- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 33 hours and 50 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Random House Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: December 9, 2003
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0001DBI1Q
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A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Of course they weren't wrong.
What George R.R. Martin has done here defies genre, period. It doesn't matter if you're like me and don't care for this sub-genre of fantasy... it doesn't matter if your like my spouse, and don't like fantasy at all. If you enjoy brilliant, incredibly-developed, thought-provoking stories... those with a strongly developed cast of characters who blissfully lack being "good vs. evil" and instead all display their shades of grey, good traits, evil traits, unique traits, all sorts of traits... then this book is for you. Buy it. Open it up. Start reading. You won't regret it.
However, my issue is with the books themselves. When I got to the second book I noticed that approximately 70 pages are missing. I can't tell if this is the case for the rest of the books, but I'm certainly dissatisfied with the product.
Love the leather backing. Feels great holding.
The books are rather small. Feels quite tiny in my hands.
The font is small and bunched together really well.
Feels like quality though.
4/5 - Not a 5/5 because of the small size
I recommend getting the individual books if you want books that aren't this small.
Absolutely amazing, I never read books and i cant put these down.
He really has a way with setting a world up and going through each event.
There is pain and terrible things that happen in this book, but if you can stick it out it will be well worth it.
5/5 - This is an absolute must buy for fantasy lovers out there.
I've been watching the HBO GoT series and finally read the books. I like reading fantasy so this is right up my alley.
Mr Martin does a great descriptive job to set the scene and bring the details to life. In doing so the books are quite long. Really long. He also develops the characters much as they are portrayed in the HBO series. This again adds to the depth of the books and the lengths as well.
After reading all the books in this series, the ending of "A Dance with Dragons" leaves the series unfinished. The final two books are so intertwined that events in both books happen in the same chronological period. If the number of plots and characters are not befuddling enough, then the plot events will make your head spin.
I'm not waiting for the next book in the series, if it ever comes out. Most likely the HBO series will further the Fire and Ice plots at a much quicker pace than Mr Martin.