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Part 19 ~ What Are You Listening to Now?

Audiobooks

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1Molly3028
Dec 30, 2018, 5:25pm Top

2019 = Part 19 threads

***HAPPY NEW YEAR***

2Molly3028
Jan 1, 11:56am Top

Enjoying this OverDrive audiobook ~

12th of Never by James Patterson
(a Women's Murder Club series book/San Francisco/it commences with Lindsay giving birth to a baby girl)

3gypsysmom
Jan 1, 3:55pm Top

Started The Bachelor Girl by Kim van Alkemade before the end of 2018 but am still listening to it. Not sure what to think of it yet so I'll try to report back when I'm finished.

5TooBusyReading
Jan 1, 5:52pm Top

I finished Tana French's The Witch Elm, and enjoyed it, and thought Paul Nugent's narration was especially good. Now I'm listening to Ken Follett's A Column of Fire, the third of the Kingbridge novels. So many characters to track!

6Molly3028
Edited: Jan 3, 9:17am Top

Enjoying this library audiobook ~

Beauchamp Hall: a novel by Danielle Steel

(after three major disappointments, Winnie decides to visit the village in England where a Downton-Abbey type show is filmed)

7Molly3028
Jan 5, 8:29am Top

Starting this OverDrive audiobook ~

Clawback by J. A. Jance

(Ali Reynolds series/Arizona/two dead bodies and a Ponzi scheme/Ali's
parents become victims in this suspense tale)

8gypsysmom
Jan 5, 6:17pm Top

The Bachelor Girl just never quite worked for me. The book has alternating chapters narrated by a young woman and a young man. The woman is an actress/theatre manager who is given some help with medical expenses and work by the owner of the New York Yankees. The man is the owner's personal secretary so the two are thrown together and develop a friendship. The woman thinks it is more but the man is gay (he calls himself a pansy) and the woman never catches on. The time period is the early part of the twentieth century but she just seemed so incredibly naive about everything that I thought she was unbelievable.

I am now listening to two audiobooks. On my mp3 player I have Goodnight from London by Jennifer Robson (set during World War II) and in the CD player I am listening to I Liked My Life by Abby Fabiaschi. More about these later.

9TooBusyReading
Jan 6, 11:36am Top

The first audiobook I finished this year was A Column of Fire, the third of the Kingbridge books, by Ken Follett. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Well, I didn't enjoy the descriptions of torture, human and animal. Narration by John Lee is excellent.

Now I've started Boy Erased by Garrad Conley. So far, just okay.

10Molly3028
Jan 8, 11:16am Top

Enjoying this OverDrive audiobook ~

Force of Nature by Jane Harper

(#2, Aaron Falk series/Australia/corporate retreat/missing hiker/Aussie narrator)

11Molly3028
Edited: Jan 14, 3:41pm Top

Enjoying this OverDrive/Kindle eBook ~

Born Wild by Julie Ann Walker

(Black Knights Inc. series/ex-SEALs/off-the-radar spec-ops team/hot sex suspense/Alexa can read this to me)

12gypsysmom
Jan 11, 4:04pm Top

Just finished Goodnight from London by Jennifer Robson, narrated by Saskia Maarleveld. This is set during World War II and concerns a young American woman reporting on the war's effects on England while she undergoes the Blitz herself. Good period detail and the romance is not silly or unbelievable. Jennifer Robson wrote two other books set during World War I Somewhere in France and just after After the War is Over and those are very good. I also recently listened to Moonlight over Paris which I did not like as much but it may appeal to others.

13Molly3028
Jan 14, 3:39pm Top

Enjoying this Kindle/Audible combo ~

True Places by Sonja Yoerg

(a girl named Iris and a woman named Suzanne cross paths in a remote forest area/a typical suburban family ~ an atypical parentless child/healing and hope themes)

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