The author seems to have run out of story, and he fills 1100 pages with endless descriptions of food, clothing, heraldic arms and scenery. Roy Dotrice does a great job sustaining interest while nothing happens.
One of the greatest cliffhangers in recent memory! The twists at the ends of each book, are as unforseen, as they are exciting. This one had me wishing for more chapters. Loved every moment of it.
hard to jump between so many characters, but still fascinated with all the different story arcs.
I am in love with this series. Roy Dotrice is an amazing narrator. I hardly felt the length of this book because of how engrossing the story and the narration was.
I continue to listen to this book series over and over. Everything is super discriptive and you can easily get lost in the world George has created. Roy is a great narrator and I hope George can focus on his writing so Roy will be able to do the next two books.
I've enjoyed Roy Dotrice's performances so far and this is certainly no exception. However, I'm a stickler for uniformity and continuity, so I found that slight change in voices just a tiny bit annoying. I hadn't read/listened to this book before seeing the southpark episodes. They make more sense now.
The narration as with the rest of the series is nearly impeccable in this volume. however this book is not as action-packed as some of the predecessors. that being said it seems like George Martin is doing a lot of setup work for finishing up the series . between this book and a feast for crows I perfer this 1.