I understand that there are to be 7 books in this series, but as of this writing there are only 5. I listened to them all, one right after the other, ..Show More »
I just finished listening to this one and I can't wait to hear the rest of the series... Roy Dotrice's Performance is superb.
I thought it was a fantastic story, and well narrated. My #1 pet peeve, which I found really irritating, was that the listening chapters didn't line u..Show More »
Carries on from 'Game of Thrones' and doesn't disappoint. Some characters have disappeared whilst others develop into excellent characters. What is so..Show More »
As good as the books are, and they're very good indeed, it's Roy Dotrice's narration that makes the whole thing sing. As a comparison, the audiobook o..Show More »
The story and narration are excellent, but is it too much to ask for the audio book to be constructed properly? The chapter breaks do not align with t..Show More »
Everything. Don't mean to be glib. But it is simply brilliant.
There are times when the story seems to be almost obtusely taking it's time to get somewhere but the story is still fantastic and the narration is sti..Show More »
If you, like me, have been listening to the Song of Ice and Fire Series as read by Roy Dotrice, then odds are you've grown accustomed to not only the ..Show More »
The pov character of Cersei is interesting, she is such an important character in the series it feels like the audience is now privy to some new insig..Show More »
After the first three in the series I would have definitely said yes but this is such a disappointment I may not finish the series unless there is a d..Show More »
While I disliked having to wait five years for A Dance with Dragons as much as anyone else, I wasn’t too disappointed with the experience of reading i..Show More »
After book 3, I was gutted to find out Roy Dotrice didn't do the narration for book 4. Instead, some talentless no-mark got the gig and, almost withou..Show More »