10 Most Wanted Libro.fm Audiobooks for Fall 2022

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That time has come again! The thermometer might not know it yet, but fall is coming, and that’s when some of the year’s biggest books hit our bookshelves, which means we’ll also be getting some of the best audiobooks. Libro.fm is a great way to purchase the most anticipated audio releases.

As stated on their website, Libro.fm “encourages more people to read while supporting local independent libraries.” They share their profits with their independent bookstore partners. So instead of supporting big companies with your audiobook purchases, you can support your local bookstore.

Libro.fm offers a monthly subscription, which gives you credit for one audiobook per month and discounts on other titles. You can also give a subscription or specific audiobooks to others, making it the perfect gift for all occasions. Additionally, their updated app now includes the ability to purchase a book with your score, a wide range of listening speeds, the ability to categorize your library, and a dark mode.

This fall, we’re getting new novels from Celeste Ng and Maggie O’Farrell, two of my favorite authors. In addition, disability rights activist Alice Wong is publishing her new memoir! Whether you’re listening to audiobooks on your daily commute, at the school pickup line, or on your fall hikes, you’re sure to find something on this list for you.

Publication dates subject to change.

Year of the Tiger: An Activist’s Life by Alice Wong | Narrated by Nancy Wu

Alice Wong, anthology editor vision disabilityCome out with notes! in year of the tigerWong shares moments from her life as a disability rights activist. She uses articles, photos, text and other content to give you a more complete picture of her life. All-star narrator Nancy Wu tells the book, so we know the performance will be excellent.

from 6 September

Marriage cover drawing

Marriage photo by Maggie O’Farrell | TBA narrator

In 1550 in Florence, Lucrezia prepares for the wedding of her older sister to the Grand Duke. But when her sister dies before the wedding, she finds herself about to take her sister’s place as a bride. Now her whole life has been turned upside down, and her only job is to provide an heir for her husband.

from 6 September

Drawing for the cover of the ninth Nona

Ninth Nuna by Tamsin Muir | Narrated by Moira Quirk

Tamsin Muir returns with the third novel in the Closed Tombs series. ninth nonna. Like all of Muir’s novels, ninth nonna In his heart is a mystery: who exactly is the ninth nonna?! I avoided reading too much of the description because spoilers abound with this amazing series full of space necromancers trying to keep the universe from collapsing around them. Moira Quirk has done an excellent job narrating the series so far, and I can’t wait to hear her performance of this novel.

out september 13

Riot in the Root . cover infographic

Rust in the Root by Justin Ireland | Narrated by Jordan Cup

Based in the alternative US, rust at the root The movie is set in the year 1937 after a pest known as the Great Rust changed the country forever. Laura, a young witch, wants to find answers. But first, you have to get out of Pennsylvania. Eventually, she gets an apprenticeship with an older wizard who also seems determined to find the origins of the Great Rust, and that’s when she begins her real quest.

outside september 20

Sketch for a drunken cover on love

Drunk in Love by Jasmine Gilroy | Narrated by Heidi Franklin and Ryan Vincent Anderson

Margot and her brother own a winery. Her busy life leaves little time for romance. When you meet Luke, who is a complete stranger, you feel like this is the perfect time for a one night stand. But when her brother introduced her to the new employee – of course, it’s Luke. How on earth is she supposed to separate her romantic life from her work life now?

outside september 20

Drawing for the cover of Less Is Lost

Less Lost by Andrew Sean Greer | Narrated by Robert Petkoff

In this sequel to the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, less, we rejoin the protagonist, Arthur Lees, who now appears to be having his life in order. He has a wonderful and rather successful partner. But after a series of ill-timed events, Arthur finds himself refusing to face his problems. He travels across America, stopping by for some literary events and meeting a group of strange biblical characters. Of course, one of these days Arthur’s problems will catch up with him, and he has to decide how to move forward with his life once and for all.

outside september 20

A drawing of the cover of our lost hearts

Our Lost Hearts by Celeste Ng | TBA narrator

Bird Gardner is nine years old when his Asian American mother leaves him and his father. Bird avoids her poems, her life’s work, and doesn’t want to remember the woman who left him. But when he receives a mysterious message, he finds himself drawn into his mother’s world and the memories he struggled to forget.

outside october 4

A Scatter of Light . cover graph

Life Distraction by Malinda Law | TBA narrator

Arya Tang West planned to spend the whole summer after high school with her friends at the beach. Instead, pursued by her irresponsible decisions, her mother sends her to see her grandmother in California. There she meets Steve, her grandmother’s gardener, and they strike up an unlikely friendship that Aria wasn’t quite ready for.

outside october 4

Sketch of the cover of the night ship

The Night Ship by Jess Kidd | Narrated by Fleur de Wit and Adam Fitzgerald

In 1629, a young girl named Mayken joins the crew of a ship looking for adventure and possibly a mythical beast. In 1989, a boy named Jill moves to a fishing community in Western Australia where he learns of a mysterious shipwreck that happened hundreds of years ago. Jess Kidd is known for her genre-bending fantasy stories, so listeners are sure to be delighted with her supernatural-filled story.

outside october 4

Cover drawing for the Atlas Paradox

The Atlas Paradox by Olivier Blake | Narrated by the entire actors

Atlas Six She jumped into the dark academic book scene to much applause, capturing her audience with the story of six witches chosen for a chance to enter one of the world’s most prestigious societies. But now there are only five witches left, and they have to decide how to deal with their previous choices and whether or not they want to enter into a society that has caused them so much grief.

outside october 25


For more Libro.fm audiobooks, check out “10 Most Wanted Libro.fm Audiobooks for Summer 2022” and “10 Most Wanted Libro.fm Audiobooks for Spring 2022.”

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