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Audiobook Wrap Up & Mini Reviews

Audiobook Wrap Up & Mini Reviews

While at work, I listen to audiobooks. I have listened to so many books over the last couple of months, and I don’t always share a full review for audiobooks. So this post will cover the Audiobooks that I listened to in October, November, December and January and I will share a mini-review on the book if I didn’t write a full review for it.

At first it was really hard for me to transition from reading physical books to listening audiobooks. At first I was hesistant to add it to my Goodreads because I thought they didn’t count unless I was actually reading them.

One thing that helped me transistion from physical books to audiobooks was listening to the audiobook of a book that I have already read. This makes it so that I don’t have to focus all of my brain power on the story, and I can still get work done!

I will oftentimes start a series and not finish it, so what I have been doing the past couple of months is restarting series via audiobook and then reading the physical book. It saves a lot of time this way by not re-reading books that I have already read, and it helps me remember all of the characters and the storyline.

So without further ado let’s get into the books I have been listening to as audiobooks:

Red Queen

(Red Queen #1)

This is a re-read for me – you can read my original thoughts on the book here: Book Review: Red Queen.
I re-read this book so that I wouldn’t have any excuses to finish reading this series. I own Glass Sword, so hopefully it is a book that I pick up soon!
I gave this book 4 out of 5 stars.
**Kind of predictable
**Fun magic system
**Enjoyable characters
Just remember, “Anyone can betray anyone.”
Young Adult – Fantasy – Sci-Fi – Dystopian 


Love & Luck


This is Jenna Evans Welch’s second book. I read Love and Gelato on Netgalley early last year and it was such a light and fun read that I decided to give Love and Luck a try. You can read my review of Love and Gelato here: Book Review: Love & Gelato.

I gave this book 3.5 out of 5 stars

**Characters that grew through the book

**The travel aspect was so fun!

**Light and fun read

**Sibling relationships

**Guidebook aspects that mixed up the narration


Young Adult – Contemporary – Romance – Travel 


Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow

(Nevermoor #1)

I gave this book four out of five stars.
**Crazy colorful characters and descriptions
**whimsical and Harry Potter-like
**magical – read it even if you don’t like Middle Grade
Childrens – Middle Grade/ Young Adult – Fantasy



(Dumplin’ #2)


I gave this book 3 out of 5 stars

**Epic friendships

**Feel good book

**Definitely had the second book feel


Young Adult – Contemporary – Realistic Fiction 



(Dumplin’ #1)

I gave this book 3.5 out of 5 stars
**Fun story
**Southern Flair
Young Adult – Contemporary – Realistic Fiction – Romance



I gave this book a 4 out of 5 stars
**Alice in Wonderland Retelling
**Mysterious Characters
**Fun Fantasy Read
Fantasy – Young Adult – Retelling



(The Lunar Chronicles #2)


I gave this book a 4.5 out of 5 stars.

This was another re-read for me so that I can (hopefully) finish reading the series. I absolutely love this series and I just have to finished Winter before I complete it.

**Little Red Riding Hood Retelling

**Fantastic World building

**Enticing Cast of Characters

**Common fairy tales re-imagined and re-written with a sci-fi twist


Young Adult – Fantasy – Science Fiction 



(Uglies #2)


I gave this book 5 out of 5 stars!

This was another re-read and I have to say that the audiobook made the experience so much more enjoyable. In the first book, Uglies, I was immediately drawn back into Tally’s story and I was so excited to listen to Pretties as an audiobook! It is so entertaining!

Young Adult – Science Fiction – Dystopian 


Go Set a Watchman

(To Kill a Mockingbird #2)


I gave this book a 4 out of 5 stars.

I absolutely loved To Kill a Mockingbid, so when I found out there was a book written about Scout as a young women, it immediately caught my eye.

This book is narrated by Reese Witherspoon and it was enjoyable to listen to.

It isn’t as entertaining or as inspiring as to Kill a Mockingbird, I think this comes from the main character being an adult and not a child.

Fiction – Historical Fiction – Classics



Do you listen to audiobooks?

Recommend your favorites in the comments below!

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Sarah June


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