My audiobook for my trip to Madison this weekend will be Debris by Jo Anderton.
Also, a reminder. I am always looking for suggestions for audiobooks of stuff written by women, writers of color, and non-western writers. With some caveats/guidelines:
1. I tend to prefer speculative fiction broadly over classics and contemporary literary fiction. It doesn't rule the latter categories out, but they seem less interesting to me more often.
2. In audio format, I prefer less complex structures, plots, and sets of characters. There's something about listening to books that means I focus on the portion I am currently listening to. Lots of complexity means I get lost.
3. My current audiobook platform is Audible, and I can listen to Overdrive books that are available from the library. Audiobooks on CD are expensive and I have to rip them and copy them to my phone. For the moment, I'd prefer to stick with Audible and Overdrive for the convenience factor. Though if a highly recommended book is only available on another platform, I will consider it.