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1.0 out of 5 stars A Dance with dragons, 7 Aug. 2013
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This review is from: A Dance With Dragons: Part 2 After The Feast (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 5) (Kindle Edition)
How to kill a great story dead in 3 easy books, book 4, 5 both parts. Theres a few months of my life I won't get back. The first 3 books were great and I couldn't wait to read the rest as well as watching the series, thank god for the series least I might have an idea whats going on and who's who. What happened was lazy writing to make a few more bucks on the back of the series resulting in three of the worst constructed and badly written books I have ever read.

I have lost count of the times I have had to re-read chapters to try and find out who the hell this character is who's just suddenly appears. The sign of a poorly written book is if you have to go re read constantly to keep up, does any book really need 30 yes 30 pages of characters names most of who are irrelevant to the story.

I know this goes against most of the reviews but I found them extremely hard work and ended up skimming through to end the pain, intriguing, spellbinding I think not. If any of you about to read the last 3 books save yourself alot of pain and just look up a brief synopsis thats all you need because in three books you might end up reading the equivelent of one book.

There I've said it.
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Initial post: 6 Nov 2013 17:59:45 GMT
Sandie says:
Just because you're a poor reader, doesn't mean the books are bad.
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