A Feast for Crows
Publish date: November 6th 2006
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 852
Edition language: English
Series: A Song of Ice and Fire (#4)
The War of the Five Kings is all but over with only a few holdouts remaining in the realm, however as Westeros attempts to recover enough before winter hits it appears that more carrion will be on the menu of A Feast for Crows. The fourth installment of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire s...
I haven't fully reread this book since it was first released. It would be tedious for me to get into just why this book was a crushing disappointment when I read it the first time, so I won't. Other reviewers have cut into the context behind the seemingly-over-the-top reaction against Feast, I will ...
I still really liked this book. I'm invested in the characters and want to read about them more and more. But, this book is nowhere near as great as the others. Especially the way the last one ended I expected to be blown away by this one. I will definitely continue reading the series though.
This one takes a step back from the previous three in this saga. Martin claims in the back of this novel that he had written so much material for this book that he had to divide it into two novels, the other being my future read, A Dance With Dragons. However, Martin took half the characters and wro...
Am I becoming desensitized to these books, or was this one really not as brutal as the ones that came before it? At any rate, I found this one to be less "hard" to read because of the sheer harshness of Martin's world. Although many of the standard characters did not make an appearance -- most notab...
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