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A Feast for Crows Audiobook, is the audio adaptation of the fourth installment in the series of high, epic fantasy novels in the book series called A Song of and Ice and Fire, was the first book in the series which debuted at the top of The New York Times Best Seller list. It is yet again written by George R. R. Martin, who, by the time the book had already been published, was known because of its prequels. Like its predecessors, this book is a thick one; so thick in fact, that R. R. Martin, along with his publishers, almost split the original manuscript’s narrative into two separate books. It did not happen, however, and it was published on October the 17th, 2005.
Much like each and every one of its predecessors, A Feast for Crows was nominated for various book awards, including, of course, the Hugo Award, and the Locus Award. Despite not winning any of them, the sheer popularity of the series by then had elevated this book’s status, once again. The novel, again just like its prequels, already has more than 20 foreign language translations to its name, e-books, and audio books left and right all over the internet, and, judging by the pattern of the television series which adapted the whole series’ plots, may be the basis for the 4th season of the small screen TV series, Game of Thrones (more commonly known as GoT).
Though the e-book versions of this novel indeed are widespread, and since the television adaptation has not hit the small screen just yet, the audiobook versions are the more preferred alternate versions by many interested individuals out there. Audiobooks, in general, have already been highly favorite even before A Feast for Crows was turned into one. However, now that it has become one, demand for it has never been higher.
Dozens upon dozens of different audiobook versions of this particular book are available online, over the internet, while other versions are also available in CD format. There are even some versions which are narrated by some celebrities; all you have to do to obtain one copy for yourself would be to dig hard enough on the internet, and you may come across one quite quickly. If you do want to listen to an audiobook version of A Feast for Crows, the only choice you have to make would be which particular version—that is, whose voice is it you want to hear while he or she is narrating the book—would you prefer?