Detrice is so monotonous. After the first three books you realize you've been spending 140 something hours with him and the voice in your head starts to sound like his, which is normally part of the audiobook experience I admit. But the content in feast for crows can't hold it up.
A close second to being the best book in the series so far. A lot of questions were answered and some of the story lines were eliminated, making it less challenging to follow. I was wondering how Martin was going to keep all the stories in line and still be able to finish with only seven. I recommend this book and the series to anyone who is a fan of Harry Potter, LOTR, David Eddings, ect. Great performance by Roy Dotrice! I am looking forward to the next book.
I've read all the Game of Thrones. Books prior to this one and decided to listen to A Feast for Crows. Unfortunately it was a bad decision on my part. I simply could not stand the reader. I'm sure Mr. Dotrice is an amazing performer but on this book found it very challenging to listen to him attempt to read the woman's parts in his voice. I got through 10 hours and gave up. I guess I'll read it on my Kindle.
Roy's many voices make the Game of Thrones books an even greater pleasure to listen to.
The reading was still nice, however, Roy changes his pronunciation of names and use of accents from previous readings. It was a little disappointing and distracting.