I decided to review Sleep No More & The Innocent Sleep together since they tell the same story, only the second The Innocent Sleep is from Tybalt’s perspective about events that happen in Sleep No More. I have opinions about the narrations. Strong ones. Grab a cup of coffee and I’ll explain….
I was looking for a science fiction thriller when I stumbled upon Nexus by Ramez Naam. Then I scooped it up when I saw it was narrated by Luke Daniels. The series is in Kindle Unlimited and you can download the audio at a reduced cost. This techno thriller kept me on the edge of my seat with its thought-provoking story involving nano-technology.
Narrated by Luke Daniels, the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series has quickly become a favorite. In this novella, Max loses a bet and must retrieve something. Easy-peasy, right? Check out my thoughts on Max Abaddon and The Ghost and the Grave by Justin Leslie.
What begins as an act of revenge against the perps who took his love and his voice quickly turns to duty when he realizes their plans could affect national security. Fast-paced, brutal and addictive. Fans of crime fiction and action thrillers will want to grab the audio narrated by Gary Bennett.
I love historical fiction based on actual events, and when I saw Julia Whelan was narrating The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah, I knew I had to dive in.