A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3)
Format: mass market paperback
Pages no: 1177
Characters wandering about the landscape, sometimes in circles. Plotlines unresolved while new characters are created and new plotlines set off. In one of them (can't remember which one now) it ends with a strange postscript explaining that the reason that so many previously important characters did...
A Storm of Swords is by far the best installment of A Song of Ice and Fire so far. There is so much that happens in the second half of the book that it becomes extremely hard to put down. It is a bit slow in the first half, but that’s only because it is building up for the completely amazing and eve...
This book is AMAZING! So many 'OMG I don't believe that happened moments' that rip at your heart and sense of morality. I thought I was wise to Martin's shenanigans after the 1st in the series but I was not prepared for the anguish he unleashed like a thunderbolt in this book. I'm just left admiring...
Still just as good the second time around :)
New proposed sarcastic proverb: safe as a wedding in Westeros.