Books I’ve listened to over the last few months. I spend hours a day in the car for work so I do a majority of my listening there and I listen at 1.5 speed.
Forging Hephaestus - Drew Hayes. Superhero type book only told from villains point of view. Great book, can’t wait for more in the series.
Sea of Silver Light - Tad Williams. Book Four in William’s Otherland series. People trapped in a virtual reality world. Wildly imaginative but the series is too padded.
Brief Cases - Jim Butcher. Series of short stories in the Dresden Files universe. Series is urban fantasy about a wizard in the modern world. Interesting but I’d rather have the next full book in the Dresdenverse.
Ex Patriots - Peter Clines. Book two in a superhero universe where the heroes failed to stop the zombie apocalypse and are now trying to protect the few remaining humans. Interesting mashup of genres.
Tell No One - Harlan Coben. Murder mystery book by Coben. He is easily my favorite non sci fi / fantasy author. He’s never written a bad book and they all are page turners.
No Second Chance - Harlan Coben. See above.
Lord of the Rings Trilogy - Tolkien. I’d read these many times as a kid but never listened to them. First read / listen since the movies. Blasphemy I know but the movies were better.
The Utterly Uninteresting Adventures of Fred, The Vampire Accountant - Drew Hayes. Humorous story about an accountant named Fred who is made a vampire and find its great because now that he doesn’t have to sleep he can do more tax returns. But he keeps unwittingly getting drawn into supernatural stuff.
Super Powereds Year One - Drew Hayes
Super Powereds Year Two - Drew Hayes. As I described in the year 3 book in my initial post.