A Dance with Dragons (Review)

After the semi-disaster – well, for me, anyways – that was A Feast for Crows, A Dance with Dragons was a welcome read. All my favourite characters are back in the narrative, as all the various locations have come back together again. I might not be happy with all of their storylines, but at least they have storylines again.

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A Storm of Swords (Review)

So much goes on in this book that it’s actually kind of overwhelming. I knew a lot of it first, because I watched the third season of Game of Thrones before I got to this volume, but it really only goes about halfway. Everything after that is new material. And let me tell you, I definitely knew when I hit that point. It was like, POW!, Red Wedding, and then everything just went to hell in a handbasket afterwards.

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