December 2017 Audiobook Bestsellers [3] logo [4]The December 2017 Audiobook Bestseller List [5] is based on sales through more than 300 independent bookstore locations participating in the audiobook program [6] during the month of November.

Earlier this week, Whatcom Talk [7] ran an article about Village Books and Paper Dreams [8] in Bellingham, Washington, which recently partnered with for audiobook sales. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer audiobook memberships to our customers,” Village Books co-owner Paul Hanson told Whatcom Talk. “The experience is simple, enjoyable, but, most importantly, beneficial to our community. Our loyal customers can now choose to support Village Books each month instead of Amazon’s Audible.”

The December audiobook bestsellers are:


  1. Uncommon Type [9] by Tom Hanks (Penguin Random House Audio)
  2. Little Fires Everywhere [10] by Celeste Ng (Penguin Random House Audio)
  3. A Man Called Ove [11] by Fredrik Backman (Dreamscape Media)
  4. Sourdough [12] by Robin Sloan (Macmillan Audio)
  5. Turtles All the Way Down [13] by John Green (Penguin Random House Audio)
  6. The History of Bees [14] by Maja Lunde (Simon & Schuster Audio)
  7. The Dry [15] by Jane Harper (Macmillan Audio)
  8. Manhattan Beach [16] by Jennifer Egan (Simon & Schuster Audio)
  9. Before the Fall [17] by Noah Hawley (Hachette Audio)
  10. IQ [18] by Joe Ide


  1. American Wolf [19] by Nate Blakeslee (Penguin Random House Audio)
  2. Tribe [20] by Sebastian Junger (Hachette Audio)
  3. Holidays on Ice [21] by David Sedaris (Hachette Audio)
  4. Me Talk Pretty One Day [22] by David Sedaris (Hachette Audio)
  5. Leonardo da Vinci [23] by Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster Audio)
  6. Hamilton [24]by Jeremy McCarter and Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hachette Audio)
  7. Consider the Lobster [25] by David Foster Wallace (Hachette Audio)
  8. Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls [26] by David Sedaris (Hachette Audio)
  9. Shrill [27] by Lindy West (Hachette Audio)
  10. Homo Deus [28] by Yuval Noah Harari (HarperCollins) is fully integrated with IndieCommerce [29], and a co-branded storefront is fast, free, and easy to set up.

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