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Posted June 8, 2019 by Anne in Giveaway, JIAM, Series on Saturday / 24 Comments

This is a new feature I developed where each month we will look at our favorite – the best – series in a genre.

Narrators have a big impact on how great these series are.

In this post, I will be highlighting new-to-me audiobook series I have discovered in 2019. These are series I prefer(red) the audio rather than reading them. These are not the best series or best audiobooks for the year which I will cover in November.  There are some additional new series where I have only listened to one book (so far) and did not include them. These are new series which I have definitely enjoyed.  I would recommend them to anyone, although they are diverse in genre.

My newly discovered Audiobook series are (in author alphabetical name order):

       

Tracy Crosswhite series    by Robert Dugoni            Krewe of Hunters series  by Heather Graham

Narrator: Emily Sutton-Smith                                    Narrator:  Luke Daniels

Mystery / Thriller                                                           Romantic suspense

 

         

Bill Hodges trilogy  by Stephen King                          His Fair Assassins series  by Robin LaFevers

Narrator: Will Patton                                                     Narrator: multiple

Mystery / Thriller                                                              Historical fantasy

 

       

Impossible Times series by Mark Lawrence                Stage Dive series by Kylie Scott

Narrator: Matthew Frow                                                  Narrator: Andi Arndt

Science fiction                                                                     Contemporary romance

 

What series have you recently discovered on audio?

Leave me a comment below and let me know your favorite audio series or newest finds. Have you listened to any of  my new listens?

So I have some audiobooks on CD which I bought or had for review and I will be giving away over this post and other posts.

Giveaway:

This giveaway will be different than others I have done.  Enter through the rafflecopter below. Because of shipping, this will be US only.  I have listed the titles which are available for the giveaway.  I will start with picking one winner.  For every five new subscribers to the blog, I will pick another winner. Winners will have some input as to which audiobook they prefer. So tell your friends about the giveaway and the blog!   Any I do not give away this month will be given away at a future date.

         

Run to Ground   by Katie Ruggle,  narrated by Callie Beaulieu  (MP3)      (Romantic suspense)

Clean Sweep by Ilona Andrews, narrated by Renee Raudman  (CDs)          (Urban fantasy )

Lock In by John Scalzi, narrated by Wil Wheaton (MP3)                                 (Science fiction)

       

Red Sister by Mark Lawrence, narrated by Heather O’Neill  (CDs)                 (Fantasy)

Krewe of Hunters  by Heather Graham, narrated by Luke Daniels (CDs)    (Romantic suspense)

4 abridged books: The Night is Watching (9), The Cursed(12), The Hexed (13), and The Forgotten (16)

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I read all types of books but my favorites are urban fantasy and romantic suspense.I like some romance and some action / adventure / mystery in everything.I like sex in my books but please, only between TWO people.Intimate conversation is equally important to the sex in a book.It lets me see the characters.The other thing I enjoy is humor.

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Posted June 8, 2019 by Anne in Giveaway, JIAM, Series on Saturday / 24 Comments


24 responses to “Series on Saturday: Audiobook series

  1. I have to go with Sianim/Aralorn series by Patricia Briggs (Narrator: Katherine Kellgren). It’s Epic Fantasy and I feel deep down that if I had read I’d have had trouble, but with the audio for the series it brought all the epic stuff to the forefront and made an amazing series to listen too.

  2. From yours, I’ve only done the Robin LaFevers and one Kylie Scott, but I liked them.

    I think this year’s favorite discovery for me is Alan Bradley’s Flavia de Luce series narrated by Jayne Entwhistle, then Denise Domning’s Servant of the Crown series that is narrated by Gildart Jackson. But others I like are Kendra Elliott’s Mercy Kilpatrick series narrated by Teri Schnaubelt, Danielle Garrett’s Beechwood Harbor Ghost mysteries narrated by Amanda Ronconi, Morgan Brice’s Badland series narrated by Kale Thompson.

    • I’m listening to the BH Ghost mysteries and I read the Mercy Kilpatrick series. I enjoyed both. I haven’t tried the others. I think you’re the one who pointed me at Morgan Dane and I loved those. I would recommend the Tracy Crosswhite ones highly.

  3. Laura Lovejoy Brunk

    My new series on Audio Books that i enjoyed this year is The Winternight series by Katherine Arden. Great series and it really help doing an audio book on this series with t being based in Russia.

  4. Amy Duffy

    I just enjoyed listening to “Surviving The Fall” by Mike Kraus. I liked that it covered multiple aspects of what could happen in different situations in a SHTF world. It coved getting home when you are far away at the time of an event and being home and protecting your home and family.

  5. I really have liked the audio for Christina Lauren books and after reading a few of their works as ebooks I think I find that audio adds something to their quirky sense of humor that I makes it even better as audio.

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  6. Jen

    Hmmmm… in 2019 only? Lady Sherlock series by Sherry Thomas – AMAZING and love in audiobook format! I’m also enjoying The Camper & Criminals Cozy series by Toyna Kappes. I listened to the first in the Maple Syrup Mysteries by Emily James and plan to listen to book two soon. There are a couple others, but they are new series – with only one book out, so, I’m not counting those.

    • yes I had to limit myself or I could list too many. Everyone’s list would be different. These are ones I discovered this year, which have more than 1 in the series so far. I love the Lady Sherlock series but I’m pretty sure I discovered that last year. If not, I have screwed up and it should be on this list!

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