Friday, March 23, 2012

84.85 Hours of Audio Excitement

Audiobooks on CD

The Black Arrow by Robert Louis Stevenson. 7 CDs at 8.5 hours. Young orphan discovers his guardian killed the orphan's father. Orphan joins the fellowship of the Black Arrow for vengeance during the War of the Roses.

At Last Comes Love by Mary Balogh. 9 CDs at 11 hours. These romance novels always have pretty models on the cover. Am I supposed to believe that gals who look like that are having trouble finding dudes?

Deadly Game by Christine Feehan. 11 CDs at 13.25 hours. Another one of those ghosts and vampires and werewolves and witches kind of books.

A Perfect Blood by Kim Harrison. 13 CDs at 17 hours. The cover model on this one is leaning over and showing cleavage so you can assume it is not one of those Amish romances. Some scary guy in the background is veiled in fog.

The Lady Most Likely... by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway. 7 CDs at 8.6 hours. "A novel in three parts." Looks like each author tells the story from a different character. The model on this cover has her back to the reader and is wearing some fancy 1890s dress.

The Mormon People: the making of an American faith by Matthew Bowman. 9 CDs at 11.5 hours. I was going to write that this is probably not that exciting but considering that everyone was trying to kill the Mormons until they hit Utah this has some great potential.

Raylan by Elmore Leonard. 5 CDs at 6.5 hours. Guess who is behind on episodes of Justified? That is correct, I am behind on episodes of Justified. Every time I watch that show I think I should by another Glock.

Stop Acting Rich: ...and start living like a real millionaire by Thomas J. Stanley. 7 CDs at 8.5 hours. His advice? Don't spend any money. But, how will I buy a new Glock? How about a used one?

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