The wait is over! Now you can listen to audiobooks on Otto Radio!
Your podcast app is now a library at your fingertips, with more than 55,000 audiobook titles. Fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, rare books, classics – we have audiobooks for all tastes.
We find you the right podcasts according to your tastes and listening habits. And we are doing the same with audiobooks! You can start listening to audiobooks on your Otto Radio app right away.
Audiobooks are an excellent source of information and entertainment while you commute, exercise, cook, or simply relax. Don’t know where to start? Here are a few suggestions.
Recommended for bookworms
This is the novel Jane Austen would write if she lived in 21st century California. Karen Joy Fowler tells the story of six people who meet for their love of literature. In the course of six months, marriages are tested, affairs begin, unsuitable arrangements become suitable, and love happens. Jane Austen Book Club is a delightful comedy about modern relationships.
Recommended for life improvement
From the same author of the best-seller The 5 Love Languages, Anger: Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way offers helpful insights into why we get angry and what we can do about it. Gary Chapman explains the difference between ”bad” and “good” anger and teaches us how to use it in a positive way. Narrated by the own author, this audiobook is an essential tool to improve how we handle our emotions.
Recommended for crime book fans
Dead Center is a fast-paced thriller with a unique sense of humor. New Jersey attorney Andy Carpenter receives a call for help from the last person he would expect. His ex-girlfriend Laurie, now working for the police in a small town in Wisconsin, needs help with a double homicide. Still in love with her, Andy decides to help and must face the secrets of an ultra-religious community.
Recommended for the Young at Heart
Street Gang is the compelling and funny story behind Sesame Street, a show that generations of Americans learned to love. The result of a discussion between creators Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett about the poor quality of children’s television, the show became a hit through the hands of Jim Henson, who would later create the Muppets. From its inspiration in the civil rights movement through its many ups and downs, this is the story of a show that has influenced America for generations.
Recommended for animal lovers
When best-selling mystery writer David Rosenfelt decided to move from California to Maine, he couldn’t just leave behind his family’s best friends. Dogtripping is the fun and heart-warming account of how the Rosenfelts crossed the United States with 25 dogs. If you like dogs, you must listen to this book.