Not only is the story brilliant, the narrator is the best I have ever heard! He does all the voices and accents. I don't know how he remembered them all. Brilliant!
Enjoyed this thoroughly. My 2nd time thru and just as enjoyable as the first. Highly recommend. Can't wait for WoW
This is one of the best shows I've ever seen. Problem is (I never thought I'd say this) watch the show, ditch the audiobook. This would likely be a good read, but listening to the story was disappointing, a little funny, and lackluster.
The most memorable part was listening to the narrator do EVERY VOICE EXACTLY THE SAME. Very confusing when Aria sounds exactly like Robert Baratheon. A little girl shouldn't sound like a fully grown, lecherous, beast of a man.
There I was, thinking I was about to get a series of books I knew for sure I would enjoy, and stupidly got 3 books in the series in one go. The narrator can make or break a good book, and he tore this book up, burned it, and buried the ashes in the middle of a dead forest.
Definitely. Just that good.
It was real, he connected with every character and you know when someone else is talking
Yes, I was so attached to the characters in the story, I laughed, cried, screamed, sighed you name it, I felt it.
George R. R. Martin's writing is to the point with details coming in waves sometimes completely irrelevant to the story. Roy Dotrice's performance does nothing but accentuate those short, to the point sentences with little done to emote the actual story. Mix that with his "I've smoked too much in my life" gargly voice and I couldn't make it past the 5th chapter. I have officially give up on the audio version of this book and picked up a used copy to read.