S: December’s Biggest Books

The holidays are inching closer and closer and between all the gatherings, the food and the shopping, you’ll want an enjoyable audiobook (or five) to help you escape from the hubbub of the season. Cozy up with these December releases and end the year on a perfect note.

Relentless Spirit — Missy Franklin

The six-time Olympic medalist shares a deeply personal autobiography, discussing the unconventional way she was brought up. A three-person narrative with Franklin’s parents provides a rare glimpse into the life of an Olympic athlete and what it took to raise a child under the Olympic spotlight.

Born To Run — Bruce Springsteen (Available today!)

Finally, Bruce Springsteen has penned a memoir. FINALLY! The music icon also narrates the book, which was seven years in the making, so we can only assume that this autobiography will be nothing short of fantastic. We cannot wait to dive into Born To Run and learn everything we can about the legendary Boss.

Don’t forget, Born To Run also has a companion album that you can listen to here.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story — Alexander Freed

One of the most anticipated movies of the year is finally within our reach and we absolutely cannot wait! The prequel to the Star Wars universe features a group of unlikely heroes who band together and set out on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire’s ultimate weapon of destruction.

The Keys — DJ Khaled

The King of Snapchat shares his best life advice and more in a book that’s sure to be a top gift this holiday season. Teaching you what They don’t want you to know, the mogul is here to set you on the path to success. #KEYS

The Seventh Plague — James Rollins

The Sigma Force series is now in its twelfth instalment, which promises an action-packed tale revolving around the biblical plagues of Egypt. Threatening to resurface, the director of Sigma Force, Painter Crowe, must solve a mysterious death in order to stop a deadly plague that may wipe out humanity.