Tuesday, 5 December 2017

TMST Best Audiobooks


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December 5th : Best Audiobooks of 2017

Well, obvi this has been the year of audiobooks for me. I fell in love. I can not get enough so here are a few of my favorites from this year.


I have been wanting to read this one for years, but to my eternal sadness there has only been audio available every time I have looked. Then I started to actually like audio and had the chance to try it and loved it.


This one was great on audio! I always enjoy contemporary romance, but they seldom hit the spot, but this one on audio. Damn, it did. It was meant for that.


While this one tore me apart. It was tough listening to it and I felt sick. This poor poor girl. Her thoughts echoed in my head afterwards.


Owl is so fun on audio. I actually read the previous book, but did not connect as much. I needed audio!


Cute and fun alert :D

I will leave you with these. They are many many more


40 comments:

  1. I haven't tried a lot of aubiobook I confess. It's too long lol

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  2. I love this topic. Now that I'm working again, I like to listen to audio books in the car and I'm always looking to add to my list. Thank you!

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    1. So perfect for my walks, what would I do without them

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  3. More and more people are listening to audio, but for the life of me, I just can't do it. Usually I fall asleep, or lose interest. If paper books go away and we only have audio, I have no clue what I'll do. (lol) Hugs...RO

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    1. When I take walks with the baby they are perfect

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  4. Oh I bet Owl is a hoot on audio (see what I did there..LOL)

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  5. I still can't get into audio books...I can't multitask and to just sit there and listen is too slow. I'd rather just read the book since I would finish in a few hours. lol

    For What It's Worth

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    1. Honestly neither can I, I only listen while on walks with Baby S

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  6. my new love is audible and my favorite things to listen to are novels that I've previously read and see the different feel between the two, usually the audible version gives me a deeper more personal feel for the book

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    1. Yay. Yes they do get more personal. I really like them for that

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  7. I do love Julius and Marcy. I hope you can get more of those books. I'm really loving that series. I haven't tried those others, but the Owl series has been on my list to try for a while.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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    1. Yes I totes need more. but sigh, have to buy the freaking cd, blergh. Must have bf make it into mp3

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  8. I am so glad you fell in love with audiobooks this year. They are fantastic. I will have to try the next Owl book on audio. I have a few series that I can only listen to now because they are so much better on audio. Try an Illona Andrews book on audio.

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    1. They sure are! I am happy I got into things, oh and found out that you can listen on high speed. Love that hehe

      Ohh must do

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  9. I'm not into audio books but I'm glad you're having a good time with them.

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  10. Oh I haven't read or listened to any of these. I do have the first Owl book but need to read it. Adding to my audio wishlist!

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  11. OHHH I should try Owl on audio I like the books but I <3 audio so much more now lol

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  12. oh great mini reviews you have here. I adored Lecia Cornwall's book. So fun and adorable.

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  13. This was the year of the audiobook for me as well b/c I've incorporated them into more of my daily routine- walks, chores, and travel. You've tried so many that I still have on my list. Glad they are good. I do notice that any sort of emotion- sad, horror, comedy, and even love scenes are so much deeper felt for me with audio.

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  14. Yay, Nice Dragons Finish Last made the list! *fist pump*

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  15. I tried Owl on audio this year... I haven't yet gone to get book 2... it was okay for me.

    My favorites this year are all three of the Ilona Andrews/Renee Raudman books that came out, the two-book series HIM by Elle Kennedy and Sarina Bowen, and Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop. However, I have another 6 or so that I gave 4.5-5 stars to. It was a good audiobook year!

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    1. Maybe not the one for you too, I remember your review.

      I would love to try ILona's. but then I love them in print so

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  16. I liked the first Owl book well enough. The Nice dragons series has been recommended to me a few times.

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  17. I haven't listened to any audiobooks this year, so... The Harry Potter series, as narrated by Jim Dale. Any of the Stephanie Plum books narrated by CJ Critt. Any John McPhee book narrated by Nelson Runger (sadly deceased).

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    1. Ohhh the HP books would be so fun on audio :D Maybe one day

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  18. Yay! I just bought the dragon book not too long ago. I will have to bump it closer to the top of the pile.

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  19. Tryig to get into audios again. Im listening to one now

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