I seldom listen to audiobooks, but I dropped by the local library on my way out of town for a recent business trip and selected Cormac McCarthy's No Country for Old Men. I posted briefly on the book and McCarthy's work here a couple of years ago.
I must admit that the audio version was as mesmerizing as the print and the movie versions of the story. McCarthy is a master storyteller and the narrator did a fine job--sounding very much like the characters in the movie version. I finished the audiobook on the trip and it made my drive seem much shorter. I previously noted McCarthy's intense style, but this story is hauntingly gripping in a way none of his other works can match. But, it's not for the faint of heart.