YES! Audible is great!
Husband signed up with them back then it was a small internet startup (10+ years, not sure). He's bought hundreds of titles over the years. I tried on and off when he particularly liked a book and he thought I really should make an effort to listen to it, but it didn't grab me like it grabbed him. I liked my paper books, I didn't concentrate on the audio that much and didn't think I got as much out of an audible book as I did out of a paper book. That is UNTIL I started walking for exercise. I walk 60-90 mn daily and it's a great time to listen to a good book! I look forward to it very much and it's one of the things that keeps me going.
And the readers are just great. I just finished the three Hunger Games books, read by Carolyn McCormick who used to be on Law & Order and does a great job. I also just finished The Known World, another stunning book, also a really good reader. The Reluctant Fundamentalist was also great, and so was the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, The Stand (long version) was great too. I probably listen to 3-4 books per month and I enjoy most of them. I'd rather listen to a good book than watch TV for instance.
Occasionally I don't like an audible book such as The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, but it's rare. I don't like the spy novels my husband usually favors, but he's got so many credits, I can stick to what I really like. Try it!