Here's a few short reviews of the audiobooks I've been listening to over recent weeks. Check them all out on Audible! Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert Read by Simon Vance although his name isnt listed first in the credits for some reason I enjoyed this but, let's be honest - only the first book in... Continue Reading →
Audiobook fans rejoice (or just mumble "woohoo" if you prefer) The fourth and final Forest Lord novel, Blood of the Wolf, is now available as an audiobook from Audible and, I believe, iTunes. Read, as always, by Nick Ellsworth it clocks in at 12 hours, being the longest book so far by a fair margin.... Continue Reading →
As you probably know, I have an Audible account and listen to quite a lot of audiobooks. Here's some reviews of my latest purchases, check them out! Comrades at Odds: A Tale from The Legend of Drizzt UNABRIDGED by R. A. Salvatore Narrated by Ice-T I've read a few of Salvatore's Drizzt books and thought... Continue Reading →
The Kindle and paperback versions have been up for a couple of weeks, and now the audiobook is available to pre-order from Audible. Includes a foreword written AND read by Phil Rose from Robin of Sherwood, you don't want to miss this, it's the perfect thing to listen to in the festive period! UK: http://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Crime-Thrillers/Friar-Tuck-and-the-Christmas-Devil-Audiobook/B017HNZJGC/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1446486708&sr=1-1... Continue Reading →
While the Kindle version continues to be number 1 in the UK Kindle "Biographical Historical Fiction" chart, the audiobook is coming soon from Audible and iTunes!
Happy Easter/ spring/ rebirth festival to everyone, whatever your leanings or faith! How better to celebrate the day than reading about a knight of God banishing ancient evil - topical eh, since today is all about nature seeing off winter? Knight of the Cross is again FREE on Kindle today so if you missed it last... Continue Reading →