Taking a trip with your friends and looking for something to listen to on the way? Check out these 15 best audiobooks for road trips with adults to get some fantastic ideas…
An interesting mystery story, the audiobook centers on Christopher, who is 15 years old, autistic, and has just noticed that the neighbor’s dog has been killed. Even though he has never left the comfort of the street he lives on or traveled very far, he becomes determined to find out what and who killed this precious animal. What he finds out along the way shakes up the way he’s viewed life so far, and it promises to change things for him from then on. The winner of the BAFTA award, this is one book you will never forget.
Everyone loves a good trivia game, and this book will make the time go by quicker when you’re traveling from Point A to Point B. Enjoy learning why some people eat tarantulas, why kings in medieval times always had weird nicknames, and translations that can be quite misleading. These games and quizzes promise to keep you interested for hours at a time, and they are both fun and educational. Interesting facts and questions that will have you stumped are just part of this incredible audiobook, and it promises to keep you chuckling for a long time.
If you love interesting and little-known trivia about science, human anatomy, space, or animals, you’ll love this book. It answers a lot of quirky questions you likely have about the planets, mosquitoes, and even Lego toys. Whether you’re in school now or haven’t seen the inside of a classroom for decades, the facts in this audiobook will keep you interested the entire time you’re listening to it, and it may even teach you something you didn’t know.
If you’re driving alone and feel like learning how to lead a more fulfilling life, this is the audiobook for you. Written by a best-selling author, public speaker, and success coach, it is a blunt how-to guide that can help you live the life you’ve always felt you deserve. It gives you practical suggestions for getting rid of whatever is holding you back so that you can have the confidence you need to move forward, and it can help people regardless of how successful they are now.
Spensa has wanted to be a pilot since she was a little girl, and she is determined to one day enter flight school. However, in a futuristic society that has been at war for decades, and with a father who was killed flying a plane because he abandoned his team, the chances of this dream becoming a reality are slim to none. Nevertheless, Spensa plods along through life with the hope of one day fulfilling her dream. After all, right now hope is all she has.
This audiobook is filled with clean fun that will interest everyone from children to older adults, in part because of its interesting “would you rather” games that will have you coming up with different answers each time you play them. With 250 of the games available, you’ll never get bored listening to this book, and the scenarios are so unique and interesting that you won’t want the book to end. Sit back and relax and be prepared for some of the most fun you’ll ever experience with this amazing audiobook.
If you love hearing the phrase, “what if?,” you’ll love this audiobook. The author uses a variety of scientific methods to come up with answers to questions such as, “if there was a robot apocalypse, how long would humanity last?” Many of them are questions you’ve likely already asked yourself, while others are strange and unique questions that many people have never thought about. Nevertheless, this is one audiobook that will keep you interested in the car, regardless of how long you’re planning to be on the road.
Master fantasizer Ray Bradbury gives us yet another incredible book about eight friends who gather around a haunted house on Halloween night and must ask for help when one of them goes missing. But only one sinister man that isn’t exactly popular with the kids can help them, making for an interesting story indeed. If you love scary stories, Halloween, or a good mystery, this audiobook is for you. It is both interesting and entertaining, and it should keep you mesmerized for a very long time.
Harley is an empath who grew up in foster care and had an absentee father who left her with nothing but a cryptic note that she can’t understand. When she meets a young warlock named Wade, she is introduced to a world of beasts and covens consisting of tons of secrets, and now the normal and magical worlds are colliding. In fact, Wade seems to have some of the answers regarding Harley’s past, but when she discovers that someone in the coven is out to get her, she wonders how she can survive the scenario before she finds out what Wade seems to know about her father.
Sadie is a control freak who goes to her aunt’s summer home with her kids after a messy divorce. She is using the time to learn to live her life without a man, but her aunt has other plans. Aunt Dody immediately introduces Sadie to her next-door neighbor, a tall and good-looking young man named Desmond that Sadie immediately finds attractive. He is even good with her kids, but what is she to do when all she wants is to be left alone so that she can avoid men altogether for a while?
When a woman meets a good-looking man and the relationship starts with a bang and is merely physical, she wonders how long she can keep up with this type of relationship. She didn’t mean to get into this type of scenario, but here she is, banging this guy every chance she gets. Both of them are content at first with what is happening until they discover one small flaw in their plans: she is his son’s teacher. Now what are they going to do?
Anna is a recluse and spends most of her days alone in her New York City apartment. When a couple and their teenage son move into the building across from her, she thinks nothing of it. After a while, she starts spying on them out of boredom, but when she sees something through their window that she shouldn’t, her life takes a sudden turn. Suddenly, she isn’t sure what’s real and what isn’t; what is truly happening and what is simple paranoia on her part. A gripping and thrilling audiobook that may make it difficult to drive because you’ll be anxious to hear what happens next.
When you study philosophy, you get familiar with all of the big names. Descartes. Hobbes. Locke. But if their concepts and ideas have always been complicated for you, not to worry. This book breaks them down into ways that are super simple to understand, regardless of your level of education. It also explores areas that are as relevant today as they were in the past, including feminism, existentialism, and rationalism. It cuts through the muck and helps you easily understand these and other amazing concepts.
Written and narrated by the great entertainer Carol Burnett, this audiobook is a great listen while you’re on the road, or even if you’re planning to stay at home. In this book, she talks about her 11 great years developing The Carol Burnett Show, and how it transformed America and made it fall in love with her. In a witty manner, she highlights the details that explain why the show was such a huge success and what it took to put it together week after week. You’ll not only be entertained, but you’ll also learn a lot of facts that you didn’t know before now.
At one point, Alice is a happily married 29-year-old woman expecting her first child. Then in an instant, she awakens as a divorced mother of three who is now 39 years old. But where did this missing decade go and how did she get to this point? Alice is left to figure it out on her own, including determining why her sister never talks to her and what happened to her marriage. The story will keep you guessing until the very end because it is filled with surprises along the way.