IMHO Reviews Announces 7 Audible Audiobooks for April 2021

7 Audible Audiobooks for April 2021

IMHO Reviews today released its curated collection of Audible audiobooks for the month of April that will inspire, entertain, and enlighten listeners.

The selection of seven Audible titles ranges from self-help, fantasy fiction, historical biography, and more. The recommendations are based on their quality as well as how well they fit into the times people now live in as a society. The audio format makes it easy to listen to stories on the go and is a great way to consume more books.

"We are living in a fast-paced world where it's often easy to lose yourself - we are experiencing a new reality where many aspects of our lives seem upside-down - but we can’t stop in a time like this. We need to keep going. We need to change our internal dialogue,” Vitaliy Lano of IMHO Reviews said. “These audiobooks available now on Audible will allow listeners to close their eyes, clear their heads, and get motivated to pursue their goals.

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Here are the top 7 Audible audiobooks for April

1. Atomic Habits by James Clear

Atomic Habits offers practical strategies to develop a system that will help listeners form good habits and break their bad habits. In just a few hours, listeners will learn how to make time for new habits, get motivated to follow through, optimize their environment to make habits easier to form, and what to do if they get sidetracked. This audiobook os for anyone who wants to build a strategy to tackle their goals by developing regular and sustainable actions in a wold that’s full of distractions.

Length: 5 hours, 35 minutes

2. How to Train Your Mind by Chris Bailey

For anyone who’s ever been curious about meditation but didn’t know how to get started - or if meditation is even worth it - Chris Bailey has the answers. This audiobook explains the actual benefits of a regular meditation practice and how listeners can work it into their hectic schedules. The audiobook also features guided meditations that will get listeners on their way to experiencing the benefits of meditation first-hand. This is a great guide for anyone who wants to get into meditation without spending hours researching and feeling like they’re not doing it right.

Length: 3 hours, 18 minutes

3. The Gift by Dr. Edith Eva Eger

This 2021 Audie Award winner is a guide for listeners to heal from past challenges and traumas so they can finally feel free and empowered to achieve their dreams. Dr. Eger offers an incredibly inspiring how-to guide for listeners to pick themselves up and move forward despite their pain and fear. Eger escaped the Nazi death camps and spent decades healing and learning how to find freedom so she could enjoy her life. Her story examines how people not only get held back by forces they cannot necessarily control, but also by their own limiting beliefs.

Length: 5 hours, 20 minutes

4. The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcom X and Alex Haley

Malcolm X was one of the most outspoken human rights activists during the civil rights era. His biography was written in collaboration with journalist Alex Haley based on two years of in-depth interviews published after Malcolm X’s assassination in 1965. It’s regarded as one of the best biographies ever written and gives a fascinating look into the making of an iconic leader.

Length: 16 hours, 52 minutes

5. The City We Became by N. K. Jemisin

Escape into the compelling fantasy created by N. K. Jemisin that spans the city of New York and the myths that surround it. The story is told through the compelling lens that the city is itself a central character with its own soul. Travel the streets of Manhattan, explore Brooklyn and swing by the Bronx for a sweeping tale of life in contemporary New York City in a way that’s never been done before.

Length: 16 hours, 12 minutes

6. Caffeine: How Caffeine Created the Modern World by Michael Pollan

Learn all about the world’s most-used drug in this short audiobook that’ll have listeners gazing into their morning cups of coffee with wonder. Michael Pollan explains the origins of caffeine and how it’s become a constant theme in history since it was first discovered centuries ago. Pollan explains its role in the Industrial Revolution, wars, politics, and national economies.

Length: 2 hours, 2 minutes

7. A Very Punchable Face by Colin Jost

Colin Jost’s memoir is full of essays focusing on crazy stories that will leave listeners crying with laughter. The Saturday Night Live star narrates the audiobook himself and tells listeners how Jimmy Buffett once saved his life, how Czech teenagers threatened his life with potato salad, and all about his rise as a comedian and his time on SNL. For anyone who’s in need of a good laugh, download Jost’s book.

Length: 7 hours, 41 minutes

What is Audible

What is Audible? Review In Short

Audible is an audiobook and podcast service owned by Amazon. Users can purchase and stream audiobooks on their computers and mobile devices with an Audible subscription. For more information about Audible please visit IMHO Reviews.

A monthly Audible subscription starts at $14.95 per month. Subscribers receive monthly credits that allow them to download and listen to new audiobooks whenever they would like. Listeners can also choose to purchase titles without a monthly subscription.

It is an ideal service for people who love reading books but don’t have much time to sit down and read every day. Audible has thousands of titles to choose from, with new ones added every day.