I’m liking the Stormlight Archives audiobooks, just finished Book 2:
…and the new one is out in 10 days. Nice and long (40 hrs each or so), so I get to stick to my plan to stretch out my 12 Audible credits per year. Like I said before, I drive alot…too much…I don’t even read fiction anymore, I just listen to audiobooks on the road.
The series (including the upcoming one) is narrated by two people (a man and a woman), so there is an issue of different voices/accents for the same characters sometimes. They’ve worked to minimize that by having one narrator voice chapters that are dominated by the same characters they usually narrate. But there is a lot of crossover. I got used to it.
A bigger issue is that the chapter diagrams and background lore stuff is mainly written and doesn’t work on audiobooks. Audible does provide pdf downloads for that. Between those and on-line summaries I read after listening, it works.
 I apparently disagree with Yak up above :)
Oh… and I forgot… I liked this one…another Neal Stephenson gig…
…and I’ll mention that I returned another Stephenson audiobook that I decided I hated half-way through…https://www.audible.com/pd/Mysteries-Thrillers/Cryptonomicon-Audiobook/B0036NK9D6/ref=a_search_c4_1_4_srTtl?qid=1509495977&sr=1-4
…and Audible gave me my credit back when I said the reason for the return was “I didn’t like it”.
I figure some of you here liked Cryptonomicon…that’s fine. I could not make sense of it, and found it boring.