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A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4) by [Martin, George R. R.]
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'In the grand epic fantasy tradition, Martin is by far the best…tense, surging, insomnia-inflicting’
Time Magazine

'Truly epic…with its magnificent action-filled climax, it provides a banquet for fantasy lovers with large appetites'
Publishers Weekly

‘Colossal, staggering … Martin captures all the intoxicating complexity of the Wars of the Roses or Imperial Rome'
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'In the grand epic fantasy tradition, Martin is by far the best!tense, surging, insomnia-inflicting' Time Magazine 'Truly epic!with its magnificent action-filled climax, it provides a banquet for fantasy lovers with large appetites' Publishers Weekly 'Colossal, staggering ! Martin captures all the intoxicating complexity of the Wars of the Roses or Imperial Rome' SFX

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 6474 KB
  • Print Length: 947 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam (8 Nov. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000FCKGPC
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,543 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,773,870 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Firstly, a word of warning. This novel is paced very differently particularly to the second half of "swords". This is an altogether more thoughtful and in my opinion deeper novel filled with clues and insights into the motivations of some of the characters onscreen and off and the many plots afoot.
It is the genius of Martin that by using the unreliable narrator approach it is often what isn't said that is more important than the things that are, which lead this book to be the central premise of so many theories and suggestions which may (or may not) form the way this epic story will conclude in books 6 and 7. This depth also means that AFFC lends itself to rereads more readily than other books in the series.
True many of the characters from the previous 3 novels are not in it , particularly Tyrion , Danaerys and Jon as a POV as most of the action is set in southern Westeros but some of what you do get are a view of the aftermath of the war of the five kings from the point of view of the common folk as seen by Brienne aand what it means to be a common pawn as lords play their game of thrones. The iron born and their motivations and rivalries , Arya and Braavos , jaime's continued attempt at redemption in the riverlands ( the conversation between Jaime and Brynden Tully is priceless) Sams journey to old town , Dorne with arienne and the sand snakes , best of all Cersei Lannisters descent into madness and paranoia and the rise of the warriors sons . The prologue is also one that will be reread many times for the subtle reappearance of an intriguing character.
If you are hoping for easy or cheap resolutions to some of the outstanding plot lines you may be disappointed , but if you are invested in the world of westeros this is the book that expands and enriches on what has gone before and helps set the scene on what is yet to come.
Be patient , don't hope the story will go where you want it to and dive in.
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The fourth book of A Song of Ice and Fire is set almost entirely in the south of Westeros, with the promise that the fifth book will cover simultaneous events in the rest of the series' world. This meant that it's focus is mainly on characters that were far from my favourites from the first three novels, and certainly at first and into the middle of the book I found this detracted from my enjoyment.

The plot is less action-packed and seems to focus more on distinct scenes that develop the characters and politics, as those who have power make attempts to solidify their grip on the people and lands they rule. After the first half I stopped reading for about two weeks, and was surprised when I picked the book back up that I'd started to fall for some of the characters I hadn't loved before.

The usual twists and turns fill Martin's narrative, and he manages to surprise and entertain easily with a world that's remarkably deep and realistic. It's really interesting to read a series that is truly based around an ensemble cast and not the typical chosen-one on a quest trope that appears again and again in fantasy novels.
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By Bea on 10 May 2017
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As usual - book reads itself. I love the TV version as well, but book gives me so much more inside into characters. I also love the variation between the book & TV series. Only problem is, because books are so long, that I have to force myself to stop reading & return to reality. I feel like Bran when he gets lost inside his wolf and forgets his real life. I wish I can just keep reading.....
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A song of Ice and Fire continues with A Feast For Crows. This is George RR Martin's fourth installment in the series and it doesn't disappoint! Exciting new characters join the old with The Iron Islanders and The Red Viper's family to name a few. This will keep you turning the pages until you reach it's end and has you worrying- 'Only one more book until we are caught up with Mr GRR Martin'
A fantastic read!!
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To say it diverges from the main plot line is a little of an understatement, there are lines that reflect other story lines going on in 'A Dance with Dragons' but stick with it as you start onto book 5 it will start to tie together.
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Found book four harder going, have really enjoyed the first three in Martins series, but this one is rather slow, the main characters seemed to have dissapeared, and this seems to be filling you in on what is happening in the rest of Westeros, which is fine but does it really take 800 plus pages for this ! Have really loved this series, but this one is dragging a little 400 pages in....
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Just finished this book, omg how does this guy write such an intricately detailed story. Just git the next one. I can't put them down.
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.....another great read as George continued to build out the main characters and bring in new ones as the game continues.
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