12 Top Nonfiction Audiobook Picks from Audible Editors

Posted by Marie on July 23, 2018


This post is sponsored by Audible.

What are the top nonfiction audiobooks for the first half of the year? The editors at Audible have the answer. Below is a list of some of their favorite picks. Whether you're a true crime fan, a history buff, or a personal development enthusiast, there's plenty of new subjects to immerse yourself in.

If you're in the mood for an inspirational memoir, try Tara Westover's Educated or Chrissy Metz' This is Me. For grit and mystery, try dissecting the the real-life case of The Golden State Killer. Want to laugh out loud? Try the latest collection of essays from David Sedaris and Samantha Irby.

Which nonfiction picks will you be listening to? Don't forget to add your favorites to your Want to Read shelf!

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Which of these top nonfiction picks will you be listening to? Let us know in the comments!

For more inspiration, check out the Goodreads' audiobooks page, brought to you by Audible.

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message 1: by Megan (new)

Megan Rupp Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew P. Walker and narrated by Steve West, was the best nonfiction audiobook I listened to last year.


message 2: by Marja (new)

Marja Megan wrote: "Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew P. Walker and narrated by Steve West, was the best nonfiction audiobook I listened to last year."

I finished it yesterday and it was amazing. I too highly recommend it.


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message 4: by Bruce (new)

Bruce Katz Jessica wrote: "A Higher Loyalty links to The Picture of Dorian Gray. Intentional?"

I was just wondering the same thing. I listened to Dorian Gray but not the Comey book.


message 5: by Family (new)

Family Law NICE


message 6: by Karen (new)

Karen Megan wrote: "Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew P. Walker and narrated by Steve West, was the best nonfiction audiobook I listened to last year."

Why we sleep sounds good. I hate to sleep so maybe it would help me out in appreciation.


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