I love the series and Roy's telling of it. was a little concerned when he changed some of the characters voices like peter balish and even changing the pronunciation of his name from petar to Peter. just a couple things like that but overall still a great story and an excellent telling.
I love Roy and I understand it was years between books 3 and 4 & 5 and other issues, but why didn't someone in the production of the latter two say hey here is how you pronounced the names before and here is a sample of the voices.
Other than the above issues, I loved the book and the narrater. If you can get past the Kat now Kate type stuff, then it shouldn't bother you too much. Just live in this book.
This narrator has done all of the game of thrones books in the series so far, but for some reason in this telling he changed all of his voices and changed his pronunciation of some names. Very aggravating.
Mr. Dotrice changed several accents you've grown to know as well as some pronunciations. Petyr is pronounced Peter in this version instead of Petire like the previous ones for example; but overall, excellent listen.
Roy Dotrices performance is always a joy to hear but now I'm not sure how some of the character names are pronounced anymore. Is it Cait-lyn or Cat-lyn, Pe-tar or Pe-ter? Either way I did enjoy this book though not as much as Storm of Swords.
Narrated superbly, differs from the show slightly. Amazing, must listen for Game of thrones junkies!!!!! Can't wait to get to dance of dragons, hopefully "winds of winter "will be released (next book in series) by the time I finish this!!!!!
Loved it and can't wait to listen to book 5. This will be my second time through the book series after watching the last HBO installments 2014 (?) season.
I won't go into detail, it's still a great book but it's from the pov of all the characters you'd rather not hear from. Very little from your favorites.