This continuation was a joy from start to finish. Mr. Martin certainly knows hire to weave av engrossing tale.
Love to learn, love to be entertained, and with a commute like mine, audio books are a godsend!
I can handle a book being long or boring, but both is too much. The story is largely flat until about half way through, and ends on some fairly solid notes. You might want to consider the abridged version (though I haven't listened to it) if you're on the edge of losing interest. It was a struggle to listen to sometimes.
This one is a mixed bag, in some ways the weakest, and in some ways the strongest I've listened to date. The whole thing is worth the listen, just know your interest might wane like mine did.
Tyrion, but there are many other great character I feel he performs well too.
Not since Tolken has a story teller created a world so vivid and compelling. Storm of Swords continues the story of Ice and Fire revealing the true conductors of the music they all dance to!
This book was phenomenal. I never wanted to put it down. No haven't watched the series on HBO and was blown away by the wedding. Roy's voice is amazing as he reads, very easy to follow as he speaks.
Probably not, it's really long and not a book that really lends itself to enjoying repeats.
Jon Snow is my favorite character because he's freaking Jon Snow.
I probably would listen to another book narrated by Roy Dotrice, provided that he were told by somebody how to pronounce names. Pe-tire Baelish, Bri-een of Tarth, Mellisand... just abysmal.
I found it quite enjoyable, I just wish that I'd read it/listened to it, before I saw the show.