Audiobooks Are Now Available!

Article by Jeremy

Dive into one of our favorite bestselling audiobooks and listen anytime, anywhere.

We have partnered with to bring you the best digital audiobooks for adults and children alike. You'll find bestsellers and great books hand picked by Brazos Bookstore and other independent bookstores. You can easily listen on any device (phone, tablet, PC) as all our books are DRM-free.

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How to Get Started (don't worry, it's easy!)

  1. Visit and purchase your digital audiobook. Use promo code "BRAZOS20" for 20% off.
  2. You'll receive a confirmation email with instructions to download the free app for easy listening on your mobile device.
  3. Start listening. Sign into the app and download your book(s) to your device.

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The Indie Next List
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The New York Times Best Sellers
NYT bestsellers in fiction, nonfiction, and selections from advice, how-to, and miscellaneous.


Some of Our Favorite Listens

Faces in the Crowd
By Valeria Luiselli

Valeria Luiselli's extraordinary debut signals the arrival of a major talent. The novel's fragmented, poetic narrative engages and slowly reveals its secrets. Is this a story about a woman discovering a forgotten Latin-American poet of the Harlem Renaissance? Is the woman imagined by the poet? Are they both ghosts in search of some way back to the real? Written in Spanish and exquisitely translated by Christina MacSweeney, FACES IN THE CROWD is a fresh and essential voice for the new Latin-American canon.
-- Jeremy


The Underground Railroad
By Colson Whitehead

A tremendously imaginative historical novel from one of America's best young authors. THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD is an escaped slave narrative that doubles as a true American epic, the continuing origin story of Africans in America. The major conceit, though, that sets this work apart--a surprisingly obvious twist that allows this novel to transcend and become something else entirely--is that the titular network of slave emancipation, is a literal railroad. Sounds simple, but it is in fact a profound literary device. And, interestingly, as a literal railroad, Whitehead is able to use the UGRR as a much more powerful metaphor for the black American odyssey. The story centers around Cora, a resourceful and determined runaway slave and all the people, both righteous and wicked, whom she encounters on her misadventures toward the North. Despite the fantastical UGRR, the rest of Whitehead's portrayal of Southern slavery is unvarnished, graphically violent that works as a critique of contemporary race relations as well as an indictment of the duplicitous "American imperative" that has allowed for slavery, brutality and genocide in the name of freedom, progress and purity throughout our country's history. This is a perfectly paced, cut-gem of a novel. Nothing is out of place. There are echoes of everything from GULLIVER'S TRAVELS, to INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A SLAVE GIRL, to THE LOTTERY, and more that only serve to heighten the near-mythic quality of this work of fiction. It's astounding how good this book is. I can't say enough about it. So far, the best novel of 2016 that I've read.
-- Keaton


Listening Just Got a Lot More Fun

Listen to your audiobooks anytime, anywhere. With the free app, enjoy great books during your commute, workout, chores, and more!


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