The Audio Publishers Association  (APA) has announced the finalists for the best audiobooks of 2013. There are a staggering twenty-nine categories this year, and so many amazing titles that have been selected as nominees. From the best in fantasy to mystery to short stories, there’s something for everyone!
I’ve included a smattering of the nominees below, but you can find the entire list on their website . Did your favorites from 2013 make the cut? Who do you think should take home the top title of Audiobook of the Year?
    
I Am Malala  by Malala Yousafzai , Narrated by Archie Panjabi  (Finalist in Biography/Memoir)
The Republic of Thieves  by Scott Lynch , Narrated by Michael Page  (Finalist in Fantasy)
The Ocean at the End of the Lane  by Neil Gaiman , Narrated by Neil Gaiman  (Finalist in Fiction,
Narration by the Author)
One Summer  by Bill Bryson , Narrated by Bill Bryson  (Finalist in History)
Still Foolin’ ‘Em  by Billy Crystal,  Narrated by Billy Crystal  (Finalist in Humor)
My Beloved World  by Sonia Sotomayor , Narrated by Rita Moreno  (Finalist in Solo Narration – Female, Biography/Memoir)
Ender’s Game Alive  by Orson Scott Card;  Narrated by a full cast (Finalist in Multi-Voiced Performance/Original Work)
Ever After  by Kim Harrison,  Narrated by Marguerite Gaven  (Finalist in Paranormal)
Doctor Sleep  by Stephen King , Narrated by Will Patton  (Finalist in Solo Narration – Male, Fiction)
Eleanor & Park  by Rainbow Rowell , Narrated by Rebecca Lowman  and Sunil Malhotra  (Finalist in Teen)