I did a self indulgent thing when I purchased Margaret Atwood's wonderful dystopian series Madd Addam on Audible to listen to on my commute. I have her books, tattered paperbacks, and I've read them, so I had a small tussle with my adult self about buying the same work twice. I was in a Christmas mood, however, and held my ground.
The books are seamlessly written and my pleasure was equal to my anticipation, an event that does not occur as often as I would prefer. What surprised and delighted me was hearing the God's Gardener Hymns sung aloud. Some of the lyrics are laugh out loud parodies, some chilling, some simply unexpected. I grew up in a hymn singing home and the contrast is not musical so much as mental. I sought and found the God's Gardener CD.
I gave the CD to my daughter, an intellectually well muscled 20 something distance runner and an omnivorous reader. She liked them too.
Having said all of this, I want to warn you that these hymns are not for just anyone. Their charm is their quirky unexpectedness. If you are incredibly literal, if you avoid reading novels or are unamused by a lively imagination, skip this. There is something for everyone on Amazon.