Audible History – What I’ve Listened to.


img_9179I’m not going to lie – this is a pretty spontaneous post, but after two semi-crazy and nearly unbearably hot days at work, I don’t have the brain capacity to write the book review I had intended to be today’s post.

I’ve been using Audible for about two years now, and I think at this point, I’ve listened to more books this year, than physical copies – and I’m not mad about it. I freaking love audiobooks – they allow me to read while I’m busy at work, getting ready, cleaning, etc.. you get the idea. All the things that take time from sitting down with a book, getting comfy with a mug of coffee or tea, and flipping the pages – audiobooks let me read while doing just about anything.

In the two years since I’ve started listening to them, I’ve amassed quite a bit of a library – the majority of them I’ve really loved, though there have been a few that I just couldn’t get into because of the narrator, the story. I find that the person or persons who narrates the story can make or break it for me.

I thought I’d list all the books I’ve listened to – most of these have reviews which I will link.

So here goes nothing. This might be a little more time consuming than I originally thought. Lol

****Some books won’t have reviews attached. I listened to them during a time when I wasn’t actively blogging – but feel free to comment if you want to know my thoughts!


Let’s start with 2016 –

 ♦ Six of Crows – Leigh Bardugo

Review / Loved

 ♦ A Torch Against the Night ­– Sabaa Tahir  

Review / Loved

 ♦ Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard

Review / Not a fan

 ♦ Lady Midnight – Cassandra Clare

No Review / Loved

 ♦ Crooked Kingdom – Leigh Bardugo

No Review / Loved (it killed me)

 ♦ Passenger  – Alexandra Bracken

No Review / It was okay

 ♦ Flamecaster ­ – Cinda Williams Chima

No Review / Good

 ♦ The Problem with Forever – Jennifer L. Armentrout

No Review / Loved

 ♦ Ruined – Amy Tintera

No Review / Loved

 ♦ Poison Princess – Kresley Cole

 ♦ Endless Knight – Kresley Cole

 ♦ Dead of Winter – Kresley Cole

 ♦ Arcana Rising – Kresley Cole

Review / Love this whole series so much

 ♦ Stealing Snow – Danielle Paige

No Review / Not a fan

 ♦ The Shadow Queen – C. J. Redwine

No Review / Loved

 ♦ Snow Like Ashes – Sara Raasch

Review / Loved

 ♦ Ice Like Fire – Sara Raasch

Review / Loved


Now, 2017 –

 ♦ Stalking Jack the Ripper – Kerri Maniscalco

No Review / Favorite

 ♦ Frost Like Night – Sara Raasch

Review / Loved

 ♦ RoseBlood – A. G. Howard

No Review / Good

Windwitch – Susan Dennard

Review / Loved

 ♦ Hunted – Meagan Spooner

No Review / Loved


Finally, 2018-

 ♦ Tower of Dawn – Sarah J Maas

Review / Loved (can’t wait for Kingdom of Ash)

 ♦ Carve the Mark – Veronica Roth

Review / Loved

 ♦ The Alchemist of Loom – Elise Kova

Review / Really enjoyed

 ♦ Lord of Shadows – Cassandra Clare

Unfortunately I couldn’t listen to this in full, the narrator put me to sleep. It’s even more unfortunate because it’s James Marsters.

 ♦ Hunting Prince Dracula – Kerri Maniscalco

Review / Favorite

 ♦ The Great Hunt – Wendy Higgins

Review / Loved

 ♦ Ever the Brave ­– Erin Summerill

This was another one I couldn’t finish due to the narrator – I do plan on reading the physical copy.

 ♦ To Kill a Kingdom – Alexandra Christo

Review / Loved

 ♦ Avenged – Amy Tintera

Review / Loved

 ♦ The Wish Granter – C. J. Redwine

Review / Loved

 ♦ The Fates Divide – Veronica Roth

Review To Come / Loved

 ♦ The Dark Calling – Kresley Cole

Review To Come  / I need the final book

 ♦ Daughter of the Pirate King ­– Tricia Levenseller

Review To Come  / Loved

 ♦ Everless – Sara Holland

Review To Come / Need book 2

 ♦ Heart of the Empire – Carrie Summers

Review To Come  / Loved

 ♦ Daughter of the Siren Queen – Tricia Levenseller

Review To Come  / Loved

 ♦ Rise of the Storm – Carrie Summers

I’m currently in the middle of listening to this one.


Okay, so I didn’t quite realize how many books I’ve actually listened to. The bad thing is, I own most of these books, if not all of them, in physical form as well. Some of the books have reviews coming, so keep an eye out.

But I think that concludes this very impromptu post about what I’ve listened to on Audible. Feel free to leave recommendations for future reads! Do you have a narrator you really like? Do you prefer fantasy over some other genre, or something else? Are there any authors that are automatic buys?

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