Happy Friday! Today’s news & reviews features a recap of the Virginia Book Festival, lot’s of updates on audiobook challenges, and, of course, reviews!
- Literate Housewife recaps her trip to the Virginia Festival of the Book
- There have been lots and lots of bloggers/reviewers updating their progress for the 2015 Audiobook Challenge (via The Book Nympho & Hot Listens). Check out the list here.
- Audiobook Treasury reviews The Oscar Wilde Collection narrated by James Marsters, Jacqueline Bisett, Alfred Molina, Roger Rees, Eric Stoltz, Charles Busch, & Yeardley Smith
- Rabid Reads reviews A Hunger Like No Other, by Kresley Cole, narrated by Robert Petkoff
- Chronicles of an Avid Reader and Indie Author reviews My Sunshine Away, by M.O. Walsh, narrated by Kirby Heybourne
- Bookish Ginger reviews Eldest, by Christopher Paolini, narrated by Gerard Doyle
- Collector of Book Boyfriends reviews Pretending He’s Mine, by Lauren Blakely, narrated by Emily Durante
- Prism Book Alliance reviews Newton’s Laws of Attraction, by MJ O’Shea, narrated by George Somerset
- Audiobook Reviewer reviews Asylum (Time of Death #2), by Shana Festa, narrated by Sarah Tancer and The Breadwinner, by Stevia Kopas, narrated by Scott Birney
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