Two short audiobook reviews!

I recently listened to two short audiobooks, and don’t have enough to say about them to make a whole review about them. So I thought I would combine the two 🙂

They have nothing to with each other besides the fact that they are both really short 🙂

Title: Coraline.

Author: Neil Gaiman.

Publisher:  HarperAudio.

Page count: 162.

Release day: August 4th 2002.

Genre: YA, children, fantasy, horror.

Rating: 4 stars.

GoodReads link!

I picked this up randomly since I needed a short audiobook that was released more than 10 hours ago. Came across this one, and here we are! This was such a weird book, but what do we expect from a Neil Gaiman book. It was weird, but I enjoyed it so much, mainly because I just had no idea about what to expect most of the time. GoodReads genre names this ‘horror’, I wouldn’t say it is horror, but it is definitely getting on the edge of being scary at times. Also one of the best things about this audiobook is that Neil Gaiman narrates it himself, he just has a perfect reading voice! It is also one of the reasons why I feel in love with his Norse Mythology! Definitely recommend if you want something quick and random!

Time for audiobook number 2.

Title: My sister, the serial killer.

Author: Oyinkan Braithwaite.

Publisher: Penguin Random house Audio.

Page count: 226.

Release day: November 20th 2018.

Genre: Mystery, thriller, contemporary, Africa.

Rating: 4 stars.

GoodReads link!

I mean how could I not have picked up a book with this title? This was also a bit of a weird book, but in a positive way! It is so different from most of the books I read. It shows a perspective on sister love, that I would not consider real. She cares for her sister so much, that she cleans up her murders for her! I loved the way the story was told, how we are recapping previous events, but are also reading about the current events. It was really interesting to see the main characters dilemma when her sister started dating the boy she loves. The reason I took a star is because I think the writing could have been better!

Have you read any of these? What did you think?

6 Replies to “Two short audiobook reviews!”

  1. OMG Coraline has been on my TBR about 16 times now and I just haven’t picked it up yet… but this is such a lovely review!!

    1. If you like audiobooks, I definitely recommend the one he narrates!

      Evelynreads says:
  2. Yeah, I wouldn’t call Coraline horror – but it definitely is creepy. Have you seen the film – I think it’s one of the few occasions where I’ve actually preferred the adaptation, even though I liked the book, the animated movie is an absolute feast for the eyes.Lynn 😀

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