A Storm Of Swords: Part 1 Steel And Snow
- HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date:
- 01 September 2011
Showing 1-4 out of 4 reviews.
The world building of this series continues to be on epic proportions, reading about Jon's time with the Wildlings made me realise that Martin has barely scratched the surface of his creation. There was also some nice character development, as there seemed to be a shift in Jaime's attitudes as he struggles to find a new identity for himself. Far better than the second book.
The more you read of these sets of books the more you get sucked into its world, in this first part of the third installment, life is still difficult for all the characters with the added threat of the advancing north. The only criticism I would have of the book is there may be too many lesser characters, at times it can be confusing on who these numerous knights actually are and what they have done. Overall though a great continuation of the story!
The story continues - and highly readable it is as well. Many changes in this book. Loved it.
Good, but you'll need to have read the first two. I like this, I really do, but it seems like it's sometimes getting a bit tendril-y. As in, too many threads. It can be hard to follow. When it's good, it's brilliant. I'm afraid it may be going down that road of too many plot threads so itś going to have to be a dozen books long. One can hope, though. Still and all, worth a read.
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