Narrator: Emma Galvin

Audiobook Review: Arcana Rising by Kresley Cole (@kresleycole)

Audiobook Review: Arcana Rising by Kresley Cole (@kresleycole)

When I heard the news that the ARCANA CHRONICLES were going to stretch two books longer than originally planned I feared that Kresley Cole’s sensational Young Adult trilogy was going to lose some of its shine. Listening to ARCANA RISING cured any doubts that I may have had about the author’s ability to prolong Evie […]

— Posted May 11, 2017 by Carmel / 4 Comments
Audiobook Review: Dead of Winter by Kresley Cole

Audiobook Review: Dead of Winter by Kresley Cole

This audiobook was #4 on my most anticipated reads of 2015 list, so it’s with a heavy heart that I give it 3-stars. The dystopian universe created by Kresley Cole in THE ARCANA CHRONICLES that I’ve come to adore was dwarfed by this series’ love triangle, and the plot whittled down to Evie’s boy toy […]

— Posted January 9, 2015 by Carmel / 68 Comments
Audiobook Review: Endless Knight by Kresley Cole

Audiobook Review: Endless Knight by Kresley Cole

Going into POISON PRINCESS I couldn’t help thinking Young Adult—this is going to suck, but Kresley Cole’s writing quickly won me over to Evie’s side, and then Emma Galvin sealed the deal with her mesmerizing narration. And now, here I am, completely committed to this series, and putting my stamp of approval on book 2. […]

— Posted October 31, 2014 by Carmel / 54 Comments
Audiobook Review: Poison Princess by Kresley Cole

Audiobook Review: Poison Princess by Kresley Cole

This was my first Kresley Cole book—I know, I know, someone slap me! Her IMMORTALS AFTER DARK series has been on my radar for a while now thanks to Melanie from Hot Listens who reminds me DAILY that it features sexy Scottish werewolves (my kryptonite), but then Jennifer from The Book Nympho started getting on […]

— Posted September 22, 2014 by Carmel / 110 Comments
Audiobook Review: Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater

Audiobook Review: Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater

I was originally planning on reading SINNER ‘just for me’ because I don’t typically review novellas, but at 368 pages this story can’t really be labeled short. Then I succumbed to the lure of Whispersync when I realized that the audiobook featured not one but two narrators. And, of course, the lower price helped too. […]

— Posted July 28, 2014 by Carmel / 80 Comments