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Which are the best kindle unlimited audiobooks? Are you prepared to listen to the top Kindle Unlimited audiobooks in 2022? Readers and listeners alike have flocked to these new Kindle Unlimited Read and Listen for Free books!

These novels were all just released, and most of them already have hundreds of excellent ratings, putting them among the finest Kindle Unlimited audiobooks. Even though these are best-selling novels, Amazon.com Kindle Unlimited customers can listen to the Audible books for free without using an Audible credit! You can borrow them just like any other Kindle Unlimited book. Your Audible collection will be updated with the audiobook.

You can get a free 30-day trial of Kindle Unlimited if you don’t already have one. All of the following audiobooks are available in a Kindle Unlimited US membership, just to clarify! You do not need to have an Audible subscription or provide any payment information to Audible. Try logging into the Audible app with your Amazon email and password, and your Kindle Unlimited audiobooks will be available to download and enjoy right away.

Best Kindle Unlimited Audiobooks

Contemporary Fiction

  1. The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms

A single mother who is overburdened and underappreciated, Amy Byler needs a break. So when her husband, who abandoned her, reappears and offers to look after their children for the summer, she takes his offer and flees rural Pennsylvania for New York City.

Amy, who is usually reserved and reserved, finally lets her hair down in a city that never rests. She uncovers a life full of culture, elegance, and a few blind dates, thanks to the encouragement of her friends. Amy risks losing herself entirely in the unpredicted escape when one man, in particular, makes quick work of Amy’s heart. As the summer draws to a close, Amy realizes too late that she must make an impossible choice: stay in this intriguing new chapter of her life, or come back to the life she left behind.

But before Amy can make her decision, a catastrophe brings the two worlds together, and she must face a future in which she could lose all aspects of herself and every desire she’s ever cultivated in the blink of an eye.

Best Kindle Unlimited Audiobooks
  1. The Storyteller’s Secret by Sejal Badani

Nothing could have prepared Jaya, a New York journalist, for the sorrow of her third miscarriage and the gradual disintegration of her marriage that followed. She resolves to travel to India to find answers to her family’s past to relieve her terrible grief.

Jaya becomes an avid study of the culture after being enthralled by the sights, smells, and noises she encounters. Ravi, her grandmother’s former servant and trusted confidant is the one who tells Jaya’s pioneering grandmother’s fortitude, difficulties, secret love, and terrible fall under the British occupation. Jaya finds the legacy entrusted to her and a strength she never knew was attainable through her courageous grandmother’s romantic and heart-wrenching story.

Historical Fiction

  1. The Murmur of Bees by Sofia Segovia, Translate by Simon Bruni

The lives of a little Mexican hamlet were forever transformed when old Nana Reja discovered a newborn abandoned under a bridge. Little Simonopio, disfigured and coated in bees, is the stuff of legend among some residents, a youngster kissed by the devil. But landlords Francisco and Beatriz Morales accept him, adopting him and caring for him like their own child. Simonopio becomes a source of fascination for the Morales family as he grows older.

When the uncannily gifted youngster shuts his eyes, he sees what no one else can—visions of all that is yet to come, both wonderful and dangerous. Simonopio’s mission in Linares will be revealed in time, accompanied by his protective swarm of bees and living to guard his adoptive family against both human and natural perils.

The Murmur of Bees, set against the backdrop of the Mexican Revolution and the catastrophic influenza epidemic of 1918, explores the fate of a country in flux and the fate of one family that has put their love, hope, and future in the unbelievable.

  1. Without a Country by Ayse Kulin, Translated by Kenneth Dakan

As Hitler’s horror spreads across Germany, Gerhard and Elsa Schliemann, like other German Jews, are forced to leave with their children in search of safety. However, life for medical professor Gerhard and his colleagues in other parts of Europe is limited. Then they arrive in Turkey, where universities and hospitals accept them as valued assets.

Personal and political problems linger despite their embrace of their adopted homeland. Military coups cause turmoil and uncertainty in the country, intermarriage threatens Gerhard and Elsa’s descendants’ cultural identity, and anti-Semitism challenges their future in the country they call home once more.

From World War II to the age of social media, three generations of one family navigate love and grief, sacrifice and salvation, tragedy and triumph—with hard-won knowledge and sincere enthusiasm.


  1. The Shotgun Lawyer by Victor Methos

Peter Game, a personal injury lawyer, has a reputation for being cynical, unconcerned with ethics, and eager to take any case, at any moment, in order to win. He fantasizes about a sweetheart hit that will make him famous and make him millions. Then there’s the flashpoint: a school shooting outside of Salt Lake City. One of the victims’ distraught mother was his customer.

What she wants is understandable, if not straightforward: she intends to sue the makers of the automatic weapon used in the massacre. The Game’s opponent, clever lawyer Brennen Garvin, is only one of his problems: the entire legal system is set against him, influenced by decades of pressure from strong gun lobbyists.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Game. He’s just not convinced that his trademark rules will benefit him. He’s not sure he wants them to, either. Game may lose everything—or reclaim his soul—as his desire for success gives way to a desire for justice.

Science Fiction

  1. Nexus by Ramez Naam

Nexus, an experimental nano-drug, may be able to bring humans together in the near future. Some people wish to make things better. Some people want it to be eradicated. Others want to take advantage of it.

When a young scientist is caught working on Nexus, he is thrown into a world of danger and international espionage, where far more is at stake than anyone realizes.

Nexus is a thrill ride through a future on the verge of explosion, from the halls of academe to the halls of power; from the command center of an elite agency in Washington DC to a secret facility beneath Shanghai; from the underground parties of San Francisco to the illegal biotech markets of Bangkok; from an international neuroscience conference to a remote monastery in the mountains of Thailand.


  1. The Drowned Girls by Loreth Anne White

He first appeared two years ago. After that, he vanished.

But Detective Angie Pallorino hasn’t forgotten about the vicious rapist who left a peculiar calling card in the flesh of his victims’ foreheads: crosses. Angie is struck by the uncanny similarities to her prior unsolved assaults when a comatose Jane Doe is discovered in a local cemetery, sexually raped, maimed, and nearly drowned. Is he coming back?

The body of a drowned young lady floats up in the Gorge, carrying the marks of the serial rapist, and the search for a predator has become a hunt for a killer. Angie is more than prepared to show that she has what it takes to destroy the all-male homicide section after being assigned to the joint investigative task force. However, her personal life clashes with her professional goals when she meets James Maddocks, her temporary partner—a man she met just the evening before in a passionate, anonymous meeting.

Angie and Maddocks vow to put that night behind them as a team. However, as their quest for the killer becomes more intense, their mutual desire is. Angie’s forays into a monster’s psyche also bring up some frightening secrets from her own history. How can she strive for the truth when her entire life has been a lie?


  1. Beautiful Bodies by Kimberley Rae Miller

Kimberly Rae Miller, like most individuals, does not have the ideal body, but that hasn’t stopped her from trying, and trying, and trying again. Since she was four years old, she’s been doing it when Sesame Street-inspired her first diet. After a brief period as a diet-pill model after college, she worked as a health-and-fitness writer and editor on celebrity blockbuster biographies, sugarcoating the hardships and tribulations they face to keep thin. Kim has spent her entire life in search of the perfect figure.

But what does the ideal body look like? Kim sets out to uncover the objective meaning of this seemingly unreachable level of perfection, knowing she’s not alone in her fight. Kim learns a lot about herself and her body while on an intriguing and pretty funny journey through time that takes her from obese Paleolithic cavewomen to the bland menus that Dr. Graham and Dr. Kellogg prescribed to promote good morals and good health to the binge-drinking-prone regimen that caused William the Conqueror’s body to explode at his own funeral.

Beautiful Bodies is a warm, hilarious, and brutally honest memoir and social history that will relate to anyone who has ever had a power struggle with their own body…in other words, just about everyone.

Kid Lit

  1. The Marble Queen by Stephanie J. Blake

Freedom Jane McKenzie has a habit of breaking the rules. She is uninterested in the things that girls are supposed to enjoy. Freedom enjoys fishing, getting herself into mischief, and playing marbles. She only wants to compete in the marble tournament at the Autumn Jubilee and prove to the neighborhood boys that she is the best player.

She’ll be the Marble Queen if she can’t be the Marble King. Freedom must first persuade her mother to let her in. But there’s a new baby on the way, Freedom’s father is binge-drinking, her younger brother is a handful, and her mother is even more difficult than expected. When it comes to love, friendship, and family, Freedom discovers that there are no rules.

The Marble Queen, a finalist for the 2013 Colorado Book Award, is a timeless narrative about growing up, set in 1959.

  1. The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien

Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit who lives a simple, uninterested life, rarely venturing beyond his pantry or cellar. However, his happiness is shattered when the wizard Gandalf and a band of dwarves appear in his doorway one day to whisk him away on an adventure. They’ve devised a scheme to plunder the treasure trove guarded by Smaug the Magnificent, a massive and terrifying dragon. Bilbo grudgingly accepts their adventure, unaware that he will encounter a magical ring as well as the terrifying Gollum on his way to the Lonely Mountain.

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