Hi, lovelies! As a huge fan of audiobooks, I always try to share my favorite audiobooks so that others will love them as much as I do. Science fiction has some books with really great narrations.
Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel: The audiobooks for this trilogy are nothing short of perfection. It’s a full cast narration and the story is just so good. There’s an anonymous interviewer asking the characters questions, but there’s also radio broadcasts, and audio journal entries. This is an all-time favorite forever.
The Final Six by Alexandra Monir: This is a dual narrator audiobook. I loved this story. Six teenagers are chosen and trained to go into space to terraform a new world. The narrators did a great job of brining these characters to life.
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer: The narrator of this series is my all time favorite narrator. I will listen to everything she narrates. She really gives the characters emotions. I am awed by Rebecca Soler’s narrating skills. She really blew me away with this series.
Mirage by Somaiya Daud: I also have to mention the sequel, Court of Lions, because it’s narrated by the same person as the first book. This series is incredible and the narrator kept me drawn into the story the whole way through. I’m really glad I listened to the audio, otherwise I would have butchered literally all of the names of everything.
Internment by Samira Ahmed: This book was devastating. The narrator did a really great job making me feel all of the things while listening. There were also some interesting effects that added to the story.
These are my favorite science fiction audiobooks. What audiobooks are on your list?
Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.