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Subject: YA Audiobook Recommendations
Date Posted: 8/3/2013 11:30 PM ET
Member Since: 6/26/2011
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Hi Y'all!

 

I recently joined audible and have really been enjoying getting back into audio books! I am currently listening to The Elite by Kiera Cass and am loving it! I am looking for some recommendations of books you enjoyed on tape so I can pick out some good ones to listen to. Thanks!

 

McKenna

Date Posted: 8/4/2013 4:55 PM ET
Member Since: 12/30/2005
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oh man McKenna...there are soo many!  The Pure/Fuse books were really good as there are multiple narrators.  CInder and Scarlett were also quite good...  I'm looking through my BooksFree queue and seeing what I rated as 5 stars:

The Time Between Us

The Fault in Our Stars

Everyday

Belles

Monstrous Beauty

Code Name Verity (not a book I'd typically read but MAN the audiobook kept me on the edge of my seat!)

and then some others that I had liked quite a lot...

Jillian Larkin's roaring 20's trilogy (Diva, Flappers, etc)

Beauty Queens was a riot to listen to

Beth Revis's Across the Universe trilogy is well done

Magnolia League

and the Castor Chronicles were well done too...

anything read by Holter Graham, Katherine Kelgran and Emily Baurer are usually a sure thing as well...

Date Posted: 8/4/2013 4:55 PM ET
Member Since: 12/30/2005
Posts: 3,564
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oh man McKenna...there are soo many!  The Pure/Fuse books were really good as there are multiple narrators.  CInder and Scarlett were also quite good...  I'm looking through my BooksFree queue and seeing what I rated as 5 stars:

The Time Between Us

The Fault in Our Stars

Everyday

Belles

Monstrous Beauty

Code Name Verity (not a book I'd typically read but MAN the audiobook kept me on the edge of my seat!)

and then some others that I had liked quite a lot...

Jillian Larkin's roaring 20's trilogy (Diva, Flappers, etc)

Beauty Queens was a riot to listen to

Beth Revis's Across the Universe trilogy is well done

Magnolia League

and the Castor Chronicles were well done too...

anything read by Holter Graham, Katherine Kelgran and Emily Baurer are usually a sure thing as well...

Date Posted: 8/5/2013 8:11 PM ET
Member Since: 7/7/2007
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It isn't limited to YA, but you might find this thread, from the Hidden Gems forum, useful -- my hubby does audio and I've found good ones for him there.

http://www.paperbackswap.com/What-Favorite-Audio-Book/topic/228754/

Date Posted: 8/18/2013 12:12 PM ET
Member Since: 7/28/2006
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I have loved anything done by Full Cast Audio.  They always do a really good job with their productions.