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A Storm of Swords by George R.R. Martin
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Jul 29, 11

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Read from July 06 to 29, 2011

Wow. Um, wow. Just finished this moments ago and am still a bit shellshocked from the epilogue. That plus the Red Wedding plus everything going on in King's Landing is just . . . damn. This book, you guys, THIS BOOK. It made me cry, made me angry, made me hopeful, and made me very very confused in the span of 900+ pages and never lost my attention at any point. If book 2 was the one where the pieces and players of the war's chessboard fell into place, this book and most likely the one after will be the books where these pieces spring into life and start making movements, all towards that one final spot - the Iron Throne, which is getting more and more blood on it with every chapter.
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Sarah Wait, the third book is over a thousand pages long? HOLY CRAP WHAT. There better be a metric ton of Jon Snow and Dany stuff then :|

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