Though this is definitely a trip back to the universe of Westeros, nothing of note really happens in this book and in fact much time is wasted on apparently irrelevant events. Hopefully some of it will have something to do with the events in the fifth book. I enjoyed this one the least so far.
Roy Dotrice has narrated all these books, yet he kept pronouncing "Catelyn (Cat-lynn)" as "Caitlin (Kate-lynn)". Really?
The book was a bit slow in the beginning, but I found myself enjoying it. It was a nice change of pace to see things from Cersei and Brienne's POV, Arianne Martell has become one of my favorite characters, I'm disappointed she isn't in the show. Can't wait to start A Dance With Dragons!
The performer switched impressions for a number of characters in the book. This included little finger and Aria. The switch made almost every one sound the same and took a lot away from the performance. It also made the story difficult to follow from the prior books.
I loved reading Jamie, Cersei and Sam's point of views the most
An excellent book but a little more confusing then the previous three. If you struggle, do some googling for guides. It really improved my experience of the story.
Couldn't finish it. The narration was awful and distracting. Get the John Lee version if you can. This is the Audible equivalent of unwatchable television.
This book shows up in my kindle fire but won't play nor link to the book to follow along. Hopefully I can figure out the problem because when I can't read I listen while I'm driving or working
The story is without question the most boring of all the books. And Roy Detrice changed not only some of the voices of significant characters, like Baelish and Sam, he also changed the pronunciation of some of the names. The first one is excusable, but the latter is not. Very poor performance all around