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I actually had to put it down for a couple of days, because I had to read this other book for school, so when I picked it up again I thought to myself: Okay, two things helped me along: There some amazing new resolutions but also some that were pretty shocking and a little heart-wrenching Sobre outros fica a faltar "mais que muito" - afinal o que se passou com Brienne? E as minhas expectativas sobre o ressurgimento de Benjen Stark foram defraudadas O enredo adensa-se e, com mais dois livros previstos, tenho para mim que o Sr.
Martin ainda nos vai fazer penar muito! Better than the previous one, but I was still unsatisfied. There isn't any information whatsoever about some characters, like Sansa and Littlefinger. As for others, there's so much left to know - what happened to Brienne, after all? And my expectations on Benjen Stark's return were defrauded However, I never lost interest in the story and, contrary to some opinions I've recently read, I quite like that repetition of the characters' "mantras" "You know nothing, Jon Snow" being one of my favourites.
In this volume there's a "mantra" which is shared by several characters: But Mr. Martin's words aren't wind, instead they stay with us and make us believe that his characters aren't just mere creations of his brilliant neurons. The plot thickens and, with two more foreseen books, I reckon Mr. Martin will make us break some sweat! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was very good. Afterall, it was written my GRRM.
However, I must admit that at certain points, I thought it was boring. But thank God I was wrong! I mean, certain parts were actually a bit boring thence the 4 stars, instead of the 5 stars: I sometimes wanted to slap Daenerys, and tell her to calm her hormones, or I kept wishing there were Sansa chapters, and more Jaime and Cerse Wow. I sometimes wanted to slap Daenerys, and tell her to calm her hormones, or I kept wishing there were Sansa chapters, and more Jaime and Cersei chapters.
Speaking of Cersei, her chapters were definitely my favourite ones during this book! Not to mention how much I loved all the Theon and Asha chapters. I have a thing for the Greyjoys. I also felt that GRRM was trying to hold back everything related to Aegon Targaryen, but the epilogue left me completely speechless. Varys, you definitely are the best player at the game of thrones.
Oh, and I can't believe he's dead. He's not, is he? I always thought he was Azor Ahai reborn, so let's hope I'm not wrong! I'm not ready no lose him. And now I'm im patiently waiting for The Winds of Winter View all 3 comments. Oct 27, Kyriakos Sorokkou rated it it was amazing.
Too many cliffhangers. Too many. We need Winds of Winter urgently. Oh, and that epilogue was. Bol keyifli okumalar dilerim.. I still can't believe that I can't dive into the next book straight away as it isn't even out yet and that ending. Even though I watched the tv show I still didn't expect somethings that actually happened in the book!
So it was basically like reading something I had no idea about and that is a good thing, I was determined that something wouldn't happen in this book, a certain death, but it did and I cried and cried and reread that part of the book around three times - it didn't help with closure I still can't believe that I can't dive into the next book straight away as it isn't even out yet and that ending.
So it was basically like reading something I had no idea about and that is a good thing, I was determined that something wouldn't happen in this book, a certain death, but it did and I cried and cried and reread that part of the book around three times - it didn't help with closure, it just made me cry even more.
Overall I loved how fast paced this installment was and it has definitely become one of my favorites in this series! I can't wait to see how the story progresses and what happens to all the characters. Fabulous read but the ending made this book!
Bring on book 6! Estou ainda demasiado em choque, irritada e desgostosa! OMG George R. View all 10 comments. Aug 21, Anachronist rated it it was ok. Synopsis or something like that: It is he fifth volume of A Song of Ice and Fire, the fantasy epic series which has been made very popular nowadays.
In fact the plot is so convoluted as to defy synopsis. Really even the work of Tolkien pales in comparison. What can be said…winter is coming and the seven Kingdoms are hardly prepared for it because they plot and prepare for a war — every ruler wants to assure the Iron Throne, currently occupied by a child, Tommen Baratheon, will fall into the hands of their man or woman.
What I liked: Just several chapters, really; and if I described them in more detail I would spoil you horribly. As usual, I am giving you the choice: Now I wonder…how would Petyr Baelish, lord Littlefinger, react if he knew? Does he know? Is he still among living? Now we are told that she was made blind on purpose and then that process is reverted. She is also shown how to change her face and sent as an apprentice on her first mission. Go Arya, GO!
Still she is alive. He will have an interesting life for sure but he is one of the best characters around. If only it took him less time General remarks, spoiler-free: This story is becoming so huge, so convoluted, so Byzantine that it is really difficult to keep your interest, especially that different parts have been published several years apart.
I really struggled reading this one — too many inner monologues, too many info dumps, too much info about secondary characters who were hardly germane to the story.
It seems the author, after a tremendously good start, tripped over his own pen. Ok, I understand, it is more likely than not THE story of his life and he did plan it as a panorama rather than a portrait or a simple landscape but really he went over the top with the number of sub-plots, different trivial descriptions of this custom or that and all those strange names of strange foreign people I hardly remembered or recognized at all.
It took me almost a month to get through this book. Some chapters were worth the effort but most of them I found too long and boring and let me tell you I was never bored by the previous novels. In my humble opinion a determined editor should have cut out at least half of the material, making the story more compact and edgy.
Will I continue reading? Yes, some characters are worth it. Still it seems the series is deteriorating and it is a bit sad. Two stars. Mar 29, Abram rated it it was amazing Shelves: My Rating: A dance with dragons can easily a standout from all the other fantasy stories and twists You definitely Can't expect those twists. The story is really really large that confines to bigger levels and the characters are created in a manner that feels like "Complete". This book is as good as all the other books in the series.
And still I don't like the order of the final chapters Jon chapter should have been the final c My Rating: And still I don't like the order of the final chapters Jon chapter should have been the final chapter.
So I am already waiting for the next book. Thank you for reading. May 20, Abdullah rated it really liked it. Another amazing book in the Game of Thrones series, I will say, if it wasn't for the TV show I would be fuming with how this one ended knowing it came out in and we are STILL waiting for the next book!
Another 5 star read for me, cant wait for the Winds of Winter! May 04, James rated it really liked it Shelves: So again, George R. Martin is unable to write a book that can be safely published as a single volume paperback. Perhaps somebody should explain to him that slightly smaller novels, published more regularly, might keep the haters at bay - heck it might even make it less of a chore for him to write.
As with the split of A Storm of Swords the second book was the better part of the novel. Although less markedly so this time I thought. The first third of the book continues pretty much where A Dance With Dragons: Dreams and Dust stopped. Only the second two-thirds really start to progress the story at all. Even then though the progress seems more limited that I'd hoped.
Some of the characters almost seem to be stagnating. Martin seems to be holding some characters back from fulfilling their story-potential, in a way that starts to feel artificial. Like he doesn't want to start the next phases of their stories until the next book, but he feels he has to have them doing something to fill the chapters. All that said, the book is still enjoyable. Martin writes these characters well.
The book builds up to a good, trademark-Martin, twist. Where another character previously thought to be 'safe' suddenly gets brutally murdered completely out of the blue. Although, obviously it's supposed to be a cliffhanger, so you're not going to be totally sure until the next book.
Bloody typical. Queen in the North Readers Also Enjoyed. About George R. George R. Martin was born September 20, , in Bayonne, New Jersey. He began writing very young, selling monster stories to other neighborhood children for pennies, George R. He began writing very young, selling monster stories to other neighborhood children for pennies, dramatic readings included. Later he became a comic book fan and collector in high school, and began to write fiction for comic fanzines amateur fan magazines.
Martin's first professional sale was made in at age Other sales followed. In Martin received a B. He went on to complete a M.
He also directed chess tournaments for the Continental Chess Association from , and was a Journalism instructor at Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa, from In he married Gale Burnick. They divorced in , with no children. Martin became a full-time writer in He was writer-in-residence at Clarke College from He was Executive Producer for Doorways, a pilot which he wrote for Columbia Pictures Television, which was filmed during Martin's present home is Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Other books in the series. A Song of Ice and Fire 7 books. Books by George R. Trivia About A Dance with Drag No trivia or quizzes yet.