10 Best Books On Spotify Update 05/2022

Best Books On Spotify

So many ways to enjoy your favorite books. Audiobooks are great for when you want to read (which is all the time, right?), but you also want to do something else, like drive or cook. It can be hard to find audiobooks, or you might need a subscription in order to get them. But don’t worry! Is Spotify on your list of things to do? You’re in luck!

If you want music, Spotify isn’t just a good place to go. Podcasts were the first to show up on the streaming service, and now audiobooks have too! We’re really excited about this new book, so we went on a deep dive to find the audiobooks.

The fastest way is to go to Spotify and look on the left. Home, then “Browse.” “Genres and Moods” should be the first of six choices on your screen, and you should see a list on your screen. All the way to the bottom. There will be a bubble that says “Word” with a little word bubble with quotations inside of it. Then click that. Playlists of poetry, short stories, and classic books will be shown on the screen in different groups based on who wrote them. You can also just start looking for book titles and author names right away!

There are a lot of young adult books on Spotify, so we’ve already done some searching for you. We’ve made a list of the ones we’ve found. We hope they add more young adult books soon!

YA Audiobooks on Spotify

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You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson, narrated by Alaska Jackson

You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson, narrated by Alaska Jackson

As a child, Liz Lighty thought she couldn’t be a star in her small town in the Midwest because she was black and poor and awkward. She can get out of Campbell, Indiana, for good. Liz will go to Pennington College, play in their world-renowned orchestra, and become a doctor.

Suddenly, the financial aid Liz was relying on doesn’t work out. Liz’s plans fall apart until she remembers that her school gives money to prom king and queen to help pay for their proms. In spite of her fear of being in the spotlight, Liz is willing to do whatever it takes to get to Pennington, even though she’s afraid of social media trolls and snarky competitors.

Mack, the new girl at school, is the only thing that makes it a little less bad. She’s smart, funny, and a little weird, too. But Mack is also in the running to be the next queen. Will falling for the competition keep Liz from her dreams, or will it make them come true for her and her family?

The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert, narrated by Robin Eller and Cary Hite

Sheridan was born for this day. This is her first time voting, and she wants to make a difference in the world, so why not?

He is so done with this election. So that he can start getting ready for his band’s first paid gig tonight, he doesn’t want to vote.

All that’s wrong? It’s not possible for Duke to vote.

Whenever Marva sees Duke walk away from their polling place, she makes sure his vote is counted. She hasn’t spent months knocking on doors and getting people to vote just to see someone not get their chance. Voting is the first thing that they do on their whirlwind day. They cut school, wait in long lines for hours, and get turned away again and again as they try to vote. They may have been strangers when they first met, but as Duke and Marva work together to fight a rigged system and find Marva’s missing cat, it’s clear that there’s more to their friendship than a shared goal for democracy.

The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Kahn, narrated by Richa Shukla

Rukhsana Ali, a 17-year-old Muslim girl, tries very hard to live up to her conservative parents’ expectations. But lately, she can’t seem to do it. A: She looks at them with disgust when they show a lot of love for her brother. She keeps all of her crop tops and make-up for parties her parents don’t know about. The good news is that there are only a few more months between her carefully monitored life in Seattle and her new life at Caltech, so she can enjoy both. So, when she kissed Ariana, all Rukhsana’s plans fell apart. Her parents caught her.

When Rukhsana’s parents find out that she’s pregnant, they send her to Bangladesh, where she’s forced to marry someone she doesn’t know and follow strict rules. Her grandmother kept a diary when she was younger, and Rukhsana reads it to get some much-needed perspective. She also realizes that she needs to be strong enough to fight for her love without breaking up with her family as a result.

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater, narrated by Will Patton

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater, narrated by Will Patton

In this audiobook, Stiefvater’s world comes to life in a new way. This is a great first audiobook for anyone who wants to learn more about death and Stiefvater’s beautiful writing.

Even before the dead arrive, it is cold in the churchyard because it is so cold.

People who are going to die walk by every year, and Blue Sargent stands next to her clairvoyant mother as they pass by. Blue doesn’t see them. Not until this year, when a boy comes out of the dark and speaks directly to her.

Gansey is his name, and Blue soon learns that he is a rich student at the private school in the area. Blue has a rule that he doesn’t hang out with boys from Aglionby. They are called the “Raven Boys.” They can only cause trouble.

But Blue is drawn to Gansey in a way that she can’t fully explain. When he comes from a rich family, he has good looks, but he wants more than that. He is on a journey that has taken him to three other Raven Boys: Adam, the scholarship student who doesn’t like the way things are; Ronan, the fiery soul who goes from anger to despair; and Noah, the taciturn watcher of the four, who notices a lot but says very little.

Since she can remember, Blue has been told that she will kill her true love. She didn’t think this was going to be a problem for her at all. Now, though, as her life gets sucked into the strange and sinister world of the Raven Boys, she isn’t so sure.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, narrated by Tatiana Maslany

This well-known story has been around for more than 10 years. As a fan of both films and books, you might enjoy hearing this new story of a girl on fire.

During the day, everyone is out to make sure you don’t live to see the next day.

In the ruins of what was once known as North America, there is now the country of Panem, which has a shining Capitol and twelve districts around it. If you live in a district that isn’t part of the Capitol, you have to send two people from that district to the annual Hunger Games. This is a live TV show where people fight to the death. It’s like a death sentence for Katniss Everdeen, a 16-year-old who lives alone with her mother and younger sister. She thinks it’s a punishment. Katniss, on the other hand, has been close to death before, and for her, surviving is just part of the job, not a big deal. She turns into a contender even though she didn’t mean to. But if she wants to win, she will have to start making decisions that put her own survival and the lives of other people ahead of her own.

The Memory of Light by Francisco X. Stork, narrated by Frankie Corzo

This story is about the pain, depression, and hope that comes from having friends who are like you. When you listen to it through an audiobook, it’s very moving and has so many extra layers.

Vicky Cruz, 16, wakes up in a hospital’s mental ward after she tried to kill herself. Now, she has to find a way to get better, and maybe save some other people in the process.

The first thing Vicky Cruz does when she wakes up in the mental health ward at Lakeview Hospital is to think about her suicide attempt. After that, she should not be alive. That’s not all. She meets Mona, the live wire; Gabriel, the saint; E.M., the angry one; and Dr. Desai, the quiet one. Stories and honesty and kindness and hard work push her to think about how she lived before Lakeview. They show her that she’s not alone, and that they accept her in a way she’s never felt before.

Her newfound peace, however, like the roses that grow around the hospital, is just like a piece of paper. This is why Vick tried to kill herself. When the group splits up because of a crisis, she must find the courage and strength she needs on her own. She could not have them. She has no idea.

Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller, narrated by Deryn Edwards

Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller, narrated by Deryn Edwards

An epic filled with action, adventure, and romance that has a main character who isn’t sure what gender he or she is? All right. It’s for people who love fantasy stories and fights to the death (which, have you met us?).

It’s good that Sallot Leon is a thief, because he’s very good at it. There is a lot of room for people to change their gender Sal wants to leave the drudgery of life as a highway robber and get closer to the upper class and the nobles who broke into their home.

During an audition for the Queen’s assassins, The Left Hand, Sal gets a flyer for the audition. Sal wants to get revenge and infiltrate the court, so he jumps at the chance to do so.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, the audition is filled with clever circus artists and dangerous pharmacists who will fight to the death. Having been a common criminal as a child didn’t make Sal any better for the trials. And as Sal wins the competition and falls in love with Elise, an interesting scribe at the court, they start to think about a new life and a different future, but one that Sal can only have if they both live.

Victoria: Portrait of a Queen by Catherine Reef, narrated by Penelope Rawlins

If you like the TV show Victoria, you need to listen to an audiobook that is based on the young queen’s life. You’ll feel like you’re having a conversation with the Queen when Rawlins tells this story.

Her uncle had died and she had become queen at the age of 18. After that, she went on to rule for sixty-three years. She had an impact on so many people that the decades of her reign are now called the “Victorian period.” Royal life can be full of intrigue, as well as scheming advice from advisors who want to kill the monarch. There is also a lot of passion and discord in Victoria.

Girl Out of Water by Laura Silverman, narrated by Laurence Bouvard

Our favorite kind of romance is a sweet one, and we love it at Epic Reads! When you read something, it’s better if you listen to it, too. Silverman’s story has a lot of heart. Anise moves from her home in Santa Cruz to Nebraska and finds love and family as she tries to figure out where she fits in the world.

With her friends, Anise Sawyer will surf, eat fish tacos with wasabi balsamic vinegar, and set fire to the night sky all summer long. She has to leave Santa Cruz for the first time in her life when her aunt, who is a single mother of three and lives alone, gets two broken legs in a car accident. She has to go to Nebraska with her dad for the whole summer. There are a lot of things that make living in Nebraska not easy. Anise spends her days taking care of her three younger cousins in the house where her runaway mother used to live. The wild figure has been in and out of Anise’s life since she was born, appearing for weeks at a time and then disappearing for months, or even years, without saying a word.

Lincoln, a one-armed, charismatic skater, adds to the problems. Anise is encouraged to give up her surfboard for a skateboard by Lincoln. She loses touch with her friends back home as she gets closer to Lincoln and takes on the full responsibility and joy of her cousins. This makes her wonder: will she become like her mother and leave behind the people she loves? This is what happened to Anise.

The Music of What Happens by Bill Konigsberg, narrated by Joel Froomkin, Anthony Rey Perez

When it comes to opposites, you know what they say.

This is the sweet love story you need to listen to on Spotify.

Max wants to chill. Sports. The games are fun. Gay isn’t a big deal to him, his mom, or his friends. It’s not even a big deal to him. An old friend of his made him feel like he couldn’t breathe. He doesn’t want to think about it, ever.

Jordan: That’s not cool. Poetry. His “wives” and the Chandler Mall are what he thinks of when he talks about them. It’s likely that Mr. Right won’t like him anyway, so she’s looking for Mr. Right. Also, a secret: A mother who is going crazy, and the fact that he’s the only one who can keep the family together.

Throw in a rusty, 1980s-style food truck called Coq Au Vin. Add prickly pears, cloud eggs, and a hazy idea of what is local and organic to the mix. During the summer, you should put all of the things you’re going to do in Mesa, Arizona, where the temperature is usually 114. I’ll finish it off with some chemistry between two people who are completely different.

One summer, two boys will face their biggest fears and decide what they’re willing to risk to get what they want most.

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