I’ve been in the mood for historical based fiction lately, and stumbled upon The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate. This tale shares a dual timeline, weaving back and forth between 1875 Louisiana and 1987 Louisiana.
Blood of Elves by Andrzej Sapkowski is the first full-length Witcher novel, and I listened to the narration of Peter Kenny on audio. Richly detailed, this expands the world and characters from the prequel short stories found in The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny.
Titanshade by Dan Stout is the first novel in the Carter Archives. Despite owning the book, I ended up grabbing the audiobook narrated by Mikael Naramore. Brilliant and intense, this fantasy crime thriller hooked me from the start.
Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs is the twelfth Mercy Thompson novel and just as addictive as the first. Threats to the pack come in many forms and Mercy has her hands full. Intense, addictive, and twisted. I devoured Smoke Bitten.
Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski is another collection of short stories and for fans of the Netflix series most of these appeared in season one. Monsters and destiny await you. Grab your earbuds because Peter Kenny rocks the narration. 🎧
Please See Us by Caitlin Mullen delivered a suspenseful mystery set in Atlantic City long after the shine has tarnished and most casinos have closed their doors.
I am so glad I listened to blogging friends and began the Alex Verus series on audio. Hidden by Benedict Jacka is the fifth Alex Verus audiobook narrated by Gildart Jackson, and it was brilliant, addictive and enlightening.
I first learned about Westering Women by Sandra Dallas on the Reading Frenzy, and when opportunity presented itself I grabbed my earbuds and devoured this historical fiction. I laughed, cheered and cried right along with these women on their perilous journey west.