There are some series, particularly fantasy and science fiction series, that just work better for me in audio. Sometimes it’s because they’re narrated in the first person, like the Iron Druid Chronicles, and I just really like that feeling of the protagonist telling me a story. Others I started in audio and now those series are just fixed in my head as audiobooks. And then there are stories like The Blacktongue Thief that just manage to be so marvelous in audio that I’m still hearing them in my head months later. But one of those series that I just can’t resist in audio finally popped up on Audible, and I picked them up even though I already have eARCs for both. I’m still trolling Audible for the third. Jade Legacy won’t be out until November 30, and I have the eARC but I love that series in audio so I’ll wait. A bit.
Patience may be a virtue, but it isn’t one I was blessed with.
Activation Degradation by Marina J. Lostetter
The Autobiography of Mr. Spock by Una McCormack
The Blood Trials (Blood Gift Duology #1) by N.E. Davenport
Brothers of the Wind by Tad Williams
The Children’s Blizzard by Melanie Benjamin
Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan
The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood
The Paradox Hotel by Rob Hart
The Riverwoman’s Dragon (Owen Archer #13) by Candace Robb
The Sweetest Remedy by Jane Igharo
These Toxic Things by Rachel Howzell Hall
Too Good to Be True by Carola Lovering
The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill
Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
When the Goddess Wakes (Ring-Sworn Trilogy #3) by Howard Andrew Jones (audio)
Borrowed from the Library:
Pursuit of the Truth (West Investigations #1) by K.D. Richards
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I can see some stories working better in audio, yeah. That’s a good way to think about it. 🙂
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The Autobiography of Mr. Spock sounds interesting to me!
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I agree about some books are better in audio, but also some are better as reading so I can read faster than someone is saying the words out loud sometimes and drag it out. The Love Hypothesis is on my TBR. Great haul!
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