A Dance With Dragons: Part 2 After The Feast: Book 5 Part 2 Of A Song Of Ice And Fire
- HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date:
- 15 March 2012
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AMAZING. Of course. And all it's managed to do is make me jones for the next TWO. Hurry up, George!
The scope of Martin's world increases. The breadth of his characters grows by magnitudes. And the epic expands ever outwards. This book concludes little and alludes to a lot. It's not as fulfilling in and of itself, but "Dance" propels Martin's worlds forward in large leaps. Tyrion is back, and he was sorely missed in "Feast for Crows". Jon Snow's character evolves to put on a display of strength touched on in previous books but solidified in this tome."Dance" is as big and bold as the preceding novels. It's dark, heavy, and written with a lusciously lavish hand. Like its four predecessors. I can't understand what readers don't like about this one short of the fact that it doesn't bring the stories to an end. But that's the fun, right?
This book was brilliant. I love all the surprised, good and bad. Seeing Jon and Ary and Danny and Tyrion, what happen. Then, thankfully it went on from book four's time period, too. Bringing us more surprises and cliffhangers. <br/><br/>I truly deeply loved this. Can't wait for the next.
The long awaited sequel in the "Song of Ice and Fire" series from George RR Martin did not disappoint. All of my favorite characters were back, and their adventures continued. Although I thought that Arya was given short shrift, I liked the continuation of Danny's story, as well as Jon's. The ending was a shocker, but it leaves me hanging, and wanting more. Overall, it was a great book, and I would suggest it to anyone who has read the other Ice and Fire books.
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