146. A Feast for Crows (George R.R. Martin)

Sunday, September 09, 2012
The fourth book in George R.R. Martin's series, A Song of Fire and Ice. Martin choose to focus on one half of the events in this epic tale in this installment, telling the tales of only a handful of the main characters (those who are still alive at least): Cersei, Jamie, Arya, Sam, Arienne, Brienne. Unlike his previous books where we get snippets from the four corners of Westeros and beyond, events unfolding at the same time for the likes of John Snow and Daenerys will be told in the next book. Not sure how I'm going to enjoy that but for now, all I know is that I loved this part of the story. So many cliffhangers at the end and a much more indepth look at the Greyjoys and the story of the Ironborn. Thank you, George R.R. Martin. Now hurry up on book 6 so its out by the time I'm done the next one.

 

3 comments:

rebelle said...

I've been on a book buying binge lately. I must stop and start reading. One I hope to get in soon is Dunnett's The Game of Kings

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I have never read any of his books. Perhaps I should.

Karen said...

Barb, I was really reluctant at first despite hearing great things from Allyson. However, I finally succumbed to pressure from a work friend and regretted not starting them sooner. Not a big fantasy fan (used to be) but its more about the intrigue, backstabbing and politics which kept me hooked.

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