First up: my audio picks. I'm still (yes, still) wrapping up Geek Love on audio, and while I'm actually liking the story, I'm really convinced audio was a bad pick for this one. It's too dense and jumps around between characters and timelines too much to listen to, but I'm committed now, so I'll finish it. The narration is excellent, by the by, in case anyone is curious about that. When I get through the last hour or two of that audiobook, I've also got James McBride's Song Yet Sung going on audio for a few upcoming car trips.
In print, I'm looking ahead to April galleys: The Fishermen, by Chigozie Obioma; The Dead Lands, by Benjamin Percy; Whispering Shadows, by Jan-Philipp Sendker; and One Nation Under God: How Corporate American Invented Christian America, by Kevin Kruse. I'm about 10-15 pages into each of these (I was sampling to decide what to read next, which Andi says she does as well), and while I'm sure not all will stick, I'm looking forward to seeing what will.