10 Incredible Historical Fiction Audiobooks 

These 10 Historical Fiction Audiobooks are chosen not only for their amazing stories and writing, but the narrator as well. Enjoy these books that will transport you to another time!

What are the Best Audiobooks?

1. The Nightingale

An unforgettable tale of two women, Vianne and her younger sister Isabelle, and their courageous story during World War II.

2. The Clockmaker's Daughter

One of the most fun mystery filled audiobooks! Told by multiple voices across time, The Clockmaker's Daughter is a story of murder, mystery and thievery, of art, love and loss.

3. All the Light We Cannot See

Another amazing book centered around World War II! We loved the story of these children and highly recommend it for tweens and teens.

4. Outlander

The first book in Diana Gabaldon’s series about a World War II nurse, Claire, who accidentally goes back in time 200 years and falls in love with a Scottish warrior. The narrator, Davina Porter, does each character’s voice so well!

5. The Pillars of the Earth

The Pillars of the Earth sweeps through four decades of 12th Century England drawing the listener into the raw, flamboyant middle ages. It is a shining saga of good and evil, treachery and intrigue, violence and beauty.

6. The Four Winds

A rich, sweeping novel that stunningly brings to life the Great Depression and the people who lived through it - the harsh realities that divided us as a nation.

7. The Book Thief

This book is such a touching story and must-read book even if you have already seen the movie.

8. Alas, Babylon

We loved this book just as much today as we did in high school. We highly recommend the audio version if you have never read this classic.

9. Only Time Will Tell

A story that starts in 1920 about a boy named Harry Clifton. This series is an epic tale of the Clifton family that spans for generations. After book one, we couldn’t stop listening!

10. The Invention of Wings

Inspired by the historical figure, Sarah Grimke, you'll learn about real events from the 1800’s and gain a deeper understanding of slavery and the women who fought to change and educate society during that time.