Max Abaddon and The Gate to Everwhere is the third novel in the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series written by Justin Leslie and narrated by Luke Daniels. Fantastic world-building, a likeable protagonist and plenty of snark make this series an autobuy.
I was excited to dive into Max Abaddon and The Purity Law by Justin Leslie. This is the second audiobook in the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series narrated by Luke Daniels. Leslie delivered a fantastic sequel with plot twists and plenty of entertainment.
Narrated by Luke Daniels, Max Abaddon and the Will by Justin Leslie is the first urban fantasy audiobook in the Max Abaddon series. Fresh & humorous with fantastic world building, it hooked me from the start.
I was hesitant to listen to Unspoken: A Memoir by Luke Daniels. I wear my heart on my sleeve and was fearful I would be a hot mess, but Daniels is one of my favorite narrators and the first narrator I followed on social media.
Set in the same world as the Iron Druid Chronicles, Ink & Sigil written by Kevin Hearne and narrated by Luke Daniels takes us to Scotland. There it introduces us to Al MacBharrais and his motley crew. Hearne delivered a fantastic first in Ink & Sigil series that left me grinning.
Death & Honey by Kevin Hearne, Chuck Wendig, and Lila Bowen feature three stories involving “death & honey.” I bought this for Oberon’s Meaty Mystery and have enjoyed the other authors, but not the particular worlds these stories come from.
Are you looking for a dark vampire urban fantasy? Do you love references to pop culture, snark, and fast-paced action? Then grab, I’m Glad You’re Dead by Hunter Blain, the first audiobook in the Preternatural Chronicles.
No Country for Old Gnomes by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne is the second novel in the Tales of Pell. This is not a continuation and works on its own. Fans of Monty Python will delight in this fantasy universe.