter, narrated by Angela Dawe.

And if you’ve missed them, you absolutely should listen to Abby Craden reading The Phone Book (thank you E. J. Noyes for making this happen) and Angela Dawe narrating an LG Dishwasher Instruction Manual (thanks also go to Lee Winter for that).

Read all my audiobook reviews here.

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