Amazon’s Echo plays audiobooks now. Check out the news and the weekend’s audiobook reviews.
- Amazon’s voice controlled Echo Speaker can now read audiobooks
- Ali McDowell says It’s All About the Narrator: Jim Dale
- Bibliophilia Please reviews Huntress Moon, by Alexandra Sokoloff, narrated by R.C. Bray
- Rainy Day Ramblings reviews The Hollow Ground, by Natalie S. Hartnett, narrated by Luci Christian
- Book Lover’s Life reviews Ted Saves the World, by Bryan Cohen, narrated by Steven Jay Cohen and Ever Near, by Melissa MacVicar, narrated by Melissa Redmond
- Collector of Book Boyfriends reviews One Pink Line, by Dina Silver, narrated by Amy McFadden and Christina Panfillio
- Prism Book Alliance reviews A Foreign Range, by Andrew Grey, narrated by Jeff Gelder
- Paranormaly Yours reviews Eighth Grave After Dark, by Darynda Jones, narrated by Lorelei King
- Caught Read Handed reviews Jackaby, by William Ritter, narrated by Nicola Barber
- Audio Book Reviewer reviews
- One Book Two reviews Blood Lines, by Eileen Wilks (Graphic Audio) and Cemetery Girl Part 1: The Pretenders, by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden (Graphic Audio)
- Dab of Darkness reviews
- Horror Reviews for You reviews The Cold Beneath, by Tonia Brown, narrated by Chris Barnes
- Sixth Dimension Audiobook Reviews reviews The Art of the Theatre, by Sarah Bernhardt, narrated by Kitty Hendrix
- Boys in Our Books reviews Lost Treasure, by Kate Sherwood, narrated by Jem Matzan
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