Audiobook Challenge 2017 Wrap-Up

I didn’t quite make my goal of 30 audiobooks, but I came close. I finished 26 as of today, but I think I’ll get one final one in by the end of the year, Christmas Bliss by Mary Kay Andrews. Thanks again to our hosts, Hot Listens and Caffeinated Reviewer.

Here’s my list. I think the titles should link to my reviews.

  1. Stiletto by Daniel O’Malley
  2. Love Does: Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World by Bob Goff
  3. Game of Mirrors by Andrea Camilleri
  4. The Patience of the Spider by Andrea Camilleri
  5. The Girl with Ghost Eyes by M. H. Boroson
  6. Motion for Murder by Kelly Rey
  7. Kill and Run by Lauren Carr
  8. A Fine Year for Murder by Lauren Carr
  9. The Secrets of Wishtide by Kate Saunders
  10. The End of the Day by Claire North
  11. A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro
  12. The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi
  13. The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers
  14. The Last of August by Brittany Cavallaro
  15. A Voice in the Night by Andrea Camilleri
  16. Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
  17. The Dance of the Seagull by Andrea Camilleri
  18. Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore by Matthew Sullivan
  19. Glass Houses by Louise Penny
  20. The Haunted Season by G. M. Malliet
  21. Slade House by David Mitchell
  22. The Case of the Cursed Dodo by Jake G. Panda
  23. Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero
  24. The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells
  25. Twelve Slays of Christmas by Jacqueline Frost
  26. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted by R. D. Carstairs

A couple I knew I would love: Glass Houses by Louise Penny, The End of the Day by Claire North

A few I picked up for specific challenges and loved: The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi, The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers, Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero

There aren’t any on the list that I hated, but a couple were disappointing: Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz, The Haunted Season by G. M. Malliet

4 Comments

    • With audiobooks, if one is dragging, I don’t just set it aside and start a new one, like i would with print. I just spend less time listening to it, which just drags it out. I eventually finish it, but in that time I might have been able to listen to two that I really enjoyed.

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