Days Gone Bad is the first audiobook in the Vesik series. Zany, suspenseful and filled with plenty of supernatural creatures I had fun listening to the narration by William Dufris.
The synopsis for The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith and its cover screamed read me. This fantasy took me on quite the adventure as our librarian chased down missing pages from a lost book. Perfect for fans of Good Omens, the Great Library and Invisible Library series.
Shadow of Doubt by Hailey Edwards is the first novel in the Potentate of Atlanta series. While this is a spin-off and features a complicated secondary character from The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy, I was pleasantly surprised at how fresh and entertaining this was
Taken in the third audiobook in the Alex Verus series by Benedict Jacka. Narrated by Gildart Jackson, Taken was an addictive, action-packed tale as Alex and young Mage apprentices try to solve a rather cunning mystery.
Nothing cheers me up like slipping into one of Ilona Andrews’ stories. Sapphire Flames by Ilona Andrews is the fourth book in the Hidden Legacy series and continues Catalina Baylor story. Prepare for danger, swoons and more!
Cursed by Benedict Jacka is the second audiobook in the Alex Verus urban fantasy series. Alex and his motley crew of friends are growing on me. I had a blast with this listen and watching them get out of danger as they solved this newest case.
How to Wake an Undead City by Hailey Edwards is the final book in The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series. Edwards delivered an action-packed tale that left me well satisfied and excited for the spinoff series and promised novellas with more from Greer and Linus!
Fledgling by Molly Harper is the second audiobook in the Sorcery and Society young adult fantasy series. If you like magic, secrets, mystery and a clever heroine you’ll want to grab your earbuds and begin this series at once.