Artificial Condition by Martha Wells

January 11th, 2019 Kimberly Review 29 Comments

11th Jan
Artificial Condition by Martha Wells

Narrated by Kevin R. Free, Artificial Condition by Martha Wells is the second novella in the Murderbot Diaries an off-planet science fiction that is wildly addictive. The audio is just the right length to devour on a road trip or as I did while doing mundane Saturday chores which suddenly became exciting.

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Dark Peak by Adam J. Wright

January 9th, 2019 Kimberly Review 32 Comments

9th Jan
Dark Peak by Adam J. Wright

I discovered Dark Peak by Adam J. Wright in an offer for audio review copies and was initially drawn to the cover. Once I read the synopsis, I knew I had to uncover the mysteries surrounding Blackden Edge. Is there a serial killer? What happened to Sarah?

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The Bastard’s Bargain by Katee Robert

January 1st, 2019 Kimberly Review 9 Comments

1st Jan
The Bastard’s Bargain by Katee Robert

The Bastard’s Bargain by Katee Robert is the sixth and final novel in  the O’Malleys series. There was a delay in the audiobook release that nearly killed me because this is Dmitri Romanov story. The wicked mobster that everyone loves to hate, but cannot help loving. 

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Newness and Wonder by Alexis Lynne

December 24th, 2018 Kimberly Review 16 Comments

24th Dec
Newness and Wonder by Alexis Lynne

Newness and Wonder by Alexis Lynne is the first book in the Sylvan Hills series. Set during the holiday season the story introduces us to three sisters related through blood, brought together through circumstance. Set in a small North Carolina town nestled in the mountains you’ll soon want to back your bags and visit.

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Death Knell by Hailey Edwards

December 21st, 2018 Kimberly Review 10 Comments

21st Dec
Death Knell by Hailey Edwards

Death Knell by Hailey Edwards is the third book in the urban fantasy series Foundling. Luce Boudreau and her coterie team up with the mysterious Adam Wu as they investigate a series of bodies washing ashore along the Mississippi River. It seems Death is sending her sister a message. Can she and her team stop an apocalypse and what other danger is out there for her and her team?

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