An Audiobook Challenge

J. Kaye is hosting an Audiobook Challenge, and since I love listening to audiobooks, and have listened to 23 audiobooks this year, I am signing up for this 2009 challenge, too!

My goal is to listen to 12 audiobooks in 2009, and I’ll update this post and list my books as I go.

1. A Wizard of Earthsea, by Ursula Le Guin (narrated by Rob Inglis)
2. The Audacity of Hope, by Barack Obama (narrated by himself)
3. Rumpole and the Penge Bungalow Mystery, by John Mortimer (narrated by Bill Wallis)
4. The Devil’s Arithmetic, by Jane Yolen (narrated by Barbara Rosenblat)
5. The Uncommon Reader, by Alan Bennett (narrated by himself)
6. The Lost Painting: The Quest for a Caravaggio Masterpiece, by Jonathan Harr
7. Zel, by Donna Jo Napoli (narrated by Alexandra O’Karma)
8. The Ice Queen, by Alice Hoffman (narrated by Nancy Travis)
9. Over Sea, Under Stone, by Susan Cooper (narrated by Alex Jennings)
10. The Dark is Rising, by Susan Cooper (narrated by Alex Jennings)
11. Greenwitch, by Susan Cooper (narrated by Alex Jennings)
12. The Grey King, by Susan Cooper (narrated by Richard Mitchley)

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One thought on “An Audiobook Challenge

  1. Rose City Reader

    Like you, I am a real fan of audiobooks.

    My favorite so far this year has been Infidel, read by the author, Ayaan Hirsi Ali. It is her memoirs of leaving Somalia and her Muslim religion, becoming a Dutch citizen and member of Parliment, and arguing for the rights of Muslim women. It really knocked my socks off.

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