AudioFile Picks: Audiobook Reviews 6/9/17
It's no secret that we at RT love reading romance! And if you happen to see us with headphones on, but no book in hand, it's likely that we're listening to an audiobook. But audiobooks depend on more than just the plot, it takes an excellent narrator to bring the story to life. This is where AudioFile comes in, a print-and-digital magazine that reviews audiobooks so you know which stories are worth listening to. We've partnered with AudioFile to bring you a selection of romantic audiobook reviews every week!
Derek Perkins is a prolific and delightful narrator and a frequent Earphones Award winner for a reason—he, as he has said, has a "penchant for language." This is on full display in Book 4 of the Victorian Rebels series.
The Best Kind of Magic
Jeannie Tirado flawlessly narrates this urban fantasy. The story features visits to Chicago's diverse neighborhoods and touristy Navy Pier, home of Windy City Magic.
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Emily Bauer's narration of this contemporary ghost story is a poignant, pitch-perfect success. When her sister, Patty, died, Jenna blamed herself.
Author Sarah Dessen is top-notch at fast-moving teen dialogue, and narrator Karissa Vacker is wonderful at delivering it. Vacker captures the witty sarcasm of Louna, who believes that the possibility of love is limited.
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