Hey everyone! So the last couple of books I've read have been really disappointing and when that happens and I'm at the library I tend to grab really random things because I think I'd rather be reading anything other than what I'm currently reading. So these are my library loans for April:
Dear Vincent by Mandy Hager - So I'm positive I saw someone review this last year but I can't remember who now. I have no idea if I'll actually get to this, it's definitely an impulse loan because anything has to be better than this sort of a loan but who knows.
The New Hunger by Isaac Marion - I wasn't that keen on the Warm Bodies novel, but I'm kind of curious because one of the things I wanted to know was how it all got started, possibly this will satisfy my curiosity.
Just A Girl, Standing In Front Of A Boy by Lucy-Anne Holmes - I haven't heard a single thing about this book (I haven't even looked at the back cover) but the title sounded whimsical and the cover looked cute.
I like listening to audiobooks because I do a lot of driving and it's much nicer to feel like I'm spending my time gainfully rather than just sitting in traffic. It's also a great way to de-stress from work and life in general. I know Mandee at The Bookish Manicurist was listening to the Juliet Stevenson audiobooks and really enjoyed them and she is a lady of exceptional taste. I LOVE the narrations, her voice is fantastic and light and they're so much fun. So far I've listened to Emma and Mansfield Park, both of which I've read before. Sadly though, a lot of Juliet Stevenson's narrations are abridged (both Mansfield Park and Emma were and I think Pride and Prejudice is too) so I'm trying to also track down the unabridged recordings.
Also, the auxiliary cable that I use to connect my iPod to my car stereo has died and I can't be bothered replacing it (again) so I'm looking for some fantastic audiobook recommendations from anyone who's got some?