Just Audiobook Reviews

Just Audiobook Reviews: Read detailed information, with minimum or no spoilers, about the narration and story of audiobooks I've listened to.

Category Archives: Mystery/Suspense

Audiobook Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling

by admin on July 14, 2013

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith/J.K. Rowling  (Crime Thriller) Narrator: Robert Glenister does a great job narrating this story. Initially,  I had to adjust to his female voices, but as the story progressed, I enjoyed them more and more. He has a great stash of male voices and does a good job  with the various […]

Audiobook Review: Hunter: A Thriller

by admin on June 11, 2013

Hunter: A Thriller by Robert Bidinotto Narration: Conor Hall has a “settle in and be auditorily entertained” ambiance to his reading. His suite of male voices is  impressive and wonderful to hear. In this story, he does tend to use the same voice for the bad guys as he uses for some of the good ones. […]

Audiobook Review: The Last Israelis

by admin on May 20, 2013

The Last Israelis by Noah Beck Narration: Jeffrey Buckner Ford’s narration is expertly done.  He handles the voice of a child with the same ease as he does a generous supply of foreign accents and female characters.  His pacing is perfect. Among his best contributions as narrator of this story is his ability to keep […]

Audiobook Review: The Empty Mirror: A Novel

by admin on May 12, 2013

The Empty MIrror: A Novel by James Lincoln Collier (Mystery/Suspense and Historical Fiction) Narration: Adam Verner’s narration is well done. His female voices are tolerable, and it’s apparent enough that a lady or girl is speaking. My pleasure with his reading  is based on Adam’s projection of the mood and tone of the story. His […]