Do you Audible? – Audible Review – Bang by E.K. Blair
I have recently (within the past few months) began listening to books on audible. I find when my children are not in my car, I can’t find something to listen to other than the latest One Direction or Ariana Grande song..over and over again.
The wonderful world of Audible has changed my life. I listen when I am driving and cleaning or walking. I put on my headphone and I can “read” and clean all a the same time! No complaints from my family that I am reading all the time…it’s the best of both worlds. This past September I walked a 3 day, 60 mile walk for breast cancer. To prepare for the walk, well, I did a LOT of walking. This walking surely interfered with my reading. How to solve that problem? Get audible. It was my saving grace!
I just finished listening to Bang by EK Blair…see our review of Bang the book here
Here is my review of Bang…on audible
I have to be honest and tell you I read Bang when it came out last year! The book “rocked my world”. It’s one of the “go to” books when a friend asks me to “What should I read?” It’s also the book that most of my friends text me and say “What the f did you have me just read & when is the next book coming out?”.
I found this book to be one of my latest genres of books to read. It’s an erotica book but also a mystery/thriller book.
This book can’t be summed up in a few words. Disturbing, depressing, life changing, hopeless and twisted are just a few words that come to mind immediately.
Almost all of the books I have listened to I have already read. But honestly, the audible version gives me a slightly different reaction and perspective. I am a fast reader and I feel I miss quite a bit. So going back and listening to a book on audible makes it that much better. I couldn’t agree more with the audible version of Bang!
The narrator did a wonderful job and she read with such passion that I could almost hear the tears as she spoke at times. She had the Scottish accent of Declan which made it so much nicer to listen to. I am always concerned when a book has both male and female conversation. I am always so afraid the woman narrator speaking like a man will be awkward, however, she did it seamlessly and beautifully. It makes me want to read Echo (the next book) even more now!
As it was when I read it, as an audible book – it’s gets 5 Stars!