Books – my top of the audio pops

Following on from my post about the books I have recently read, here is a list of the books I have listened to and enjoyed the most.

I give a rating out of five to each audiobook that I listen to, and this list is those that get the top mark.

Alan Sillitoe Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
Anonymous A Woman in Berlin
Antony Beevor Berlin The Downfall 1945
Ben Elton Gridlock
Bill Naughton Alfie
Bob Geldof Geldof in Africa
Channel Four Rising Damp Book Three
Christopher Lee This Sceptred Isle 1702 – 1760 The First British Empire
Christopher Lee This Sceptred Isle 55BC – 1087 Julius Caesar To William The Conqueror
David Starkey Elizabeth
Douglas Adams & Mark Carwardine Last Chance to See
George Orwell Animal Farm
George Orwell Down and Out in Paris and London
Guy de la Bedoyere The Romans In Britain
Helen Forrester Twopence to Cross the Mersey
Helene Hanff 84 Charing Cross Road
Jeremy Paxman The English – A Portrait Of A People
John Lanchester The debt to pleasure
Ken Kesey One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
Leanda De Lisle The Sisters Who would be Queen : The tragedy of Mary, Katherine & Lady Jane Grey
Martin Amis Time’s Arrow
Nicholas Monsarrat The Cruel Sea
Nick Hornby High Fidelity
Robert Goddard In Pale Battalions
Ruth Rendell A Demon In My View
Simon Schama A History of Britain Volume 1
Stan Barstow A Kind Of Loving
The Beatles The Beatles Tapes from the David Wigg interviews
Victor Hugo The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Walter Lord A Night to Remember
William Golding Lord of the Flies