Graham Greene's The End of the Affair read by Colin Firth.
Honestly, I would listen to Mr. Darcy read me the phonebook. So bring on the classic literature.
L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz read by Anne Hathaway.
Strangely this children's book seems right up her alley.
Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale read by Claire Danes.
Let's just hope she uses her Romeo + Juliet voice and not her Carrie Mathison voice.
Virginia Woolf's To The Lighthouse read by Nicole Kidman.
She already played Virginia Woolf in The Hours, may as well read her stuff.
Chester Himes' A Rage in Harlem read by Samuel L. Jackson.
I can't tell if Samuel L. Jackson reading to me would be soothing or terrifying.
Jerzy Kosinski's Being There read by Dustin Hoffman.
Hook, Hook, Hook. No?
Joan Didion's Slouching Towards Bethlehem read by Diane Keaton.
Diane Keaton's voice is nice and punchy, an interesting contrast to Joan Didion.
Carson McCullers' The Member of the Wedding read by Susan Sarandon.
Timeless novel read by a timeless actress.
Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway read by Annette Bening.
We trust your Oscar-nominated voice to do the job.
Caroline Knapp's Pack of Two read by Hilary Swank.
P.S. we love your voice. See what I did there?
And most importantly, Tina Fey's Bossypants read by... Tina Fey.
Welcome to the best 5 hours and 35 minutes of your life.