Once again I've had a blast participating in the annual audiobook challenge hosted by Loupe @ Hot Listens and Jennifer @ The Book Nympho!! Many thanks to both Loupe and Jennifer for hosting the audiobook challenge each year.
Last year, I listened to a total of 48 audiobooks in all reaching the "My Precious" level as defined by the ladies at Hot Listens & The Book Nympho.
This year, I had set an ambitious audiobook listening goal for myself and set my sights on listening to 50+ audiobooks in attempts to oust last year's personal audiobook listening record. Unfortunately, I didn't reach my intended audiobook listening goals for 2015.
However, the good news is that I did listen to a total of 27 audiobooks in 2015 reaching the "Binge Listener" level as defined by the ladies at Hot Listens & The Book Nympho.
Here's a highlight of the audiobooks I enjoyed listening to (in no particular order of importance) in 2015:
1. Rain Gods by James Lee Burke
2. Hour Game by David Baldacci
3. Garden of Beasts by Jeffery Deaver
4. Crusader's Cross by James Lee Burke
5. Innocent In Death by J. D. Robb
6. Hot Target by Suzanne Brockmann
7. Cat Daddy by Jackson Galaxy
8. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
9. Getting Things Done by David Allen
The first seven books listed are works of fiction and the last three audiobooks are nonfiction. Click on the links above to read my review of each book listed.
As a side note, I thought actor, Will Patton, was the best narrator, hands down, out of all the narrators I listened to in 2015. He narrated both Crusader's Cross and Rain Gods. I also thought that Mike Chamberlin did an excellent job of narrating The Power of Habit. Did you discover any excellent narrators this year? If so, share which narrators made your listening experience to a book all that much better?
Which audiobooks did you enjoy listening to this year?