#2
The metamorphosis by Franz Kafka:

http://librivox.org/the-metamorphosis-by-franz-kafka/

The same site offers audiobooks of all kinds, read by volunteers and it's completely free. They also have an android app!

http://librivox.org/
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#3
Not an audio book but a podcast. The History of Rome by Mike Duncan is a great listen.
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#5
Sword of Truth
Wheel of Time
Song of Ice and Fire
The Dark Tower

All that should be enough for a while.
#7
Freakonomics is pretty good as an audiobook.


Also, Philosophy bites do a number of short segments on various things that are quite good.
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