Told from multiple points of view, Wayward by Chuck Wendig picks up five years after The Wanderers ended. An epic, dark, realistic and politically charged tale that you won’t be able to set down.
Narrated by Jennifer Pickens, Final Girls by Mira Grant takes us into a nightmarish dreamscape to treat patients. A brilliant tale from start to finish. Where Grant asks, “What if you could fix the worst parts of yourself by confronting your worst fears?” Would you do it?
Narrated by Lauren Fortgang & James Fouhey, Only Bad Options is the first audiobook in the Galactic Bonds science fiction romance series by Jennifer Estep. This space opera delivered suspense, romance, house politics and more. Fans of Consortium Rebellion will want to add this one to their list.
Narrated by Kirsten Potter, The Akseli by Dianne Duvall is the fourth audiobook in the Aldebarian Alliance. This spinoff series of Immortal Guardian series is a thrilling, swoon-worthy science fiction fantasy romance series and one of my favorites. I devoured Simone and Janwar’s story as the search for earthlings continues …..
Narrated by Lidia Dornet, Dance with the Devil by Kit Rocha is the third audiobook in the Mercenary Librarians’ fantasy series. Our band of mercenary librarians are gearing up to take down TechnoCorp. Failure is not an option. Filled with suspense, romance and a motley crew you’ll fall in love with.
Eclipse the Moon by Jessie Mihalik is the second audiobook in the suspenseful, romantic fantasy series; Starlight’s Shadow. I was excited to once again board Starlight Shadow and spend more time with its crew. This story shares Kee & Varro’s adventure & romance. Grab your gear and prepare for takeoff.
I love diving into the mind/writings of Blake Crouch. Upgrade is his newest thriller, blending science and technology in a way that felt eerily real. This fast-paced tale is the perfect read this summer.
Narrated by Steve Crossley, The Warden by Jon Richter delivers a psychological thriller that will keep you on edge from the science fiction to the dystopian world. Grab an iced coffee and see why I enjoy Richter’s writing.