This is where all my favorite books are, if you just want an audiobook that is “the best i’ve narrated” regardless of genre then this is the place.
DragonMan – The Awakening – By Ted Lazaris
DragonMan: The Awakening – UK Link
DragonMan: The Awakening – US Link
A great book by Ted Lazaris, part of the Dragon Man Series that Ted has done but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone book. The book starts with a shaman “Alo” having visions of a terrifying threat to the world being born thousands of years ago, then the action moves to cryptozoologist Brad investigating the threat.
The beginning few chapters and the bits with Abaddon were definately my favorite parts but the whole thing was just very well written.
“This audible somewhat reminds me of the movie Phantoms by author Dean R Koontz. I actually enjoyed the introduction and the “phantom” voice. It hooked me immediately and have enjoyed it throughout. Narrator did a very well done. Different accent, I will give you that, but it worked great!
This was well written: plot was thought out, story line was equally well-done, each character given unique characteristics, and it kept me listening, trying to figure out what is going to happen next.
If you are looking for an audible that is not only entertaining, enjoyable, and thrilling, I recommend this! !
The Very Hungry Honey Badger – By S.M.Torres
The Very Hungry Honey Badger – UK Link
The Very Hungry Honey Badger – US Link
If you’re interested in a quick listen of something that’s just fun and a bit silly then this is definitely the book for you, for the price of a cup of coffee (From Starbucks or somewhere) you could by 8 minutes of hilarious listening.
“I LMAO through this entire listen! This parody of a children’s book was hilarious. perfect for a quick laugh. The narrator did a superb job acting out the characters. I just wish I could give it 6 stars. ”
An Elbow, A Flower, A Stairwell or Two – By Dale Stubbart
An Elbow a Flower a Stairwell or Two – UK Link
An Elbow, A Flower a Stairwell or Two – US Link
I’ve narrated many books by Dale Stubbart and if you like his style they are all worth checking out, but this remains my absolute favorite. I’ll leave it up to the reviewers to sum it up.
“Escher-like world of ‘what the hell is going on?'”
“Creative and interesting. “
“Weird, well written story “
“Short, confusing, intriguing. Worth a listen. “
Illness – By Matthew Cash
The Premise of this story is so intriguing, what if you could stop a disaster by becoming and monster, and you’re not even sure if you’re a hero or just plain going mad. I’ll admit this won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re into intriguing horror stories then this is the book for you.
Noise and Sound Reflections – By James Lawless
Noise and Sound Reflections UK Link
Noise and Sound Reflections – US Link
If nothing else, follow the link and check out the audio sample for this book, a story and a poem about noise, the language is beautiful and it allow me to narrate it in an almost rhythmic way, if you like wonderful flowing language then I simply cannot recommend this book enough.