Audible Charts: My Sh*t Therapist leaps to top spot

Audible Charts: My Sh*t Therapist leaps to top spot

Michelle Thomas' My Sh*t Therapist (Lagom) has risen to the top of the weekly Audible top 10 for the week ending 19th April, defeating the previous week's number one, Michelle Obama's Becoming (Penguin). Thomas' journey through therapy after suffering a major depressive episode, narrated by the author herself (pictured), was a Kindle Daily Deal last week and seems to have struck a chord with locked-in listeners.

Lemn Sissay's My Name is Why (Canongate) also charted in the weekly Audible chart, hitting fourth place, one of six audiobooks on the list that features the author's own narration....

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