Audio Book Reviews – Jamaica Inn by Daphne Du Maurier and The Woman In White by Wilkie Collins

Jamaica Inn By: Daphne du Maurier Narrated by: Tony Britton Length: 10 hrs and 26 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: 27-12-07 Language: English Publisher: Audible Studios I bought this without even reading the synopsis because it was in a sale on Audible and I had really enjoyed this author's other books Rebecca (my review) and My Cousin Rachel (review). Those could, I... Continue Reading →

Rebecca, by Daphne Du Maurier audiobook review

Rebecca By: Daphne Du Maurier Narrated by: Anna Massey Length: 14 hrs and 45 mins Unabridged Release date: 07-04-09 Language: English Publisher: Audible Studios I came to this after listening to Jane Eyre (my review HERE) and Wuthering Heights (review) and, well... Wow! This started off slowly, and the narrator, with her incredibly plummy, posh English voice was quite irritating at... Continue Reading →

Jane Eyre audiobook review

Jane Eyre Written by: Charlotte Bronte Narrated by: Thandie Newton Length: 19 hrs and 10 mins  Unabridged Audiobook Release Date:17/04/2016 Publisher: Audible Studios Well, this one is a real departure for me. I've never reviewed a book from the "gothic romance" genre before but, after Jane Eyre, well, it might be the first in a long line. I subscribe to Audible's... Continue Reading →

Some audiobook reviews – Terry Pratchett, Bernard Cornwell, Graham Hancock, Dr Penny Sartori, and Donnie Eichar

I listen to quite a lot of audiobooks nowadays, through the Audible app on my phone or tablet. I got into it when I had to proof-listen my own audio versions (read, of course, by the fantastic Nick Ellsworth) and it's a great way to enjoy books you might not have time to physically read.... Continue Reading →

Review of The Voyage of Odysseus

I was very lucky to receive an advance copy of Glyn Iliffe's brand new novel in his Adventures of Odysseus chronicles, The Voyage of Odysseus. Was it as good as the previous books? Read on to find out!   “From one adventure to another the pace never lets up. Like Homer’s original, Glyn Iliffe’s series is... Continue Reading →

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