Thoughts on “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas (Audiobook)

I bought myself a copy of The Count of Monte Cristo many years ago. I have no idea why I did so. (Turns out it was one of those sneaky abridged versions that doesn’t state anywhere obvious that half the book has been cut out, but that is beside the point.) As I clearly haven’t […]

Thoughts on “Sovay” by Celia Rees (Audiobook)

I can’t remember where I heard about Sovay by Celia Rees, but when I saw the audiobook version at my library, the title jumped out at me as familiar, and I decided to give this YA novel a try. About the Book Our first introduction to Sovay Middleton, the fiery daughter of an English aristocrat, […]

Thoughts on “Fangirl” by Rainbow Rowell (Audiobook)

I realize I’m late to the Rainbow Rowell fan club, having only just listened to Eleanor & Park this past spring. But I really enjoyed that one, so now I’m making my way through her others! Fangirl was available on audio from my library (without the waiting list Landline has), so I listened to it next. […]

Thoughts on “Wolf Hall” and “Bring Up the Bodies” by Hilary Mantel (Audiobooks)

I put Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel on my TBR Pile Challenge list because, well, it’s been on my TBR list and then shelf since it came out! It always sounded a little scary to me, somehow, and it took the challenge — and finding the audio version at my library — to get me to […]

Thoughts on “Frog Music” by Emma Donoghue (Audiobook)

I never read Room. I know it’s supposedly wonderful, but I couldn’t get past the subject matter. I was curious about Emma Donogue, though, so when I found the audiobook version of Frog Music at my library, I decided to give it a listen. About the Book: Blanche Beunon is perfectly happy with her life in […]