Kristen Reads Too Much



Work is boring! Someone tell me a story!

Review: Stone Cold Bastards by Jake Bible

Gargoyles! This is a type of creature that you don't often see in fantasy. There's so much amazing potential for them as either protagonists or antagonists in fantasy though. This book came to my attention because the audiobook is narrated by... Continue Reading →

Review: The Cycle of Arawn by Edward W. Robertson

Yeeep, the whole thing. An entire trilogy (I promise I won't spoil any of it.) That's how this audiobook comes. Firstly, I wasn't expecting to actually sit here and listen to the entire thing at once (I didn't. I have... Continue Reading →

Review: Fae – The Realm of Twilight by Graham Austin-King

I listened to the first volume of this series in audio late last year and so then immediately hoped and hoped for a volume two audiobook- and LO AND BEHOLD, IT IS HERE! I'm going to keep this as spoiler-free... Continue Reading →

Review: Soulstone – Awakening by J.A. Cipriano

Nerd alert! If you weren't aware, I'm a bit of a gamer... Okay, more than a bit, lol. I met my husband on World of Warcraft, FFS. >.> So, I'm okay with a books about video games. The whole LitRPG... Continue Reading →

Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

Last year, he announced that he had written a book of Norse Mythology, and the world rejoiced (well, I mean... I rejoiced. I assume others out there did too. I don't keep track of the *whole* world). And so the... Continue Reading →

Review: Godsknife: Revolt by Timothy C. Ward

Admittedly, it's been a little while since I've gone for the whole post-apocalyptic horror-fantasy. It's not a genre I actively read, though I can't say I actively avoid it either. I was offered this book by the author in exchange... Continue Reading →

Review: The Reborn King by Michael R. Miller

Normally I have so much more time for audiobooks over physical books but it's been the opposite this year so far. However, once I had a chance to start this one, I *made* time to listen to the rest. Oh yes.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher

Guys.... I think that Euan Morton just became my favorite narrator. Seriously. I would happily listen to this man read me the phone book. What the world (OK, OK, just me) really needs is for him to record versions of all... Continue Reading →

Review: What Remains of Heroes by David Benem

A good start to the year calls for a good audiobook! Good audiobooks help me stay on task at work, which is excellent... as far as actually doing work at work goes. My boss thanks you, Mr. Benem. Lannick deVeers... Continue Reading →

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