Narrator: Stephen Fry
Length: 8 hours and 44 minutes
My thoughts: I had already read the Harry Potter series before but I’ve been wanting to reread it for a while now and decided to give the audiobooks a try. I love the narrator and diving back into this world and reacquainting myself with these characters that are so very dear to me feels like finally coming home after a long time abroad.
Number of pages: 119
My thoughts: This book was really hot (much like its cover suggests) and it was just what you can expect from a Whitney G.’s contemporary romance novella. The only expectations I had for this book were entertainment, steamy attraction between the main character and her love interest, humor and little conflict. It did not disappoint, hence the four star rating.
Number of pages: 352
You can read my spoiler-free review here.
Number of pages: 284
My thoughts: I loved this book. Alex Lidell’s writing is amazing, the world-building was amazing, the romance was amazing, EVERYTHING was amazing. I will be writing a spoiler free review very soon!
Number of pages: 436
You can read my spoiler free review here.
Number of pages: 300
Wonderful read. You can find my review here (mild spoilers).
Number of pages: 326
The first in The Bargainer trilogy. I can’t wait to see more of Des in the next two books. You can read my review here.
Total of pages read: 1,817
Time listening to audiobooks: 8 hours and 44 minutes
Overall, I feel very satisfied with the books I’ve read this month, though I do wish I could’ve further advanced on my TBR list. There are so many books I’d like to read before the end of the year!! But finals loom in the horizon, as sure as Christmas Day, and I can only hope to get at least 1 hour of reading daily. Thank god for audiobooks and traffic hehe.
November turned out to be great because I discovered so many new amazing authors I’ll sure be revisiting in the future: Laura Thalassa, Mindy McGinnis, Margaret Rogerson (wonderful debut but write a sequel, woman!), S. Jae-Jones (surely an auto-buy author for me in the future) and Alex Lidell (speechless).
Liddell’s way with words had me hooked on page one and wishing I was the heroine, somewhere in the middle of the ocean aboard a pirate-filled ship, around chapter 2. Her world-building and story telling boast a quality I had a long time without encountering which is why…
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