I have been devouring the October Daye audiobooks. Today, I have The Brightest Fell by Seanan McGuire. This is the eleventh novel in the series and they just keep getting better. No rest for our hero, it seems. Come see why I am loving this series….
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.
Narrated by Mary Robinette Kowal, Once Broken Faith by Seanan McGuire is the tenth audiobook in the urban fantasy series October Daye. High King Aethlin Sollys of the Westlands has called a grand convocation to discuss the cure for elf-shot. Tempers, murder and danger keep Toby & her allies busy in this newest installment…
Narrated by Lauren Fortgang, James Fouhey, and Max Roll, Only Good Enemies by Jennifer Estep continues the sci-fi romantic fantasy series, Galactic Bonds. Grab an iced mocha and see why I enjoyed this audio.
Whenever I can, I have been diving into the next October Daye audiobook. A Red-Rose Chain by Seanan McGuire delivers a dark, suspenseful and insightful look into the darker side of fairy.
I read Magic Tides, but held out for the audio for Magic Claims and was not disappointed. Magic Tides & Magic Claims by Ilona Andrews are novellas in the Kate Daniels: Wilmington Years. The first introduces us to life after Atlanta, and the second brings change. Both are fantastic and have me looking forward to many more stories.
I am continuing my listen of the October Daye series. Today I am sharing my thoughts on The Winter Long by Seanan McGuire. Whew! This series is addictive and the blurb may be short, but we soon learn everything we thought we knew about Toby was wrong. You’ll want to make time to listen because you won’t want to set it down.
They say all good things must end. Such was the case with the Treasures of Paragon. The Last Dragon by Genevieve Jack was the ninth and final audiobook narrated by Holly Adams. The series ended on a high note with a swoon-worthy romance, and a touch of suspense.