Audible Charts: Secret Service sneaks into the top

Audible Charts: Secret Service sneaks into the top

Tom Bradby's Secret Service (Penguin Audio), narrated by Juliet Aubrey, has zipped into the Audible weekly number one spot for the week ending 26th April. It's rare for a fiction book to swipe the non-fiction-heavy chart's top spot, with Margaret Atwood's The Testaments (Chatto & Windus) the last fiction title to hit the monthly number one, back in September 2019.

Isaac Asimov's Foundation (HarperCollins) rocketed into second place, voiced by William Hope. The originally 1951-published title concerns a gigantic, crumbling empire, making it perhaps not the most comforting lockdown listening...

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