Mailbox Monday #53 Audiobook Edition
Since this is the start of Audiobook Week I’m just going to highlight the audiobooks I received this week. Look for lots of audiobook chatter, reviews and recs throughout the week!
Audiobooks for Review:
From Simon & Schuster Audio:
Being Me by Lisa Renee Jones read by Grace Grant - The sequel to If I Were You.
This Girl by Colleen Hoover read by Kirby Heyborne - Slammed from Will’s POV.
The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay read by Candace Thaxton and Kirby Heyborne – I’ve read the book but am enjoying revisiting it through audio.
From Penguin Audio:
The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls by Anton DiSclafani read by Adina Verson - I’ve been hearing a lot about this book so I’m excited to listen to it. It’s about a girl sent to an equestrienne boarding school due to her involvement in a family scandal.
The Submissive by Tara Sue Me read by Angelica Lee – This is another erotic fanfic a la FSoG about the relationship between a wealthy CEO and a librarian.
Loyalty by Ingrid Thoft read by Rebecca Soler – I like Soler as a narrator and that got me interested in this book. It’s about a female PI investigating a body found in Boston Harbor.
Until Fountain Bridge by Samantha Young read by Ruth Hopkins - This is a novella from the On Dublin Street series about Ellie and Adam. I’ve already listened to it and it’s very cute – review to come.
The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen read by Allie Gallerani – Love reading/listening to Sarah Dessen’s books in the summer.
Tarnish by Katherine Longshore read by Leslie Bellair – I liked the audiobook of Gilt, so I’m looking forward to reading Longshore’s next book about Anne Boleyn.
Proxy by Alex London read by Andrew Sweeney – This dystopian book sounds so cool- it’s about a rich patron named Knox and his proxy, the orphan Syd. Whenever Knox messes up, Syd is punished.
The Wells Bequest by Polly Shulman read by Johnny Heller – The companion book to The Grimm Legacy. I didn’t even know there was another book in the works! Fun MG series.
A lot of these narrators are new-to-me so I’m excited to discover some new favorites.
Let me know what you’re reading or listening to in the comments. Have a good week!
Posted on June 16, 2013, in Mailbox Monday and tagged Angelica Lee, Audiobook Week, Audiobooks, Penguin Audio, Rebecca Soler, Sarah Dessen, Simon & Schuster Audio, Young-adult fiction. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.