Gads, this was good, but it ended on a cliffhanger and if the third book doesn’t release on audio, I will have a tantrum.
Between Jobs by W.R. Gingell is the first novel in the City Between, an edgy urban fantasy series. Dark humor, an Australian setting and an unusual cast of characters kept me engaged.
We’ve come to the Crossroads and things are about to get crazy! That Ain’t Witchcraft by Seanan McGuire takes us to rural Maine where they will face the Crossroads, a persnickety Covenant member and a warlock.
I took off my headphones and screamed, “Holy Shit!” or a slightly more colored variation, but people, Changes by Jim Butcher, the twelfth novel in the Harry Dresden Files was intense, mind-blowing, hilarious, heartbreaking and full of twisted fu@kery. Yeah ok, I liked it.
How to Live an Undead Lie is the fifth book in the Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series by Hailey Edwards. This series delivers addictive tales with its magical house, kickass heroine and alluring romance.
You know a book/series is a winner when you finish an eighteen hour audio and feel depressed because it’s over! Such was the case with Wild Country by Ann Bishop, the second book in the World of Others and seventh in the Others series.
The minute Morgan showed up on Harry’s doorstep I knew we were in for one heck of a ride. Turn Coat by Jim Butcher is the eleventh novel in the Harry Dresden files. I have been continuing my audio binge with narrator James Marsters. In fact, I am 90% into Changes as this review publishes.