top 5 for sure
seriously too many to count!
ALL OF THEM HE IS AMAZING I LOVE HIM!!!!
Um not its like 48 hours long.
If the skipping wasn't so bad I would love this book, the download kept stopping for no reason and I had to wait long period of time for it to work again.
And so my Watch begins...
Never read the print version, but Roy Dotrice has a great voice and inflection that you can get reading it.
Spoliers. Read it and decide. Red Wedding anyone?
As I mentioned above, skilled read, egrossing voice, very entertaining experience.
Impossible to do, but I would have!
So worth the price of my membership! Took forever to get through it all, so much to listen to.
Roy Dotrice's characterizations are an acquired taste, but consistent and entertaining none the less.
I just achieved App Master!! I never thought I would make it this far!! Thanks Audible
WOW!!! We know that Martin does'nt care to kill off any character but in the Storm of Swords he takes it to a whole new level,nobody is safe and i mean nobody. Over five main characters get took out in this book and your left wanting more.. At the end of this book Tyrion is on the run King Stannis is back in a major way with John Snow at his side?maybe.
And Daenerys is well on her way with one less knight at her side.Arya and Sansa are still lost trying to find their way and you know Jamie and Queen Cercey are still in love and making everyone pay for it.After all this i will say onething Littlefinger is infront winning the Game of Thrones... Three books into this great story and Littlefinger keeps coming out on top... but what do you except in the GAME OF THRONES...
For some reason, Tywin Lanister starts speaking in the style of Churchill. At first this was amusing, then it started to get really annoying.
I've read the first two books of this series and I have seen the TV portrayal. Then I wanted to switch to an audio version while I walked each morning. I really tried to get through the book because I know the novel is great. But the narrator just turned me off completely. He is very, very good with the various forms of English accents, but his raspy voice of an older man just doesn't convey properly the other characters of a woman, young man or boy. That is when I decided that it would be best to continue to just read the books and let my own imagination be the voices of the characters.
Yes, this was a book that had alot of twists that kept me on the edge
I think he was good, I have been watching the show and already had a different voice with each of the characters.
This book built up to "The RW" and kept at a high pace allthe way to the end with yet another suprise.
I especially enjoy the way the author tells the story from varying points of view of the different characters. This really brings the story to life. Also having the same narrator continues the consistency between volumes. Not to mention the authors way of making me repeatedly go, "I did NOT see THAT coming!"
Without giving too much away, let's say the Starks' luck is not getting any better.
When Arya was trying to get to her family at the Frey's and the Hound has to take drastic measures to stop her.
There is such an enormous cast of characters in this book that it's often difficult to keep them all straight and who is allied with whom. I've purchased several of the paperbacks in part for the maps and list of houses and their allies.