Wizard’s Nocturne by Gary Jonas

Narrator: Joe Hempel Publisher: Denton & White (2016) Length: 5 hours 15 minutes Series: Book 6 Jonathan Shade Author's Page Note: This is Book 6 in the series and I recommend reading at least the previous 2 books as there are major things that happened in those books that both explain and affect characters's decisions in this book. This … Continue reading Wizard’s Nocturne by Gary Jonas

Interview: Mitchell Charles, Author of The Kingdom of Oceana

Everyone, please give a warm welcome to author Mitchell Charles. I really enjoyed his book, The Kingdom of Oceana and am very excited to have the opportunity to interview him. If you could, what book or movie or TV series would you like to experience for the first time all over again and why? Chinatown is … Continue reading Interview: Mitchell Charles, Author of The Kingdom of Oceana

Prudence by Gail Carriger

Narrator: Moira Quirk Publisher: Hachette Audio (2015) Length: 12 hours 40 minutes Series: Book 1 Custard Protocol Author's Page The metanatural Rue and her friends are on a mission for Queen and Country! And tea, of course. Prudence Alessandra Macon Akeldama (Rue) has been gifted an airship, which she charmingly names the Spotted Custard. She's also been given a … Continue reading Prudence by Gail Carriger

The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

Narrator: Saskia Maarleveld Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke (2014) Length: 12 hours 56 minutes Series: Book 1 The Jewels of Kinfairlie Author's Page Set on the east coast of Scotland, in 1421, Madeline is 23 and her betrothed James was killed on the English assault at Rougemont. Her brother Alexander is laird of Kinfairlie and as such, has the power … Continue reading The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

The Blue Ice by Hammond Innes

Narrator: Jerry Farden Publisher: Recorded Books (1989) Length: 9 hours 30 mins Author's Page This book was originally published in 1948 with the story being set in the 1950s. So, today, it reads a bit like historical fiction with plenty of action and a little romance thread woven in. George Farnell, a mineralogist, disappeared 10 years ago. Now … Continue reading The Blue Ice by Hammond Innes

Departed: A Dead Man Does Tell Tales by R. R. Washburn

Narrator: S. W. Salzman Publisher: Citygrit Press (2015) Length: 1 hour 28 minutes Author's Page In 1684, Windbridge, CT, Albert Spijker and his 11 year old sister Joanna find a dead man in a nearby field. Before they can bury him, he comes back to life. While that is indeed a strange thing, the kids invite him home … Continue reading Departed: A Dead Man Does Tell Tales by R. R. Washburn

Children of Earth and Sky by Guy Gavriel Kay

Narrator: Simon Vance Publisher: Recorded Books (2016) Length: 19 hours 24 mins Author's Page In this historical fantasy, Kay captures a beautiful tale that is part coming of age, part espionage, part love story. In a world that closely resembles Renaissance Europe, a bevy of fascinating characters captured my attention and my heart. This was such a well-balanced … Continue reading Children of Earth and Sky by Guy Gavriel Kay

The Kingdom of Oceana by Mitchell Charles

Narrator: Rayton Lamay Publisher: Butterhorse Media (2016) Length: 7 hours 29 mins Series: Volume 1 The Kingdom of Oceana Author's Page Two Hawaiian princes are coming of age and their sibling rivalry could turn to more than pranks and minor disagreements. When their trespassing on forbidden ground unleashes an ancient curse, things turn bad between their island and a rival … Continue reading The Kingdom of Oceana by Mitchell Charles

Book Giveaway & Review: David Travels to the Past by Gonzalo Martínez De Antoñana

Don't forget to check out the giveaway at the bottom of the post! Illustrator: María José Mosquera Publisher: Saure Publisher (2016) Length: 74 pages Author's Page Note: This book contains two distinct adventures: The Rock Painters, Art of the Upper Paleolithic Period and also The Babylonians, Art of Mesopotamia. Each story starts with a little introduction page. David is … Continue reading Book Giveaway & Review: David Travels to the Past by Gonzalo Martínez De Antoñana

The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Potzsch

Translator: Lee Chadeayne Narrator: Grover Gardner Publisher: Brilliance Audio (2011) Length: 12 hours 57 minutes Series: Book 1 Hangman's Daughter Author's Page Set in 1659, in the small town of Schongau in Bavaria, Germany, more than one child has been murdered and they bear an unusual mark on their shoulders. The town's hangman, Jakob Kuisl, is ordered to torture a … Continue reading The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Potzsch