Small Favor by Jim Butcher

February 21st, 2019 Kimberly Review 20 Comments

21st Feb
Small Favor by Jim Butcher

Do you know what I love about the Dresden Files on Audio? After I finish each book, I am left feeling like this was my favorite and then I open the next and Butcher changes my mind! Small Favor has it all from incredible nail-biting action to mind games and don’t even get me started on the creatures we encounter.

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Rogue Protocol by Martha Wells

February 18th, 2019 Kimberly Review 24 Comments

18th Feb
Rogue Protocol by Martha Wells

The Murderbot Diaries written by Martha Wells and narrated by Kevin R. Free are addictive science-fiction novels with humor and suspense that offer the reader a plethora of questions to ponder about AI Intelligence. Rogue Protocol is the third novel and has our SecUnit struggling with performing his own mission and protecting humans who find themselves in danger.

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White Night by Jim Butcher

February 13th, 2019 Kimberly Review 18 Comments

13th Feb
White Night by Jim Butcher

White Night, the ninth novel in the Dresden Files narrated by James Marsters was high on magic and battle scenes that kept me up listening into the wee hours. Find out what happens when Harry’s number one suspect in a series of murders being written off as suicides.

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In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire

February 12th, 2019 Kimberly Review 23 Comments

12th Feb
In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire

My favorite of the Wayward Children to date, In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire sprang to life creating door that held me captive from its rules to the people who called it home. If you haven’t tried this fantasy novella series, I encourage you to do so. Perfect for listeners from 12 to 101. 

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Suspicious Minds by Gwenda Bond

February 11th, 2019 Kimberly Review 23 Comments

11th Feb
Suspicious Minds by Gwenda Bond

Stranger Things was our first Netflix series binge, despite owning Netflix since its inception. I was excited when Suspicious Minds by Gwenda Bond, a prequel to the series came across my desk. The story takes us to 1969,  Indiana and into the Hawkins National Laboratory where Dr. Martin Brenner is conducting LSD tests on college students for the CIA. Come along and meet test subject 008.

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The Au Pair by Emma Rous

February 4th, 2019 Kimberly Review 17 Comments

4th Feb
The Au Pair by Emma Rous

The Au Pair written by Emma Rous and narrated by Elizabeth Sastre & Nicola Barber offered a suspenseful domestic-noir that held me captive. I first learned about the book at Between my Lines and jumped at the chance to review the audio. Rous takes us to the New England coast in this gothic tale as a distraught young woman searches for clues about her past.

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