Audiobook Bloggers Week – Friday Listens

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It’s day six of Audiobook Bloggers Week! Miss Pippi at Adolescent Audio Adventures put this event together, and all week we will be celebrating all things audiobooks! Visit Miss Pippi to get the #AudiobookBloggersWeek schedule of events and find new audiobook bloggers to follow.

Today’s prompt:  Friday Listens – What are you currently enjoying in audiobook form?

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I have the hardest time choosing an audiobook to listen to, especially in the fall when there are so many great options out there.

My current YA listens are:

When the Moon was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore, read by Raviv Ullman, Bailey Carr – In this beautiful magical realism story a transgender boy falls for his best friend. I enjoyed listening to this author’s last book, and I like that this audiobook has dual narration.

A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir, read by Katharine McEwan, Fiona Hardingham, Steve West – I enjoyed listening to An Ember in the Ashes so I had to continue the audio journey. Fantasy works best for me in audiobook format.

Some options for my next listens are:

The Mothers by Brit Bennett, read by Adenrele Ojo – Set in a Black community in Southern California, this debut is about three friends and how their choices one fateful summer follow them over the years. I have this in print too, so I might trade off with the audio.

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne, read by Katie Schorr – This workplace rom-com is about a love/hate relationship with a coworker. Sounds fun!

What are your Friday Listens? Have you read or listened to any of the titles on my list?


5 thoughts on “Audiobook Bloggers Week – Friday Listens

  1. Mary M says:

    I’m listening to Tangled Vines by Helen Dinkelspiel.

  2. I’m struggling to get into my latest audio – Good As Gone. I may have to start it all over again.

    1. Lucy says:

      Oh, really? I’ve been meaning to start that one. Will look out for your review!

  3. Mary M says:

    Oops, that should have been Tangled Vines by Frances Dinkelspiel

    1. Lucy says:

      Thanks for your reply – I was looking up the book and couldn’t find it! This sounds like a fascinating read about the CA wine industry. Hope you’re enjoying the audio 🙂

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