#JIAM16 Spotlight Narrator Day : Jim Frangione #LoveAudiobooks

#JIAM16 Spotlight Narrator Day : Jim Frangione #LoveAudiobooks

For #JIAM16 I am going to spotlight some of my favorite narrators. I plan on doing one a day until the end of June. I hope you will give them a listen and if you have favorite narrators use this month to thank them for bringing such rich layers to stories we love! About As […]

Posted Jun 14th, 2016 in JIAM

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Audiobook Review: The Shadows by J.R. Ward

Audiobook Review: The Shadows by J.R. Ward

Read for Fun/Listened for Review (Kindle/Penguin)
Overall Rating: 1.00
Story Rating: 1.00
Character Rating: 1.00

Audio Rating: —– (didn’t listen to enough on audio so not rating)

First Thought when Finished: The Shadows by J.R. Ward will be loved by many but just not me. To be fair, the last 3 books have been rated 3, 2, 3 (with both 3’s being barely) so it is fair to say that I should probably break up with the series (which is sad because 13 books investment is no small thing).

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#30DaysOfThanks2014 Day 19: That’s What I’m Talking About, BookaholicCat & Jim Frangione

#30DaysOfThanks2014 Day 19: That’s What I’m Talking About, BookaholicCat & Jim Frangione

Blogger: That’s What I’m Talking About

Blogger: BookaholicCat

Narrator: Jim Frangione

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Read It File It Audio Review: Dash of Peril by Lori Foster

Read It File It Audio Review: Dash of Peril by Lori Foster

Read for Review/Listened for Fun (Blog Tour/Audible)
Overall Rating: 3.00
Story Rating: 2.75
Character Rating: 3.25

Audio Rating: 4.00 (Not part of the overall rating)

Read It File It Review: Dash of Peril by Lori Foster was not my favorite in the series but seeing all my favorite characters made me smile!

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Audiobook Review: Lover at Last by JR Ward

Audiobook Review: Lover at Last by JR Ward

Listened for Fun (Audible)
Overall Rating: 2.75
Story Rating: 2.50
Character Rating: 3.00

Audio Rating: 4.00 (not part of the overall rating)

Overall Thoughts:

I listened in Audio so I am marking times not pages.

Here are my 5 main thoughts (this book has been reviewed enough that I don’t feel the need to say what other people have said already):

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