28 of Hollywood's Biggest Hits on Audiobook

Posted by Marie on March 7, 2019


This post is sponsored by Audible.

Grab the popcorn and immerse yourself in some of the big screen's most celebrated adaptations on audiobook. For this roundup, we took a look at popular listens on both Goodreads and Audible that went on to become box-office hits.

From classics including 2001: A Space Odyssey to recent breakouts including Black Klansman, these are the titles that have delighted readers and moviegoers alike. Which ones will you be adding to your Want to Read shelf?


Inspired by a True Story

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Period Dramas

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Mystery & Thriller

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Romance

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Science Fiction

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Fantasy

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Horror

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Which adapted book would you recommend listening to? Share them with us in the comments!

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message 1: by Tim (new)

Tim I love the series, but The Dark Tower was not one of cinema’s most “celebrated adaptations.” Quite the opposite...


message 3: by Julieanne (new)

Julieanne Baker While the movie adaptation wasn't the greatest ( they changed some MAJOR things... still enjoyable though ^_^) Ready Player One I almost ALWAYS recommend !! Will Wheaton narrates it and it is just really wonderful <3


message 4: by Hazel (new)

Hazel Thomet I watched BlackkKlansman and Hidden Figures- they were both really good!


A S H L E Y ⚡️ Gone Girl book and film 👌


message 6: by One (new)

One Flew Tim wrote: "I love the series, but The Dark Tower was not one of cinema’s most “celebrated adaptations.” Quite the opposite..."

Agreed, I wished for a Dark Tower adaptation for years. Careful what you wish for I guess, the movie is ludicrously bad.


message 7: by Gift (new)

Gift Ego Hidden figures and gone girl movies were both lovely.


message 8: by Caroline (new)

Caroline Leblanc Girl on the train was an awesome movie....now I want to read the book


message 9: by Jay (new)

Jay Tim wrote: "I love the series, but The Dark Tower was not one of cinema’s most “celebrated adaptations.” Quite the opposite..."

The title says "Hollywood's biggest hits" [based on books], and the film made$113.2 million. So yeah, it fits the category.


message 10: by April (new)

April Julieanne wrote: "While the movie adaptation wasn't the greatest ( they changed some MAJOR things... still enjoyable though ^_^) Ready Player One I almost ALWAYS recommend !! Will Wheaton narrates it ..."

Ready Player One is a super-excellent 5-star audio book. The movie was a little too much Spielberg noise and effects but the sets were cool – very much as described in the book.


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