Audiobook

Reviews of books in this format:

Lords of the Bow by

The second part of the Conqueror series continues the history of Temujin (Genghis Khan), starting from the final days of forming the Mongol nation and on as he invades the lands of their long-time enemy, the Chin. It follows the impressive feats of the hoard as it sweeps through the lands of more ‘developed’ and – Read the rest of this review

Chasing the Dime by

I’ve not read anything by Connelly before, but I was aware of who he is. I thought this would be a change from my usual mix of genres. It starts with coincidence and throws a few twists at you. Unfortunately, most of them were guessable. While it was a reasonable story, capably told, it was – Read the rest of this review

Inheritance by

This took a while to get through, in part because it’s so large — coming in at 880 pages. Also because the audiobook was split into two pieces and, lastly, I kept forgetting to renew my library rental, meaning I had to wait to get access to it again. I could have saved myself some – Read the rest of this review

Down to the Wire by

Honestly, I considered giving up on this a couple of times. I wanted to try something that wasn’t fantasy or science fiction or non-fiction, the categories I seem to keep falling into. This is a paint-by-numbers thriller. By that I mean the characters are thin, bland stereotypes and the plot, while is has some turns – Read the rest of this review