I loved this book. I already thought Schwab was great, but this book combines so many things I love – history, travel, France – and it’s really character/relationship driven. The story is complicated, and there were lots of times I found myself trying to… Continue Reading “Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab”
2020 was a good year for audiobooks, since mostly what I did was take long walks every day to get out of the house. Audiobooks were also a great distraction inside the house, perfect for things like baking and laundry (things I also did… Continue Reading “2020: My Year in Audiobooks”
If you haven’t listened to a lot of audiobooks, but you’re thinking about it, here are some recommendations, organized by some of the categories I like best by audio. For discussion of how audiobooks differ from print books, see Part 1.
I “read” my first audiobook last May, and audiobooks quickly became a major part of my reading life. I started listening mainly so I could be more active. I didn’t think I would enjoy listening to books, so I started with something on the… Continue Reading “My Year of Audiobooks (Part 1)”
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