I'm sure there are many others who are, like me, anxiously awaiting the next book. All of us are wondering what horrors and triumph are coming next? And what about Brieanne? Where are the night's watch going now? I've read them all and listened to them all, and yes, I've even watched them all. In the Game of Thrones, you have to stay alert. Only one thing is certain, winter is coming!
I had to get used to the reader. But when I did he was fine. This saga is great! I read the other books so this was my first audio book, and I am not disappointed. Now I wait for the follow up like so many other....
If the book contained a cohesive story.
If he had kept the story moving. The author doesn't understand the increment of good story telling, or he wrote as though he was paid by the word. He added so much inconsequential detail, and did not keep advancing the multiple story lines he introduced, that I felt it was a total waste of time & money. The only truly interesting character in all five books was the dwarf.
Not a relevant question in light of the quality of the story telling. I would cut the ridiculous descriptive detail and focus more on developing the story lines to hold the reader's interest.
I think the author is overrated. No more fire & ice for me.
I just finished the fifth audio book in the series and it was amazing. I don't know what I will do now because the next book is not finished. I've even watched all the HBO shows four or five times. Please hurry with the next audiobook that follows this one. The reader was fantastic also!
Roy Dotrice is amazing. Hundreds of characters and voices bring The Song of Ice and Fire to life. Listening to him is my favorite way to consume these stories.