It’s time once again to welcome Sophia Rose to the blog. Today she has an audio review of The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford and it looks like a good one! Curl up with your hot cocoa and check out her thoughts.
Wolves and the River of Stone by Eric R. Asher is the second audiobook in the Vesik series featuring necromancer, Damian Vesik. With help from members of the supernatural community he will need to stop Philip, Zola’s old boyfriend from destroying the world. Snark, battles and plenty of twists await them.
I bought My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan on audio when it released without even reading the synopsis primarily to support Whelan whom I love as a narrator. And, of course, it sat on my Audible App for far too long.
Major Audiobook hangover! The wait for the Sweep of the Blade by Ilona Andrews seemed to take forever and as soon as it uploaded I devoured it. Now pardon me while I cry in a corner.
Dark Age by Pierce Brown the fifth book in the Red Rising series was one that I savoured. Dark, brutal and a beast of a tale no one is safe least of all you.
The Scribe by Elizabeth Hunter is the first in the Irin Chronicles. Danger, romance, exotic locations and secret races. Steeped in mythology this fantasy series narrated by Zachary Webber kept me listening into the wee hours.