Good Audiobooks

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Whizbang Dustyboots

Gnometown Hero
If you don't literally mean D&D audibooks, but merely good fantasy audiobooks, in no particular order:

1) All three volumes of the "Magicians" novels by Lev Grossman
2) Any Neil Gaiman audiobooks that he reads himself, especially "The Truth in a Cave in the Black Mountains," which is included in "Trigger Warning"
3) "Throne of the Crescent Moon" by Saladin Ahmed

DM Howard

We'll be listening to the first Game of Thrones book. We have both read it, but it's more for background noise. The BBC Radio adaption of the Lord of the Rings is really good if you have never heard it. Don't have a particular opinion on any inherently D&D ones though.

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