10 audio book ideas
Riding public transit gives you some time to yourself. So why not take advantage to devour a good book or essay you’ve been wanting to read for ages? If you’ve never experienced an audio book, exo has some great suggestions for every taste!
Une femme extraordinaire by Catherine Ethier
Enjoy this excellent tragi-comedy read by its author in French.
Salem's Lot by Stephen King
Published in 1975, the undisputed master of horror and suspense wrote his second book just after the enormously successful Carrie.
Haute démolition by Jean-Philippe Baril-Guérard
Check out this enhanced audio adaptation of a literary work by one of Québec’s most prolific young authors, featuring the voices of multiple actors and personalities, including Patrice Godin and Jean-Philippe Wauthier. Read by Kim Despatis and Eric Bernier.
Mon année martienne by Farah Alibay
Explore space travel with the woman who made Mars her field of expertise.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
If you’ve always wanted to read this bestselling phenomenon, here’s your chance!
Ce que je n’ai jamais raconté by Isabelle Richer
Enter the world of the Montréal Courthouse and discover the stories behind some of Québec’s most striking trials with legal affairs reporter Isabelle Richer.
Stresse pas minou, a collective led by Joanie Pietracupa
As the year is well underway, take advantage to reassess your stress level alongside Stéphanie Boulay, Gabrielle Lisa Collard and several others.
Le poids de la neige by Christian-Guay Poliquin
This dark and mesmerizing novel has received numerous accolades, including the prestigious Governor General’s Award. It’s a must!
Spare by Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex
Discover the memoir that all the news outlets are talking about, read by the Prince himself.
Like to discover new places?
While listening to an audio book is an excellent way to spend your journey on public transit, some other activities aren’t as welcome. Learn more in this short, humorous text (in French)..