Audiobook Recommendations January 2023

Wow! It’s been over a year since I recommended Audiobooks. My excuse, I’ve been busy moving to another State. When you move 800 miles away, if gives you a lot of driving time to listen to books.

Just a reminder, I don’t listen to self-help books or romance books; I listen to books that are entertaining, adventurous, and will keep me awake while I am driving. That is why my list consists of all LitRPG books. If you see me just sitting in a parking lot, it because the book has gotten really good and I waiting for it to get to the end of a chapter.

I spent a lot of time listening to books in the Divine Dungeon Series Artorian’s Archives, by Dennis Vanderkerken and Dakota Krout. I finished Book 6 (there are currently 13 books in the series) and was tired of Artorian. I decided to put that series on pause and branch out to other books. I am so glad I did. The adventures of the zombie Digby were entertaining and so was Rockland’s survival of the apocalypse.

Here is my list:

David Petrie

  • Ravenous: A Zombie Apocalypse – Book 1
  • Revenant: A Zombie Apocalypse – Book 2
  • Rend: A Zombie Apocalypse – Book 3
  • Ruin: A Zombie Apocalypse – Book 4

Ryan DeBruyn

  • Equalize: Ether Collapse – Book 1
  • Excise: Ether Collapse – Book 1
  • Earthdom: Ether Collapse – Book 1

John L. Monk

  • Underpowered Howard

Dakota Krout

  • Lord January: Year of the Sword – Book 1
  • Lady February: Year of the Sword – Book 2
  • Dokeshi March: Year of the Sword – Book 3
  • Invent: The Completionist Chronicles – Book 7
  • Implode: The Completionist Chronicles – Book 8
  • Anything: Full Murderhobo – Book 2

Christopher Johns

  • Crimson Queen: Mephisto’s Magic Online – Book 2
  • Aetherocalypse: Mephisto’s Magic Online – Book 3

Xander Boyce

  • Temper: Red Mage – Book 2
  • Fracture: Red Mage – Book 3

James Hunter and Dakota Krout

  • Libriohexer: Wolfman Warlock – Book 2

Sorry Jay Boyce and Ted Dekker your books didn’t make the list. Jay your book was a big let down from the first three books. Ted I am sure your book was well written and entertaining, but I just don’t remember much of it.

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