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Audiobookish is a podcast for everyone that loves audiobooks. Your hosts Poppy Knight and Fahed will be reviewing new audiobooks and classic titles that are close to their hearts. Audiobookish is all about discovering the best stories in publishing's most exciting format.
 
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Episode Notes We chat about The Carpet People. We had some harsh words for it. About the book: In the beginning, there was nothing but endless flatness. Then came the Carpet…That’s the old story everyone knows and loves. But now the Carpet is home to many different tribes and peoples and there’s a new story in the making. The story of Fray, sweepin…
 
Episode Notes We had a blast discussing this thrilling and innovative take on true crime. It is a surprising and strange story of family dysfunction, coming of age, and, how difficult it is to get to the truth of things. Thanks to Penguin for the ARC. Blurb: What happens to those girls who go missing? What happens to the Zoe Nolans of the world?In …
 
Episode Notes We review the classic fantasy trilogy by Philip Pullman. All three audiobooks were advance review copies provided by Penguin Random House. This is our longest episode to date. The His Dark Materials Trilogy is one of Poppy's favourites as mentioned in our pilot episode. With a review this long our discussion of The Northern Lights, Th…
 
Episode Notes We review the audiobook adaptation of the 2000 AD classic graphic novel. We chat about Celtic myths, feminism, and the advantages of shorter audiobooks. This is the last episode of season one. We will be back soon. Thank you all for listening and sharing. DescriptionFor too long the people of Tír na nÓg have suffered under the dominio…
 
Episode Notes Today our guest is Sherry Green. We discuss Sherry's love of stories and ask her about her top five audiobooks. Sherry is a bibliophile who teaches by day and reviews books by night. She is an avid user of Audible, Libby, and Hoopla and enjoys nothing better than nice hot beverages, well-narrated audiobooks, and long walks with her do…
 
Episode Notes This week's episode is a discussion of No Fixed Abode by Maeve McClenaghan. No Fixed Abode starts with a simple question: How many homeless people are dying in the UK every year? What follows is a thorough investigation of homelessness policies, the people on the frontline trying to help those seeking support, and the stories of the h…
 
Episode Notes In an exciting first for us, we chat with author Samantha Hunter about the launch of her excellent audiobook Flamingo Fashion. The interview covers her inspiration for creating the story, why she choose to make it audio-only and advice to other writers. You can buy Fashion Flamingo from Audible. All audiobook & Kindle sale profits wil…
 
Episode Notes We chat with Rebecca Fortuin who is the Senior Audio Editor at Farshore Books. We discuss what makes a good audiobook, her dream projects, and much more. You can find Rebecca on Twitter at @TWA2Becky. She had a brilliant blog where she reviews audiobooks and provides advice about publishing hopefuls about working in the industry. http…
 
Episode Notes We review The Mermaid of Black Conch by Monique Roffey. This beautiful novel was the winner of the 2020 Cost Book Award and the 2020 Costa Novel Award. The audiobook is narrated by Ben Onwukue and Vivienne Acheampong. Our discussion covers the use of music in audiobooks, our love of horrible villains, and how some books are written to…
 
Episode Notes In honour of International Women’s Day, here’s our review of Toksvig's Almanac 2021 by Sandi Toksvig, which celebrates forgotten women missing from history books. We talk about book covers, historical listicals, and the challenges a book like this poses in the audiobook format. IWD2021 theme this year is #ChoosetoChallenge. The Toksvi…
 
Episode Notes Welcome to the pilot episode of Audiobookish, where we introduce ourselves and our love of audiobooks! We talk about our top 5s and what we’re listening to at the moment, have a detour to Norway and finish on the age-old debate about the best way to listen to audiobooks. We hope you enjoy it and come back for more! Please leave a revi…
 
Episode Notes Audiobookish is a podcast for everyone that loves #audiobooks. Your hosts Poppy Knight and Fahed Rahman will be reviewing audiobooks both old and new. Our first episode will be out in February. Please follow subscribe to Audiobookish wherever you find things to put into your ears and follow us on social media at @audiobookishpod https…
 
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