I am continuing my journey with the October Daye urban fantasy series on audio. Night and Silence by Seanan McGuire is the twelfth audiobook narrated by Mary Robinette Kowal. Toby has suffered and needs a quest, just not the one she will get.
Narrated by Wil Wheaton, Starter Villain by John Scalzi was pure magic, from humor to characters in this standalone science fiction fantasy. A down on his luck man inherits his estranged uncle’s supervillain business, and the world turns upside down. Unputdownable!
Fiona Shaw is back to narrator another Thursday Murder Club Mystery. The Last Devil to Die by Richard Osman is the fourth novel in the series. I have grown to love this diverse group of retirees who reside in apartments at Cooper’s Chase along the English coast. It’s Boxing Day, a package is missing and the body count has just begun. Come see why I love this series and characters.
The Duke Gets Desperate by Diana Quincy is the first novel in the Sirens In Silk series. Anthony Cary, Duke of Strickland, believes the castle and lands will be restored to him only to discover Raya Darwish has inherited the castle. The tale that unfolds brings a “enemies to lovers” romance with a dash of suspense all set in the English countryside.
Narrated by James Cameron Stewart, Murder at the Merton Library by Andrea Penrose was one of my most anticipated releases. With its wonderful characters and well plotted murder-mysteries, the Wrexford & Sloane series is one of my favorites.
I love the Red Rising Saga and Light Bringer by Pierce Brown was one of my most anticipated books/audiobooks. Brown did not disappoint, and I listened as I read along. This series and these characters bring forth every emotion. The story left me spent and eager for the next novel. Check out my thoughts.