Drake Ramsey is back in a new adventure. This time he is seeking the lost Emerald Buddha, and he’s brought along some new, hilarious friends for this amazing Indiana Jones-style series, now available as an audiobook. Grab your gear and lets head into the Golden Triangle this week on a quest for the Emerald Buddha.
Comparisons will be made between Drake Ramsey and Indiana Jones, and for good reason. Ramsey’s Gold is one of the best adventure tales Michael’s come across, and it’s even more exciting as an audiobook.
A Warrior’s Penance is the third and final book in the amazing Castes and OutCastes series by author Davis Ashura. Not only is this one a must read, for fantasy and political intrigue, so is the entire series.
The plot threads left dangling from the first Dragonvein novel come to fruition in a big way in Dragonvein Volume 02. Fans of fantasy novels should definitely check out this series, especially now that it’s available as an audiobook.
With a plot that strongly resembles the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, The Fire Rose, Book One of the Elemental Master Series by Mercedes Lackey is an interesting take in the urban fantasy genre.
After a bit of a slow, and somewhat annoying start, the audiobook for What a Ghoul Wants picks up with excellent ghost hunting, which is why the series is so widely read. More of the latter part with this one, please.
Michael is relaxing with the audiobook version of Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls, which is book five of the Ghost Hunter Mystery Series. This one however is hauntingly bad compared with the rest of the series. Does it have a ghost of a chance?
Michael has been very impressed with the Reckoners series by Brandon Sanderson, and they come even more alive on audiobook. With Calamity, the series is being wrapped up, and Epic is too tame to describe it.
The Ghost Hunter Mystery Series rolls on with Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun. Michael is greatly enjoying the series. Come see if busting will make you feel good too.
Michael had so much fun listening to the first audiobook, What’s a Ghoul to Do, that he jumped right in with Demons are a Ghoul’s Best Friend. Does this one have the same punch and clever mystery?