What happened? The narrator totally changed the voices that he does for some characters and also started mispronouncing names. For example he sometimes says Kate-lyn and sometimes Cat-lyn. It totally takes me out of the story! I wish I had read the reviews before purchasing this one, because I don't know if I'll be able to finish it.
I haven't been able to get very far in this because of the narration, but I also don't really care about who's going to be the new king of the drowned men. That part drags on and on.
Pronounce the names correctly, be consistent in the voices used for characters
I didn't listen to enough to find redeeming qualities.
Previous books in this series pronounced Catlin Starke as Cat*kin. This book her name was pronounced Kate*kin. Likewise previous books pronounced Petar Baylish as Pe*tar. This book his name was pronounced Pee*tee. Very annoying! Makes one feel the cast of characters changed without introduction. The Editor should have caught this during production before releasing.
as with all GoT books so far I am entranced by them. they are brilliant.
I felt like this book did not progress the story very good. Viewing this series as a chess match, it was almost like there were a few pieces on the board and one player was evading all their pieces and the other player was full out offense that could never catch another piece or do anything really.
I feel like if you're going to write a book, progress. Add secrets, make the story fulfilling and add to your own world. I just feel like this was almost and insult to this world.
More hope and far less gore. This book has mega-gore that does not add to the story. Also Marten should stop adding characters and have the story (stories) go somewhere.
Roy Dotrice is a truly great reader, I can see the various characters as he reads.
I'm looking forward to seeing what happens to the main characters.