Brian’s Book Blog Best Audiobooks of 2018

I set up myself to hopefully try and read 150 new books in 2018. This year I met and exceeded my goal.  Every year this list is harder and harder to figure out since I’m reading more and more.

Please, comment below and let me know what you think and also what your favorite(s) of 2018 were?

Curious about the last two years?

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Without further ado here are my Best of 2018 Audiobooks

2018 Best Horror Audiobooks

The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen

 

Cockblock by C.V. Hunt
Broken Shells by Michael Patrick Hicks
Awakened by James S. Murray with Darren Wearmouth

2018 Best Adventure Audiobooks

Deep Shadow by Nick Sullivan

 Black Rain by Graham Brown

Loch (Dane Maddock #9) by David Wood
Black Rain by Graham Brown

2018 Best Post-Apocalyptic Audiobooks

 
 
Hell Divers IV: Wolves by Nicholas Sansbury Smith
Commune Book 2 by Joshua Gayou

 

Coming to You Live by Mira Grant
The Storm Before the Storm by Joe Russell

2018 Best Technothriller Audiobooks

 

Bandwidth (Analog Novel #1) by Eliot Peper
Borderless (Analog Novel #2) by Eliot Peper

Kill Process (Kill Chain #1) by William Hertling

2018 Best Science Fiction Audiobooks

Obscura by Joe Hart

 

Before Mars by Emma Newman
One Way by S.J. Morden

2018 Best Thriller Audiobooks

Looking Glass by Andrew Mayne

 

Halcyon by Rio Youers
The Genius Plague by David Walton

2018 Best Fantasy Audiobooks

Smoke Eaters by Sean Grigsby
I Was a Teenage Weredeer (Bright Falls Mysteries #1) by C.T. Phipps & Michael Suttkus
An American Weredeer in Michigan (Bright Falls Mysteries #2) by C.T. Phipps & Michael Suttkus

2018 Best Mystery Audiobooks

The Murder of Paolo Mancuso by Owen Parr
Fletch by Gregory McDonald 
Fletch by Gregory McDonald
Broken Ice by Matt Goldman

2018 Best Memoir Audiobooks

Your Dad Stole My Rake by Tom Papa

 

How To American by Jimmy O. Yang
Make Something Good Today by Erin & Ben Napier

Brian

I’ve loved reading since I was little when my dad would read me Dr. Suess books. Fast-forward a little and I noticed that he was always reading on his lunch breaks at work, and I wondered why.Then, I found a book that took me to another place and time, to another feeling,another sense of “being”.It was the first book that I ever fell in love with, and I’ve been chasing that feeling ever since.
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