Buckle up, because it’s time for the Cuckoo’s story and things are going to get bumpy! Narrated by Emily Bauer, Imaginary Numbers by Seanan McGuire may be the ninth InCryptid novel but it delivered a fresh and addictive.
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.
Voodoo Shanghai is the third novel in the Kincaid Strange urban fantasy series. Author Kristi Charish delivered a heart-stopping paranormal investigation that kept me on edge and hoping we see more of our protagonist.
Wrong Side of Forty by Jana Deleon is the first novel in Marina at Midlife trilogy. This was a small-town cozy with humor, a quest, and character growth that I quickly devoured.
I am so glad I listened to blogging friends and began the Alex Verus series on audio. Hidden by Benedict Jacka is the fifth Alex Verus audiobook narrated by Gildart Jackson, and it was brilliant, addictive and enlightening.
It’s time to once again to welcome Sophia Rose to the blog! Today she has a historical mystery to share with us. Grab a cuppa and check out her review of Mortal Arts by Anna Lee Huber.
After devouring The Witcher on Netflix, I began the audiobooks and they are fantastic! These shorts are entertaining and offer us glimpses of the world and characters that make up the world of the Witcher trilogy.
This Broken World by Eric R. Asher is the fourth Vesik audio narrated by William Dufris. Action-packed with humor, zombies, gods and food; Asher kept me entertained with this motley crew as Vesik trained and time-slips.