The story itself is top notch as is the recording quality...but I find it inexcusable that Mr. Dotrice and the project manager utterly FAILED to review the previous books in order to keep the voices and names consistent. Very disappointed.
a boy from norway 23 years old. listen to audiobooks beacause i i hate reading, but i love the storys that are written down.
not as good as the previous books. but still worth listening. the night is dark....
I like that this book familiarizes you with Westeros more than the previous books. It focuses more on the current state of the seven kingdoms and less on specific characters. This book leaves many of the characters out completely which was disappointing but still worth the listen.
The performance in this book is very poor. Dotrice does give each character their own voice but he changes them so much from the previous versions it really takes away from the experience that you come to expect.
I enjoyed the book but I found it kinda boring, I'm not a big fan of cersei and adding new characters into the book made it difficult for me to keep up with. I listen to my books at work and I found myself more often having to restart a chapter or rewind by several minutes because I would start to wander off in my imagination on tangents, most of them cersei's chapters. None the less the book was great just wish there were more original characters. If Jon and tyrion were in this book instead of waiting till book 5 I think I would've enjoyed it a lot more.
He changed how he pronounced the names of charters and used different voices for characters when compared to the 1st 3 books