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.
I look forward to Ruth Ware’s suspense thrillers and as with all of her books I went into One by One, narrated by Imogen Church cold. An atmospheric whodunit.
Set in the same world as the Iron Druid Chronicles, Ink & Sigil written by Kevin Hearne and narrated by Luke Daniels takes us to Scotland. There it introduces us to Al MacBharrais and his motley crew. Hearne delivered a fantastic first in Ink & Sigil series that left me grinning.
In Halfway There, by Eve Langlais, Naomi is starting over. Finding yourself is complicated when the entire town thinks your family set a powerful curse.
Burned by Benedict Jacka is the seventh audiobook in the Alex Verus, urban fantasy series. Politics, betrayals and non-stop action had me holding my breath and shaking my fists.
I own the hardcover edition but couldn’t resist listening to Richard Armitage narrate The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner. Believers in the power of books and Jane Austen fans alike will delight in the story that unfolds.
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.