preston, of course
these are the greatest books ever written and the narrator is amazing. but if you've gotten to book 5 you're already in love.
loved the book and Roy Dotrice is amazing. how he manages to make the voices of every one is way beyond me. the only thing I didn't like is the change he gave to Peter baelish's voice. but everything else is great
Queen Daenerys needs to win the overall game with all three Dragons unscathed. Glad we still have all three in play, we need more to return reigning supreme. Khaleesi is Christ!
I read the first four books on my nook. It took over a year because I'd put it down for a few weeks and then go back to it. There are just so many characters! (I've never watched the HBO show but I want to now.). I enjoyed the audiobook so much more. I'm very much looking forward to the next book.
It's hard to review such a popular series, even more so because it's still unfinished, but as I have read all five, and am definitely going to read the last two, it's definitely good enough.
So why am I writing this review?
Roy Dotrice's performance, which fleas been a total fiasco. Trying to make different voices for every character in a books series renowned to have way too many characters, resulting in most of them sounding the same; trying to make different foreign accents for imagined countries and cultures, with the same result. He got one thing right though, in the first book: The old, ugly, evil, toothless, foreign maegi. And when he got that one going so well, he used them for all female voices: The old, ugly, evil, toothless, foreign Cercei, The old, ugly, evil, toothless, foreign Daenerys, The old, ugly, evil, toothless, foreign Arya. A disgrace.
Had this been my first meeting with Audible, it would have been the last too.
Fortunately, I've now heard 70++ Audible books til now, and all of the readings have been a pleasure, so I won't give up on Audible as yet.