Seit 1987 lebe ich in den USA, seit 12 Jahren in Virginia.Hoere deutsche Buecher um mit deutscher Literatur auf dem laufenden zu bleiben.
This is not the Roy Dotrice from the first three books. He changed some of the characters' voices. High born people sound like street urchins and others sound like a drunk Winston Churchill. The story continues but is definitely feathered out into many unfinished subplots. Of course, I will buy the next book the see the story come to a conclusion; and that's what this book feels like: just a teaser and a bridge book to the next one.
Yes, but I personally enjoyed reading the other books in the series more than I did listening, but still wasn't bad. Mainly because it is easy to get lost since it is sometimes difficult to understand what is being said because of the jargon.. Sometimes I had to read the chapter summaries online in order to keep up, especially on the chapters where George Martin introduces whole new plot lines and characters. It can be difficult to understand what is being said.
Yes, but it was annoying how he pronounced many of their names incorrectly.
That is pretty impossible with a book this length Amazon.
I enjoyed this book and someday will revisit it and hopefully catch any subtle sub plots I may have missed. I enjoyed the voice changes.
No, I typically do not revisit books.
I have to, he narrates the series.
There was a noticeable change in the way Dotrice narrates the book. He has changed the way names and places are pronounced and his voices are not consistent from book to book. If, like me, you are listening to the books in succession it can be distracting.
I don't know why they didn't review the old audio books prior to making this one, but so many of the voices and names changed between the previous books and this one, that it became highly disappointing.
This book is very different from the first three. It is more a book of political intrigue and personal reflection. A Feast for Crows appears to be a clever staging ground to set up the next stories. While only a few major plot points appear to be settled, much of the story is meant to either allow your imagination to wonder, be the base for following titles in the series, or flat out vex. But even the vexing is sweet.