The 5 best audiobooks to get you through a long road trip

If you’re about to embark on a long car trip this holiday season, make sure to come prepared. Fire up these audiobooks and your journey will be over before anyone can ask, “Are we there yet?”

“Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind For Peace and Purpose Every Day”
Jay Shetty

Simon & Schuster

We could all use a bit of zen thought these days, especially when sitting in traffic. Social-media star and host of the popular podcast “On Purpose,” Jay Shetty offers up tips on overcoming negativity, how to learn from everyone you meet, and other solid lessons.

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“One By One”
Ruth Ware

Simon & Schuster

Eight co-workers are snowed in at a luxurious ski chalet in the French Alps. But one of the members hasn’t returned from a ski run, and as more time passes, it seems like everyone has a grudge they’re nursing. Ruth Ware is master of the delicious suspense novel, and “One By One” will make the time pass quickly.

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“You Should Have Known”
Jean Hanff Korelitz

Hachette Audio

Grace Reinhart Sachs is a successful therapist with a doctor husband and a son who goes to a posh private school. When a murder occurs in her community, her well-ordered life is thrown into chaos. If you’ve been eagerly awaiting each new episode of “The Undoing,” check out the novel that inspired the limited HBO series starring Nicole Kidman.

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“The Meaning of Mariah Carey”
Mariah Carey

Andy Cohen Books

If you missed it when it came out earlier this fall, now’s your chance to catch up on the memoir of the season. You’ll arrive at your Thanksgiving destination armed with Mariah Carey trivia that you can toss out whenever there’s a lull in conversation.

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“The Diana Chronicles”
Tina Brown

Random House Audio

Binge watching “The Crown” on Netflix? Us, too. This Tina Brown title about the beloved princess is a delight — and the perfect supplement to the Diana drama you’re seeing on-screen.

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