Looking For Award-Winning Audiobooks? Our New, Sortable Lists Have You Covered!

The Graveyard Book | [Neil Gaiman]If you have an Audible membership, unless you’ve had your eye on a specific title, it can be difficult to know how to spend your monthly credits. Audible’s Award Winner categories can help to point you in the direction of some quality audio, and now we’ve added these lists to our Audible Audiobooks menu!

Just mouse over the Audible Audiobooks menu item above, then mouse down to the Award Winners category (it’s first on the drop-down list) to easily access sortable lists of award-winning audiobooks from Audible.

The lists include the Audies, the Booker Prize, the Edgars, the Grammys, Hugos, ITW Thriller Award, the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Nebulas, the Newbery Medal Award, Publisher’s Weekly’s Listen Up Awards, the Pulitzer Prize and the Rita Award.

Shown above is Neil Gaiman‘s The Graveyard Book, which has won the Newbery Medal, the Hugo and an Audie. This audiobook is narrated by the author and it’s also highly recommended by listeners, who’ve given it an average rating of 4.4/5 stars across 3,991 ratings to date.

Fans of sci-fi and fantasy will want to check the Nebula and Hugo lists. If you’re more into thrillers and horror, check the ITW Thriller Awards and Edgars lists. Romance lovers will want to scan the list of Rita winners. The Audies, Publisher’s Weekly Listen Up Awards, National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Awards aren’t genre-specific, but the Grammys tend to favor nonfiction and autobiographies. The Pulitzer Prize most often goes to nonfiction and literary fiction titles. The Booker Award is given to novels written by citizens of Ireland. And finally, if you’re looking for quality children’s and young adult options, the Newbery Medal winners list won’t steer you wrong.

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