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This book gets a lot of hate, but I quite enjoy it. It will never compare to the first 3 books, but I like it more than book 5.Published 4 days ago by Michael Capuano
I can't wait to start the next book!!! It leaves you wanting more and to start reading right away. I can't get enough.Published 8 days ago by Megan F.
I had heard so much buzz about the series so I decided to read the first book. I am hooked on the series.Published 9 days ago by Carolyn McKenna
If you haven't read it, even if you're watched the TV show, read the books. If you have read it, read it again!Published 10 days ago by Amanda L Moore
'A Feast for Crows' isn't necessarily an easy read, but is essential for the final few booksPublished 11 days ago by Wil Goodman
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|Who are Jon's Parents?||
I agree with your Rhaegar-Lyanna theory; there are just too many hints to be ignored and it's one of the plotlines that I'm hoping will come to fruition later in the series. However, in regards to Eddard's promise to Lyanna, isn't it possible that they were trying to keep Jon a secret from... Read More
Aug 14, 2006 by Ricky T. Mai-Nguyen | See all 80 posts
|A Dance with Dragons||
Dang, good question. I thought I had A Dance With Dragons on preorder. Its been almost 3 years since Feast for Crows, and still no sign of the follow up. GRRM hasn't updated his 'Ice and Fire Update' on his blog since Jan 1, 2008. He updates his regular blog, though. I didnt see any mention of... Read More
Sep 11, 2008 by Toro Rojo | See all 43 posts
|Audiobook version of A Feast for Crows||
George got back to me as far as the audiobook and no Roy, here's the cut and paste if you will:
"I have forwarded your comments on to Random House Audio. I would prefer to have Roy back for the next volume as well. On this one, he apparently had a prior commitment on the dates Random... Read More
Dec 27, 2005 by D. Ferreira | See all 100 posts
|Cersei's Prophecy (spoilers)||
Yes, I've been thinking along those lines, I was also thinking valonqar more likely means younger brother than little brother, and even though Cersei and Jamie are twins one is always born before the other. So if Cersei was the first to emerge then Jamie could still be her younger brother (even... Read More
Dec 19, 2005 by P. Clark | See all 33 posts
|The last 10 years with Martin - A History Lesson||
Paul A. Slaughter wrote: "I do not write when away from home. I've tried. Doesn't work, at least not for me."
Hahahaha! He's ALWAYS on vacation or away from home.
Oct 30, 2010 by SiK99 | See all 14 posts
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