Drew ascribes his love of stories to an aunt giving him a hard back edition of Dracula & Frankenstein for his 8th birthday. Since then he’s been an avid reader of books, short stories, and comics. He is a regular blogger at “The Scribblings” and is working on his own writing.
Comics are fundamentally a visual media, so adapting them to a purely audio format is going to be a challenge. Adapting Neil Gaiman’s award-winning The Sandman series which features Morpheus, the lord of dreams, might be even more so. I’m pleased to say that it’s a challenge that Dirk Maggs and Audible met head-on.
War is coming to the land of Danastaer and a disparate group must prepare themselves, not only for the coming conflict, but to confront the mistakes of their pasts.
How much the average reader gets from this book will be dependant on two factors; how invested they are in Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series and how much they enjoy history.