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Here’s something quick and easy for the middle of the week, just a short meme. Just copy and paste to your own post (and, you know, obviously change the answers so they’re yours and not mine).
Current/most recent audiobook:
Stormbringers by Philippa Gregory, narrated by Nicola Barber
Barber does a great job bringing the humor of the secondary characters to the forefront when it could easily be lost. HOWEVER, I made a point of doing the audio for Stormbringers because I really enjoyed the audio of the first book in the series, Changeling. The narrator of the first book was different, though, and I’m still in the phase where I am mourning a bit for him, because he did a great job as well.
Current/most recent favorite audiobook:
My favorite recent audiobook is one that I’m pretty sure I left off of Monday’s post. Oops! But it would be Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight, narrated by Khristine Hvam.
I was also pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed consuming Dan Brown’s latest, Inferno, in audio. I think audio is the way to read Dan Brown and narrator Paul Michael is a perfect fit for how I imagine Langdon.
Favorite narrator you’ve discovered recently:
Khristine Hvam! I know that everyone else (especially if you listen to a lot of YA audio) already knows Khristine Hvam, but I hadn’t had the pleasure until recently. Technically I heard her briefly when she was part of the ensemble cast of Emma Donoghue’s Astray, but I didn’t really get to see (okay, hear) her shine until Reconstructing Amelia.
One title from your TBL (to be listened) stack, or your audio wishlist:
It is one of the newest things in my TBL stack, but I am dying to get to Fay Weldon’s Long Live the King, narrated by Katherine Kellgren. I listened to the first book, Habits of the House, and thought it was just wonderful, I’m excited for this one.