Well worth a read, the narrator is good keeps you interested can't wait for the next.
"Get the names right"
Other than the narrator changing they way the pronounced the names of particularly Joffrey and petyr he did well.
Well read, but the voices given to the characters are weak and doesn't give them the credit they deserve.
so much better than the TV series, a great audio book I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it
"Why are tyrion and tywin Welsh?"
Love the story. Some of the narration is annoying. Why are two of the lannisters Welsh while two others aren't? Regular errors on place names, character names. Is he joffrey or jeffrey? Is it winterfell or winterfall? The eerie or the irey?
I really enjoyed the book. It has filled in a few gaps for me alongside the TVs series
"Couldn't stop listening"
33 hours flew by in a matter of weeks and far quicker than I was expecting to have it finished by. Having seen the television series, I knew what was going to happen but all the extra detail that you get with the book adds another level to the appreciation.
Roy Dotrice narrates the book well but as this is my first audio book I have nothing to compare his performance to.
I will be downloading the next book in the series as soon as I receive my next credit.
"A brilliant tale"
A book that actually lives up to the hype. The narrator really brought this story to life. Totally recommend.
"Applause for this gripping story"
Listening to this story is a wonderful adventure. The narrator paints the pictures of westros clearly in his descriptions . I was on the edge of my seat to hear what happens next.
"Hard to get in to"
I struggled to get into this ab. I think maybe i was against it because of the tv show.