As many of you know a book with a library speaks to me. When presented with a chance to review The Midnight Library by Matt Haig, narrated by Carey Mulligan, I grabbed my earbuds and dove in.
From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout delivered a riveting fantasy filled with romance, supernatural elements, and danger. Armentrout pulled me in and held me captive.
The Tower of Swallows written by Andrzej Sapkowski and narrated by Peter Kenny is the fourth audio in the Witcher series. Gather round the fire for another addictive installment.
Dark, captivating and atmospheric, The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson is perfect for historical and dark-fantasy lovers. With its handmaidens vibe, I quickly found myself transported to the town of Bethel and the forbidden Darkwood.
Dragon Unleashed, by author Grace Draven, is the second installment in the Fallen Empire series. While I didn’t love this audiobook as much as Phoenix Unbound I still delighted in the telling.
The Glamourist by Luanne G. Smith is the second audiobook in the Vine Witch series. Elena Boureanu comes to the aid of Yvette Lenoir in this addictive and suspenseful tale. Grab a cup of tea and let Smith transport you to Paris…
The Monster’s Death is the final audiobook in the Ren/Dream Traveler series, written by Sarah Noffke and narrated by Tim Campbell. A brilliant ending for our anti-hero. I held my breath and wept as Ren’s story ended.
Veiled is the sixth audiobook in the Alex Verus urban fantasy series narrated by Gildart Jackson. In this non-stop, nail-biting installment, Alex teams up with Caldera to become a Keeper for the Council.