Drawn by the exquisite cover, I listened to Deeplight by Frances Hardinge and slipped into a fantasy world filled with castes, gods, and secrets surrounded by the sea.
Aurora Burning by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff was on my most anticipated audiobooks list for 2020. This is the second audio in the Aurora Cycle science fiction fantasy series. Brilliant with action, suspense and revelations, The authors ledt me longing for the next installment.
Remember, I said, the last book felt like the end of the series? Well, Ren: The Monster’s Adventure by Sarah Noffke delivered from laughter to tears as Ren and his family go on vacation! Snark, goats and twists had me devouring this in a single night!
The Time of Contempt by Andrzej Sapkowski is the second audiobook in the Witcher series. Complex and centered on Geralt, Yennifer and Ciri, the world is at war and the danger is escalating.
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.