Audiobooks I've Enjoyed in the Past Month!

Had another great month of audiobooks! Can we get on List App? Their emails are the only ones I read anymore.
  1. Finding Ultra - Rich Roll
    If you haven't figured it out already, I love books that may motivate exercise. @richroll, ultra marathon celebrity, wrote a book about how he was an amazing young swimmer, then solid alcoholic, then vegan ultramarathoner. Really inspirational, really relatable (though his level of drive is enviable/inhuman). Made me want to get out on the trails and change my life/eat spirulina.
  2. Abundance - Steven Kotler & Peter H. Diamandis
    I ❤️❤️❤️❤️ this non-fiction book. Gave me hope about the future. Embrace Moore's Law! Support desalinization! The future might be okay!
  3. Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore - Robin Sloan
    Read a lot of positive reviews on List App, so picked it up. So cute. There's a mystery in an old bookstore, and you get to join protagonist Clay Jannon as he works through various puzzles and bows at the gates of the Google campus on his quest to solve it. Definitely would recommend you enjoy it in the audiobook version, because the book itself references another audiobook, and they play the older audiobook for reference rather than just quoting it.
  4. Breakfast of Champions - Kurt Vonnegut
    Weird, but I'm not sure in a bad way. was super polarized re: John Malkovich's performance, but I thought he was perfect. No one could say "doodly-squat" better.