I loved the character inflections the narrator introduced. It helped distinguish the characters and added flavor to the story. I cannot say that it was better than the print version but in terms of the narrator and how this audio book fit perfectly into my schedule I would say this worked out far better for me. I had tried to read the book but simply did not have the time.
No. I already listened to it.
Terrian Lanister. He is a very complex character. It's hard to figure out if he's a good guy or bad guy.
The narrator did a fantastic job of creating different voices and accents for each character, and there are a lot of characters. He makes it very interesting to listen to.
This is one the best fictional books I have listen to yet. Can not wait to listen to the rest of them!
After many of the chapter breaks, it repeats the last several seconds of the previous chapters. The 4th section is by far the worst. It repeats several entire chapters from section 3.
I am a proud Mexican woman that loves words and reading/listening to books. I also believe that only through knowledge can we achieve progress.
Book I is my favorite book of all of them. The narration in this book is fairly consistent however it does waver a little between pronunciations of some names.
After Larry McMurtry stories.
John Having to deal with secound rate ststus in a family but coping well
yes but way to long
No. But the voice in my head is hard to beat ;) I would highly recommend the audio though.
This is the best series I've found since the "Dark Tower Series".
I love his rich accents.
The whole book is full of twists, turns and surprises.
Fantastic fantasy novel
It's action-packed, but not busy. There's enough happening to constantly keep my interest, but not enough to leave me confused.
Great story teller
Winter is coming.
Unfortunately, I must give a low rating for the performance, as it's obvious that the book was ripped from a CD without much care to properly convert it to the format Audible uses. For example, every 60-80 minutes, there's a pause and then the narrator repeats the last sentence (a telltale sign that it was a CD change). I hope Audible will fix this, as it's below the quality standard I've come to expect from the audio books here, and far below the standard seen in Audible Frontiers productions.
One of the best books I've read this year.
Reminded me of The Stand, or Lonesome Dove. A sweeping epic with many characters to learn.
His accents and voices bring the characters to life.
Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
This was not what I expected. This is on of the few books I've gotten that actually put me to sleep.