It’s no secret that I love Martha Wells’ Murderbot Diaries narrated by Kevin R. Free. The stories are a delight to listen to from the mysteries, to Murderbot’s interpretation and interactions with humans and other artificial intelligence. While Fugitive Telemetry takes us back through the timeline, it offered a murder-mystery that kept me guessing.
Junkyard Bargain by Faith Hunter is the second audio in the Junkyard Cats series set in post-apocalyptic West Virginia featuring heroine Shining Smith and her motley crew.
Travel off planet in Conscript by Pamela Stewart. Narrated by Brenda Scott Wlazlo, fans of Aurora Rising will enjoy Vega Volante in the first Star Defenders audiobook.
From its instant oatmeal cover to intriguing synopsis, I downloaded and devoured Apocalypse Summer by Tyler Jolley. Extreme weather forced the world to cryogenically freeze members of earth to ride out the storm. What could go wrong?
The Segonian by Dianne Duvall was one of my most anticipated audiobooks of 2021, and it delivered! Prepare for wicked banter, geeky discoveries, danger, and a sizzling romance as only Duvall can deliver.
John Scalzi delivered a thrilling follow up to The Dispatcher. Narrated by Zachary Quinto, you’ll want to grab Murder by Other Means on audio. Clever and suspenseful with a likable protagonist, Scalzi has created a world I want to visit again and again.
Deal with the Devil by Kit Rocha delivered a fast-paced, action-packed, swoon worthy, heart-stopping science fiction post apocalyptic tale and it’s all narrated by Lidia Dornet.
Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter delivered a cyberpunk thriller featuring a noir detective. The story shares a riveting murder case dealing with artificial intelligence. Find out why I recommend adding this one to your TBR reading pile…