I’ve always enjoyed Courtney Summers’ books from zombies to troubled youth. I’m the Girl introduces us to sixteen-year-old Georgia Avis whose recently lost her mother, made some bad choices, and discovered the body of a murdered thirteen-year-old girl. Suspense and heartbreak unfold in this coming of age thriller.
I found out about all the hype surrounding The Altas Six by Olivie Blake after the synopsis and cover snagged my attention. Narrated by James Cronin, Siho Ellsmore, Munirih Grace, Andy Ingalls, Caitlin Kelly, Damian Lynch, David Monteith, and Steve West, the idea of a dark academy with a library of knowledge pulled me right in.
I love historical fiction steeped in history, so how could I resist, The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher. The author shares a peek into the life of American Sylvia Beach, who opened a bookstore/lending library called Shakespeare and Company on a quiet street in Paris. Famous authors, lovers and one woman’s efforts to see a banned book published. Grab a cuppa and see why book lovers need to add this to their bookshelf.
Narrated by Michael David Axtell, Trailer Park Trickster, the second audio in the Adam Binder urban fantasy series by David R. Slayton delivered from character growth to an ending that left me begging for more.
A Dark and Hollow Star by Ashley Shuttleworth brings you a modern day fantasy set in Toronto. The eight courts of Folk live among humans, concealed by magic and bound by rules but a war is brewing….
An astrologer and actuary walk into a bar…and it’s a disaster. Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur, delivers a fake relationship romance with heart, growth and family at the holidays.