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Martin has earned international acclaim for his monumental cycle of epic fantasy. Now the 1 New York Times bestselling author delivers the fifth book in his landmark series—as both familiar faces and surprising new forces vie for a foothold in a fragmented empire. In the east, Daenerys Targaryen, the last scion of House Targaryen, rules with her three dragons as queen of a city built on dust and death. But Daenerys has thousands of enemies, and many have set out to find her. As they gather, one young man embarks upon his own quest for the queen, with an entirely different goal in mind. Fleeing from Westeros with a price on his head, Tyrion Lannister, too, is making his way to Daenerys.
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Overall rating 4. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. Just finished Book 5 in the series and would highly and enthusiastically recommend the whole series. Only negative thing with this book is that I have to wait for Book 6 to be released. Martin's character development is so detailed, some characters jump off the page - you love them and hate them as passionately.
I finished the last page of this book while on a flight and gasped out loud when I got to the end - totally didn't see it coming!! Enjoy this fabulous series! Awesome series! Can't wait until the next book comes out, I hope it isn't too long A must read! Good, but not fantastic. Character development seems to have really stalled out in the last two books. There is a great book here.
Just needed some editing. For a book this length, not enough happens and it is plagued by overused phrases and sayings that distract and annoy more than anything else. Still a lot of intriguing characters left and I'll be glad to open the next book. But for now, this is an extremely effective book about how surreal, insane and mindboggingly awful war is.
That works for me. All right, now we come to the not-so-good to bad areas. Unfortunately, there were quite a few of these.
This is an odd occurrence. One of his strong points is generally how character focused these books are. And then he took an overly long time to tell me about their classification. Tyrion is perhaps the exception, and there are several moments that defied this, such as the view spoiler [ killing of Janos Slynt, the chapter where the Dorne kid gets burned up, a moment where Barristan Selmy wrestles with his service of Robert hide spoiler ], these felt real.
Because they were sudden, made sense with characterization, had complex history and motivations behind them, and told me all I needed to know. But with the exception of the view spoiler [Slynt part hide spoiler ], he took ten unnecessary chapters to lead up to one good moment.
Aside a few moments and Tyrion, Martin tears down any other motivation someone might have for something.
Did he view spoiler [ maybe take this back with the last chapter? With Varys and his long cherished belief in the prince? Or showing me and then telling me later, which was almost worse. I mean, I have so many questions. For example, why is it that everyone who is beautiful must be punished? I understand the skin deep thing and beauty is definitely a tool in the power game that can be taken away from someone, but why is it that it always, always must be wrong?
That social rank is all trappings?
And yet, there seemed to be little point other than that. Or at least why I do, in large part. Because of his insistence on breaking down delusions and tales and attempting to retell legends with a dose of messy reality. The biggest symbol of this seemed to be his ability to deal with the most difficult reality of all: death. Fantasy and sci-fi genres have a lot of tools at their disposal to ensure that main characters never need to face this permanently.
He chose to insist on it, quite effectively, starting right away in GoT. Guys like Joe Abercrombie and Scott Lynch and all the rest. Jon gets stabbed at the end of the book, but after all the false cliffhangers and people returned from the dead, who reading this ACTUALLY believes he is dead?
Nor that Daenerys is in any danger. Nor that Ned or Rhaegar are dead, either. Okay, Ned probably is, but at this point, why not?
I don't get his thinking. Just getting too attached to characters and exercising his powers as God to bring back anyone he regrets killing now? I was in my early teen years when I started these books. They shaped my idea of what awesome fantasy was in a lot of ways since they got me so young and impressionable. I mean, I did try to put myself in his shoes. Hence view spoiler [ those silly cliffhangers at the end of each chapter, and the amount of people getting brought back from the dead.
He wrote on his blog constantly about untangling the Meereenese knot. And the thing is.. I think he wrote about the knot itself.