A Feast for Crows (ASOIAF 4) by George RR Martin

  
A Feast for Crows (ASOIAF #4) by George RR Martin

Kings are dying, the war continues, Westeros is in disarray. 

With all of our characters spread out throughout the Seven Kingdoms and the Free Cities across the Narrow Sea this book is just one half of the adventure that brings us one step closer to finding out who will die and who will sit the Irone Throne. 

This was a reread for me. That being said, I still think books 4&5 are the best books in this series. I love how he split them so we’re focused on fewer characters and we get to see more of them throughout the book. I thought it made the books easier to follow and gave you more insight into what was going on. 

I definitely like this book better than its corresponding show episodes. I thought the show was a disaster after they made all the changes. 

That’s all I’m going to say on this one, I don’t want to spoil anything for those of you who haven’t read the books!

Next review: The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder 

Now reading: Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke


2 thoughts on “A Feast for Crows (ASOIAF 4) by George RR Martin

  1. A Feast for Crows gets better for me on each re-read. When I first read it (and Dance), I was disappointed because book 3 was just so full of action and plot and nothing seemed to happen in Feast. There are many people who dislike Feast & Dance, and I wonder if those are people that haven’t re-read the series. Thinking back, I like that GRRM kind of slowed the narrative down and went for a more reflective route after the whirlwind that was book 3. Your posts are seriously making me want to do a re-read!!

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    1. I’ve definitely been enjoying the series more the second time around! I’ve noticed so much more and I’ve been paying closer attention to what is being said and what is going on because he really hints at things to come in the later books as you read. I love the broken up perspectives in Feast and Dance because you can focus more on the different characters and try to figure out what is going to happen with them.

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