Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Four Years of Audiobooks

Adolescent Audio Adventures began on February 25, 2011. I wanted to share my joy of audiobooks with others who enjoy listening to books. It's been another amazing audio year and it's time to take stock of all the books I heard over 2014. Let's break it down...

Juvenile Fiction [estimated trt: 5 days, 15 hours, 38 minutes] 
Splendors and Glooms
For Young Women Only
The Interrupted Tale
Sky Raiders
The Wig in the Window
Froze: Junior Novelization
West of the Moon
Hero's Guide to Saving the Kingdom
Hero's Guide to Storming the Castle
Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw
The Incredible Journey
The Christmas Quiet Book
In a Glass Grimmly
The Secret of the Key
One Came Home
A Snicker of Magic
Fortunately, the Milk
The Mouse with the Question Mark Tail
The Smallest Gift of Christmas
Rogue Knight
The Shadows

Adult [trt: 1 day, 8 hours, 2 minutes]
Mandela: An Audio History
The Family of Jesus
The Greatest Gift
The Thousand Dollar Tan Line
When Books Went to War
Food: A Love Story

28 books (and over 150 hours) were counted in this year's review.  Seven more titles than last year and over a day more of listening! It's always a surprise to figure out each year's summary. The most memorable titles when I look back at the list include The Thousand Dollar Tan Line, When Books Went to War, Brandon Mull's newest series Five Kingdoms, and the Hero's series.

This year I am looking forward to the next Five Kingdoms' title Crystal Keepers, the final Books of Beginning title: The Black Reckoning and the titles available this summer at Audiobook SYNC. What book or books are you looking forward to hearing this year? 

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