I just started reading/listening to audiobooks this year and I really enjoy it. I do it spurts it seems and still prefer to read them usually on my Kindle. In no particular order:
This was the by the niece of the current leader of Scientology and discusses her life in Scientology (her parents were Scientologists and her eventual escape. I think I enjoyed this more since I listened to it on audiotape than I would have if I read it. So much of Scientology is bizarre; one wonders how seemingly intelligent people can buy into it. It has piqued my interest and I look forward to reading Leah Remini's book, Troublemaker.
Jim Gaffigan, if you don't know is a comedian and by listening to this book. It was like listening to a very long comedy show by him. I would have enjoyed this if I read it, but listening to it just increased my enjoyment.
Another book that I enjoyed more on audio than I would have in physical form. I really enjoyed the short-lived TV show, although some of this book was a lot more raw than the TV show, which was on during early primetime.