Narrated by Cris Dukehart, Damned Souls and a Sangria by Annette Marie is the eighth and final audiobook in the Guild Codex: Spellbound series featuring Tori and the gang. Addictive and satisfying, Marie delivered a strong ending while leaving the door open for future visits.
When you finished an audiobook that is almost twenty-five hours and you weep because you want more…that is magic. A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the second epic installment of the Blood and Ash series. It was unputdownable!
June is Audiobook Month, and Network Effect is the perfect audiobook to kick off the celebration. It’s the first full-length audio in the award-winning Murderbot series and one of my most anticipated audiobook for 2020. Gear up because Wells delivered a complex, fascinating and brilliant story that made me laugh even as it kept me on edge.
After devouring The Witcher on Netflix, I began the audiobooks and they are fantastic! These shorts are entertaining and offer us glimpses of the world and characters that make up the world of the Witcher trilogy.
Magic Triumphs by Ilona Andrews is the tenth and final audiobook in the Kate Daniels series. Folks, it was bloody brilliant and everything I dreamed and couldn’t possibly imagine as a befitting ending to this fantastic journey. Andrews wrapped this up with plenty of action, a few twists, humor and undeniable heart.
A beast of an audiobook, A Plague of Giants is the first of the epic Seven Kennings, fantasy series by Kevin Hearne. Narrated by Luke Daniels, I quickly became caught up in this magical tale.
Smoke and Iron by Rachel Caine is the fourth novel in the Great Library series. As addictive as its predecessors. I could not set this down. Jess and his motley crew face their greatest danger yet. Jam packed from begin to end with plots, deception, danger and nail biting suspense. Gads I love this series.