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I agree with the earlier review - it would make a good movie.
The main character was curiously passive for most of the book, and the Kavalar characters, including Gwen's "husband," are a bit too stereotyped for my taste.
The book is well paced, and has a number of plot twists that have you reevaluating your views of the characters.
Published in the 1970's, Martin's first novel showcases a talent that the world has now recognized with the HBO adaptation of his Song of Ice and Fire series. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Chip Hunter
Another George R.R. Martin masterpiece. No matter the genre, George pens stories that are spellbinding. As with the others I've read, I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald E. Medaris, Jr.
Dying of the Light begins as Dirk sets off to the dying planet of Worlorn as flawed, confused and hopeful as can be, trying hard but failing to hold on to a golden past that has... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Justice
This will not be a review with spoilers, nor is it particularly long. I just want to say that I disagree with most reviews that state the novel's ending is sad or tragic. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carly
I have rather recently discovered Mr. Martin and his quirky style of writing. Since reading Game of Thrones, I have enjoyed several of his books. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Saturnman
A waste of time and money. This book almost turned me away from his others series. Don't waste your time.Published 5 months ago by Robert Burkheisr
THIS NOVEL IS NOT UP TO PAR EVEN BY HALF TO ANYTHING ELSE THAT I'VE READ BY MARTIN-Tedious and boring and overwrought with soul searching dialoguePublished 6 months ago by Amazon CustomerBarry J.
The ending fell flat and incomplete. If I wanted to leave a story to my imagination, I would not have chosen a book.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer