While there’s nothing like getting lost in a fictional world, sometimes listening to a non-fiction audiobook is the best way to learn about a real-life topic and broaden your knowledge. From politics and medicine to celebrities and addiction, we have several new non-fiction releases that cater to a variety of interests!
Check out our excerpts below:
Russell Brand uses his humor and blunt personality to narrate the autobiography of his fourteen-year journey to recovery from addiction. His honest and heartfelt narration, despite the heavy subject matter, will keep you laughing along the way.
Turn off Grey’s Anatomy and listen to Admissions. Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh describes the difficulties of performing surgery while doing pro bono work in Ukraine and Nepal. You can hear Marsh’s passion for his profession as he talks about the nuances of being a neurosurgeon and the memories he had as a medical student.
This powerful memoir follows Jason Delgado, a US Marine scout sniper and MARSOC’s first lead sniper instructor. In Bounty Hunter 4/3, Delgado recounts his difficult childhood and his intense time in the Marine Corps. You’ll be unable to stop listening to how Delgado struggled to understand and accept the man his experiences transformed him into.
Since the first stirrings of Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy, one question has quietly but urgently permeated the observations of concerned citizens: what is wrong with him? Listen to two dozen psychiatrists, psychologists, and mental health experts examine Trump’s mental status and the consequences that may have on our nation.
What happens when you take on the establishment? In Adults in the Room, Greece’s former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis recounts his tumultuous experience dealing with political powerhouses in an attempt to fix Greece’s debt crisis. Leighton Pugh narrates this first-person account of how Europe’s political, financial, and media elite wield power.