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Martin's story continues with some new characters and some really interesting changes in the plot.
The main people in this book take way too long to get to anywhere, and spend way too much time just walking around talking to random people you don't care about.
Too many new characters, I wanted to read about the characters from the first three books and have an ending to the story.
It was not easy to get thru the book without some of my favorite characters,
The book is very true to it's name, A feast for crows, but I understand that I needed all this... Read more
There is lot of questions unanswered and I assume they will be answered in Dance of Dragons. I do enjoy George Martin's imagination. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Jeanette B.
This is a great read for those who like political intrigue, well written characters, and a bit of sword and sorcery.Published 5 hours ago by Andy Janssen
There are plenty of negative reviews here so I will be brief. This is a poorly edited work, obviously scrapped together from character notes, partial chapters, etc. Read morePublished 1 day ago by E. Smith
The slowest of the books, in my opinion, but still worth the read, if only to get on to the next one with all the needed back-story!Published 2 days ago by Jenni7