Above by Isla Morley | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Above by Isla Morley? It has been years since I’ve requested Above by Isla Morley on Netgalley. At the time of request, dystopian books were the THING to read. And well, I had this insatiable appetite. So, this book appealed to me on both a dystopian level and also a CRIME […]

The Space Between The Stars by Anne Corlett | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Space Between The Stars by Anne Corlett? The Space Between The Stars by Anne Corlett has an absolutely glorious cover. I mean, the cover is blue and pink and science fiction oriented. OF COURSE I was interested. OF COURSE. Granted, this book was pitched to me with some comparisons to […]

Under A Dark Summer Sky by Vanessa Lafaye | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Under A Dark Summer Sky by Vanessa Lafaye? It kind of seems fitting that during summertime I would read a book with “summer” in the title. However, in all reality, I went for Under A Dark Summer Sky by Vanessa Lafaye on Scribd because I hadn’t read a historical fiction in […]

One Good Thing by Wendy Wax | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To One Good Thing by Wendy Wax? One Good Thing by Wendy Wax has a cover that just screams summer what with the mason jar and all. Initially, that’s why I grabbed it off of Netgalley. However, I did not realize it was a part of a series. Also, it isn’t […]

The Address by Fiona Davis | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Address by Fiona Davis? The Address by Fiona Davis is 100% RIGHT UP MY ALLEY. I love a good historical fiction audiobook. Also, I love dual story lines. OH and then there’s a stabbing murder? Yes, I am here for it. You should know by now that audiobooks are […]

City Of Lies by Victoria Thompson | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To City Of Lies by Victoria Thompson? City Of Lies by Victoria Thompson has some pretty excellent elements. There’s suffragettes. There’s crime. In addition, there is a bit of a chase. The synopsis hints at romance. Also, this book is historical fiction. Combine all of these things and you have a […]