I'm a librarian who loves anime, manga, and reading a wide variety of genres.
I have a horrible audiobook backlog, so I've mostly been skipping out on the recent Audible sales, but I don't know that I'll be able to resist this latest one. At the moment, I'm considering Fuzzy Nation by John Scalzi, The Complete Sherlock Holmes (58 hours of Simon Vance's narration, whee!), and The Count of Monte Cristo (I keep meaning to read this, and I think audio is the only way I'd ever manage it - anyone have an opinion on Bill Homewood's narration?). There are a few others that look interesting to me, but I think I'd prefer to read them rather than listen to them.