From funny women to Yo-Yo Ma, self-reflection to civil rights, there’s something in the queue for everyone.
By Sebastian Modak
It was only recently that I discovered the joy to be found in an audiobook-fueled road trip. For the longest time, books seemed too evocative for car rides, too absorbing to serve as mere accompaniment to a scenic journey. But then, around two years ago, I found myself in Chile, exhausted by a string of flight delays and facing a long drive through the night. Trusting an algorithm to find something to keep me awake, I downloaded “The Lost City of Z,” David Grann’s gripping tale of the obsessive, swashbuckling Victorian explorer Percy Fawcett.
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