Audiobooks have become a HUGE part of my reading each year. In fact for 2018 I would say I am 68% Audiobooks out of 168 novels I’ve finished. My favorite genre for audio hands down is Urban Fantasy, followed my suspense thrillers, mysteries, horror and paranormal. I do dabble in romance and its subgenres and cozy mysteries are great fun on audio. I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite series since I began devouring audiobooks.
Caffeinated Reviewer celebrated its seven year blogoversary this week, and for some stupid reason I thought it would be fun to share seven books that gave me a book high. You know that feeling you get when you slip into a book and reemerge in a euphoric state. It’a a feeling we all chase. Grab an iced mocha frappe and add these to your must read list.
As Caffeinated celebrates seven years of blogging, we are excited to be joining Book Hounds in the Lazy Days of Summer Giveaway Hop. If this is your first visit to Caffeinated Reviewer take a moment to explore.
This month marks Caffeinated Reviewer’s Seven Year Blogoversary and I am delighted to share it with you! Each of you inspire me to share my thoughts on the books and audios I read. Nothing makes me happier than to hear someone loved a book, author, audio or narrator I reviewed here at Caffeinated.
Ruth Ware has become a must listen author here at Caffeinated. Imogen Church has narrated all her novels. Her accent and tone blend perfectly with Ware’s mystery thrillers. The Death of Mrs. Westaway was a twisted, gothic tale where the characters and subtle tones slowly reveal what we the reader had feared. An atmospheric and addictive whodunit!
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The Last Hours by Minette Walters takes near the port in Dorsetshire in June 1348 where it is believed the Black Death (plague) entered England. With her husband away, Lady Anne of Develish along with her serfs take drastic measures to ensure their safety. Isolation, discord and danger made for a clever tale.
Fresh and exciting with all the elements I love in a good urban fantasy series. Grab a cup of coffee and find out why Wild Hunger left me excited for more Heirs of Chicagoland.