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A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin
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Nov 25, 2011

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bookshelves: fantasy, escape
Read from November 13 to 24, 2011

As fun as the first, with all the same caveats. I like how magic is slowly creeping into the world, though I found the little prognosticating swamp boy kind of annoying, as prognosticators tend to be. I like my gnostication thoroughly unprefixed, thank you very much. On to the next...

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Reading Progress

11/14/2011 page 93
9.0% "I told myself I'd read something more substantial before getting back into this series. I didn't listen."
11/17/2011 page 306
30.0% "Dude, when is Nymeria coming back."
11/19/2011 page 380
38.0% ""the iron outline of his manhood"?! Let no one ever claim this as anything but pulp."
11/21/2011 page 625
62.0% "Obviously I'm enjoying this, but it's true that nothing much is happening. Arya's stuck in Harrenhal, Danny's stuck in wherever the hell she is, Bran is stuck in Winterfell. Definitely some crazy magical shit going down, though."
11/23/2011 page 818
81.0% "Ok, at this point excrement is definitely hitting the artificial wind generator."
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Louise Yeah, the Frogs or whatever those two siblings are called annoyed me when they first showed up too. I initially started reading A Game of Thrones because I didn't want magic and dragons in my fantasy book, but the slow introduction of them made me ok with them in these books.

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