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A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin
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Aug 20, 11

Read from July 24 to August 20, 2011

OK,,..O..M..G! Really? This book started out sooo slowly for me, minor character after minor character, I did try and pay attention to them, but it was learning a whole new cast. But there was Jamie, Cerci and Brienne...OK. So there I just about have Tyrell's and Ironmen, and the Dorish all sorted out and I'm thinking, "ok no sweat that it may take a while for me to get the newest book (Dance of Dragons) this has been a bunch of characters I'll be lucky to remember at all",..then O.M.G. the last 3 chapters go completely wonky! It was a wicked crazy ending, I will say no more - but now I'm like "now I gotta get that next book!!" I almost feel like I'm being tortured here. I guess I'll just have to get on the library waiting list, since it will, no doubt, be a while before it will come out in mass market paperback. (This is what all my other copies are, and yes to be on my bookshelf, they must match.)
So anyway, that's more of a reaction then a review,...but oh well.

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07/24/2011 page 47
4.0% "hum,...I'm kinda going "whaaatttt?" I'm feeling a little lost, but am hoping that I will be found soon."
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Casey Hum, kinda confused,... IS Robbs wife dead or alive? Or is she not mentioned in the story OR is she not listed in the appendix "the kings and their courts" because she is not longer important to the story?

Casey 467 pages to go - this book is making me crazy, so many minor characters that I haven't seen to this point & don't know how much I need to remember about them. I wish 'the imp' was in this one. :(

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