Continuing the story for the most part is all I can really say positive. I'd have to echo previous sentiments that after becoming used to the characters' respective voices from the first three books they all changed, and not for the better, in this book. It's the same narrator but he switched up and it's hard to identify in the same way. Also after 3 books with mostly main characters rotating in the story line we suddenly go to all minor characters, hard to keep them all straight, and the few main ones seem, such as Circe, to keep showing up in machine gun fashion. Have to admit I loved the first three but wasn't crazy about this one.
I will try book 5 and hope for the best.
Not sure since I loved his first three performances and will hope this was a glitch only.
Yes, to tie up the loose ends.
Think that says all I need to say.
The narration was good, but different than his other narrations which was slightly unsettling. Perhaps the director missed that some pronunciations had changed. A small detail, but important for consistent immersion into the story.
My first being A Storm of Swords. As with the others, Roy Dotrice does an outstanding performance. And anyone who is a fan of the series will not be disappointed as far as the continuing storyline.
Great book. A little jarring that the characters voices changed but you get used to it.
I'll never stop listening. ... smashing. only way to drive my truck now ...brilliant sound
I listened to all three previous GoT audiobooks, and was very impressed by the story and the performance. In this book, however, the reader pronounces character names completely different than in all previous books. It almost felt like he read this one first, and didn't seem to be performing the characters comfortably. "Lady Cat-Lynn" was suddenly "Lady Katelyn" a small change, but enough to feel grating during a 30-plus hour book.