Audible for Late February 2016.

I ended up picking a new series, Neal Asher’s Owner Series (I used my 2 credits to pick up the first 2 books), to listen to rather than get the 2 Witcher books (The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny) I originally planned to get, probably due to Richard K Morgan and Market Forces (which I just finished and liked, narrated very well by Simon Vance) and wanting something non fantasy for this month to listen to. I think it will work out well because in March I will be doing a re-listen to the First Law Trilogy and First Law World Series, I have already picked up the rerelease of the Steven Pacey version of Best Served Cold and pre-ordered The Heroes which is out on March 15th then I can finish up the Owner series in late March with a spare credit that I may use to pick up something new.

Dragonwrath, Tarecgosa’s Rest.

I got the legendary quest done this week, and it was worth it for the mount alone. It took about 2-3 months to complete and it was a lot easier to get than Shadowmourne was, and a bit less grinding than Fangs of the Father. I got with my Frost Mage Traya and this is the 4 legendary I’ve completed so far, the rest are more drop related. I’ve got 5 total legendaries on my Death Knight, Rogue, Shaman, Hunter, and Mage.

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Audible for February 2016.

So this month, I picked up a couple of extra credits and used them to pick up Richard K Morgan’s Market Forces, and pre-ordered Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold and The Heroes both narrated by Steven Pacey. Best Served Cold narrated by Stephen Pacey is out on the 16th, which at the time of writing this post is in 40mins from now, and The Heroes is out on March 15th 2015.

I’m enjoying Market Forces so far, it’s a nice break from all the fantasy books I’ve been reading the last few months (KingKiller Chronicles, The Harry Potter series, and GRRM’s A Knight in the Seven Kingdoms), and it is narrated by Simon Vance. I’m about 5 1/2 hours through it so far, with about 10 hours left to listen to, and liking it a lot. When I’m done this book, I’ll immediately start listening to Best Served Cold narrated by Steven Pacey.

A Knight in the Seven Kingdoms is the last audiobook I listened to and it was very good, good enough to keep my interest in the A Song of Ice and Fire series and I thought Harry Lloyd’s(who played Viserys in Game of Thrones) narration was very good.

When my audible credits roll over for February I’m still on track to pick up Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny.