Category: Reviews

The Bat by Jo Nesbo – Audiobook Review

It feels like I have waited a very long time for this book to come out on audio! Ever since I saw the cover of The Snowman (Book 7 of this series) when it came out in 2011 I was ready to get to know Detective Harry Hole. (I am very easily swayed by a good book cover) Unfortunately this is one of those series where the first few books…..

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The 5th Wave Audiobook Review

My Rating: Author: Rick Yancey Narrator: Phoebe Strole and Brandon Espinoza Length: 8 hrs., 34 mins. Publisher: Penguin Audio     My Review: The 1st Wave: Lights Out The 2nd Wave: Surf’s Up The 3rd Wave:...

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The Husband List Audiobook Review

My Rating: Author: Janet Evanovich and Dorien Kelly Narrator: Lorelei King Length: 8 hrs., 34 mins. Publisher: Macmillan Audio   My Review: Although I’ve enjoyed the tag team of Janet Evanovich and Dorien Kelly in...

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Crash (Visions, Book 1) – Audiobook Review

I’m a sucker for a good series and Crash begins the Visions series by Lisa McMann with a bang, literally. Sixteen-year-old Jules Demarco has a busy life between school and working at her family’s restaurant. Her depressed hoarder father rules the roost with an iron fist and her mother doesn’t lack behind in her strictness.

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Yikes!: Another Quirky Audio Book Review

Yikes! Another Quirky Audio Book is the second book by Adele Park that is packed full of strange and hilarious characters. This audiobook is set in Navel, Utah and revolves around the lives of Blue and Moon McKenna. They may be twins, but they’re definitely different.

The great thing about Park’s audiobooks is the huge cast of characters. Each character is so different but they find a way to mingle together in her writing. Blue and Moon are twin sisters who lost their parents in a tragic accident. They’ve each moved on in their own ways, but I won’t go as far to say they’re the right ways.

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Cold Days by Jim Butcher – Audiobook Review

Cold Days is the 14th book in the Dresden Files series and I can’t get enough Harry Dresden. I count myself fortunate that I got into this series with book 1 as an audiobook. So the voice of Harry Dresden has always been the one portrayed by James Marsters until book 13 which was performed by John Glover because of scheduling conflicts.

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Devil Said Bang by Richard Kadrey – Audiobook Review

The Sandman Slim books have rapidly become one of my favorite urban fantasy series of all time. With each subsequent release in this series I find myself telling my friends over and over that “You HAVE to read this book!” Each book has been packed with memorable characters, dark humor and more action than you could shake a Na’at at.

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