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There's a problem loading this menu right now. The story is good for TV because it is a visual feast. But for readers it is nothing short of a waste of time. Is there another book to come or do we all follow blindly again, stupidly throwing away money on books. There is also the entire other world beyond the wall as well as the previous populations that Bran has disappeared into. Well, it's hard to know where to start I'd been given fair warning concerning A Dance with Dragons, about how it was less interesting a read than the previous four novels which I enjoyed.

But I had to find out for myself and I found it a battle to make it all the way through. It wasn't that the book is bad, it isn't and it is written with the same style and skill utilised throughout the series. It was just that so little of interest happened, I found my concentration wavering and at times couldn't work out who was who as the chapters bounced from alternate character's points of view. The Daenerys chapters were by far the worse, followed closely by those features the Dornish.

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So in summary, not a terrible book, just not engaging enough. Wow, everyone is angry because John Snow dies. It's okay guys, Arya still lives!

What a wonderful, well-written review of a bad book. You made only one mistake. I might check it out of the library if the reviews are decent but Martin won't be getting any more of my money. After watching the last episode of the second season, I couldnt wait a year for the story to be continued on HBO so I got on my kindle and ordered the five series pack it wasn't cheap. I didn't even bother to read the first two books just jumped straight into a Storm of Swords. I am now on a Dance with Dragons. I am no longer gonna continue to read A Dance with Dragons, I am about three quarters of the way through already and the story hasnt moved forward a jot!

I really can't see the point of separating the story geographically, I know exactly where the plot is but I have to leaf through hundreds of pages to find out if the plot actually moves forward significantly from A Feast of Crows. The writing is actually getting worse and worse as I progress with so may useless details so I simply don't understand why it should take so many years to complete a single book. I dont have the patience for this sort of nonsense! I might just go back and read the first two books at least the reviews on those seem to be good.

I am not usually a fantasy fan I can't wait to get over being hooked, I wont even bother with the HBO series anymore The whole series is a waste of time.

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So much promise and potential, yet the pages were filled with empty words. I have better use of my time than reading another one of his books. The first season of Game Of Throne got me so hooked that I purchased the books. But the book series so turned me off I wonder why HBO is making a series out of it. Bad decision for HBO to make a series out of this book, it is going to tank, unless they make major changes to the story. I am worried about the HBO series being created concurrently with these books. I am worried because I do not want Martin to write his books in "screenplay" mode.

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The book ends with Daenieres lost in Essos being found by an old acquiantence. It's random on the point of absurd. This book is wonderfully exciting, until the characters have their last chapters. Arya is given another bizzare task by the kindly man, and the purpose for these tasks is as unclear as ever. Theon oh right, he's not dead finally escapes his horrendous captors. Cersei falls so low you wish she'd just been killed as a mercy. Jaime reunites with Brienne not dead, but how she survived is not explain. Bran becomes immortal I think.

Davos goes off on a mission that is very dangerous, but there are so few hints about what it is that its merely a mystery, not a cliffhanger. Jon makes an awful decision that backfires, and but Dany's decision are so terrible you'd wish it would backfire more. There is a Dornish prince who never quite clicks with the book, and his journey begins to feel like Arya's in book 2. Meandering on the point of absurd. Victarion's and Tyrion's chapters are the only ones that consistently impress. Areo briefly returns for an interesting moment, and a new character appears, but does important things before we are convinced he is important.

It results in a climax that feels too soon. Ser Barristan steals the last third, which is a nice surprise, but a poor reflection on the rest of the book. The prologue feels useless, though the epilogue is satisfying. It is too bad the book spirals downward, because otherwise it is one of the best. Because it follows a Feast for Crows, it must rise above the disappointment. But it can't, because it suffers the same problem as FfC, which is that it follows a moment between the end of the War of the 5 Kings and the final confrontation that I assume is coming.

And it suffers for it, and while the characters are the ones we love, it just feels like more of the same.

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Literally, it's just something that we must suck up. Or maybe the series is on the decline. The next book will be Martin's chance to prove that all this set-up has been worth it. Or else it will be the sputtering of a series that held such promise. As it is, this book has the potential to be great. It sets up the series for an excellent and compelling conclusion.

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We'll have to see if it pays off. I completed agree, A Feast of Crows just dragged on and now to find out there will still be another book after this one. Enough already, finish the series and start another one. Something needs to happen and I won't be buying anymore books, I'll just borrow. Apparently HBO wanted this story finished for a glimpse for future production.

Has the feeling of being thrown together in a hurry.

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Sorry to say the attempts to copy Jordan really are starting to show. Unfortunately he will be copying Jordan in a way he does not want to. I agree with Jim Eaton's review entirely. When something big and exciting did happen and it only really happens once , it was almost like stepping back to book three, back when the characters were mesmerising and the shocks were shocking. But then it was over, a cliffhanger was left, and that character was not seen again for most of the rest of the book. Most of this novel seemed to be treading water.

It reintroduces favourite characters who had been withdrawn from A Feast For Crows for the sake of length. This splitting of characters and locations was a huge mistake that has pretty much scuppered both books, in my opinion. There is a lot of treading water here, a lot of needless obstacles thrown in the way just to stop characters getting where they need to be. It's just not really anything, and that's the problem. Love him or hate him, Erikson wrote a ten book series, and each book in that series - barring the ninth one - had it's own story with a beginning, middle and end, whilst still advancing the main plotlines.

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