The two novels I've got going now are The Last Dragon (a Batchelder Honor Book) and Peter Pan in Scarlet. It's a good thing that I've got the Pan cast of characters pretty straight in my head, because it's in these fantasy worlds that I can get my books mixed up.
The Last Dragon is narrated by Patricia Conolly, who -- up to this point -- is using a very high baby voice to depict the main character, the "last elf" named Yorsh (and many syllables after that, but since I don't have the print version I can't tell you what it is), which is extremely annoying. I hope now that Yorsh is 13 years older that we can dispense with the babytalk.
Peter Pan in Scarlet is treading dangerous water for me: I loved, loved, loved the original as a young reader and so far what I mostly am is confused. Tim Curry -- another great audiobook narrator -- has chosen a kind of know-it-all snarky meanness to personify Peter, and -- while I intellectually understand that choice [Peter can be a mean know-it-all], right now I'm not liking it!
But, I'm barely two hours into Peter and about four into the Dragon, so things may change.