Audible Audiobooks

Dangerous Women
Dangerous Women

Review: I bought this anthology as a gift for my significant other who is enthralled with A Game of Thrones. The book was in good shape when it arrived, and is aesthetically pleasing to publicly display. The anthology seems really interesting as a whole. Definitely worth the buy. Read more

A Plague of Giants
A Plague of Giants

Review: This is the first book I've read by author Kevin Hearne, and I must admit that I struggled with this one.

The story is told through the eyes of the bard Fintan. A large group of bone giants has invaded, causing chaos and destruction. Throughout Fintan's telling of the events, the reader gets a picture of what the conflict was like. Numerous (too numerous, in my opinion) characters are introduced throughout the story, and I had a difficult time keeping track of who's who. I realize thi... Read more

Working for Bigfoot
Working for Bigfoot

Review: Pro: Jim Butchers stories! Fun and frantic! Waiting the next Dresden novel. Note, I stated "novel" not "appetizer."

Cons: I paid HOW MUCH for this?!? It's tiny!!! Damn...I should have gotten the Kindle version.

Lesson: ALWAYS read the description before mashing the Add to Cart button. Read more

Ender in Exile
Ender in Exile

Review: I think four stars is great, nothing is perfect right? This book is amazing,I would recommend it to those in search of themselves. I only recently started reading the Ender series so I am a bit confused as to what the order of the books it's out there it's any. Regardless I enjoy reading this books. I don't read often but I just can't stop reading the series. Read more

Children of the Mind
Children of the Mind

Review: I don't think anyone who has read the series up to this book would really not want to finish the story with this book, it delivers a wonderful, thoughtful, and complex story as you are accustomed to hear from Orson Scott Card. A must get! Read more

Awaken Online: Evolution
Awaken Online: Evolution

Review: I couldn't put it down. I've been waiting for this book for a while now, and it didn't disappoint in the least. Character and plot development continues at a great pace, and some interesting new characters and twists are thrown in. Highly recommended! Read more

Legacy of the Fallen: Ascend Online, Book 3
Legacy of the Fallen: Ascend Online, Book 3

Review: It's an Allright story even of the stats and rpg element are more of a distraction rather than a feature, as they don't seem to matter, the hero has just enough to succeed, or gets it just in time, or an old skill with an exact definition just does an insane amount of buffing. Read more

Awaken Online: Precipice
Awaken Online: Precipice

Review: I love the character development and the motivational insight. And even more action than book one. I have to thank Tim Burton though for my ability to love and feel the friendship and loss for the character Rex. Can't wait for book 3. Read more

Death's Mistress: The Nicci Chronicles, Book 1
Death's Mistress: The Nicci Chronicles, Book 1

Review: This is a great start to a new series branching from the Richard and Kahlan series. I've always been a fan of Nicci, and this first novel is in the same great style that has kept Terry Goodkind at the top of my list of authors. I see great potential for this series, and can't wait for the next book. ENJOY!!! Read more

The Pillars of Creation: Sword of Truth, Book 7
The Pillars of Creation: Sword of Truth, Book 7

Review: At the beginning of the book I was disappointed that Richard or Kahlan were not the main characters. I soon grew to love the new characters Sebastian (Emperor�s strategist), Jennsen and Oba Rahl as their thoughts, dreams, fears weaved a spell around me making me hang on every word. In this book Jennsen is used by the Order so that she can kill her half-brother Richard Rahl. Oba like Dreftan, and Darken is your average chip off the old block. He enjoys watching creatures, and people alike eye�s i... Read more

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