Thanks for tagging me. I’m afraid I didn’t catch this thread before. Now I know it’s here I’ll show up more often.
Today I’ve been listening to two audiobooks:
This is what I would call a literary haunted house story. It is psychological because you get to see how a few seemingly supernatural occurrences tear apart an already strained relationship . . . or maybe they aren’t all that supernatural after all? Is the house haunting Julie and James or are they haunting themselves?
Amy McFadden reads the chapters that are narrated by Julie while Michael David Axtell reads the chapters that are James’. Many times two narrators don’t work for an audiobook but this one is ideally suited for two. They do a great job of making Julie and James come alive with their deliverance and Jemc’s words.
I’m also listening to:
Which is a wonderful short novel for fans of the urban fantasy detective novels like Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files or Lucy A. Snyder’s Jessie Shimmer Series (Spellbent, Shotgun Sorceress and Switchblade Goddess) – in other words the delightfully over-the-top-with-magic-and-monsters type of urban fantasy series.
Marc Vietor reads this audiobook and his voice is a little too deep. After about an hour I need to stop and give my ears a rest. However, the story is simple enough that I can be doing other things and not miss a thing.