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A Storm of Swords by George R.R. Martin
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Apr 17, 12

really liked it
Read from April 08 to 18, 2012

I'll keep this brief and without core details but many have considered this to be THE book of the series so far.

After Clash Of Kings, I felt a little disappointed by the lack of action in A Storm Of Swords: Part 1.

Having said that, let's call Part 1 the lacklustre cabin girl (just as Theon Greyjoy experienced firsthand in book 2) and call Part 2 the ever-evolving adventurous heroine that takes your head and your heart and runs away with it (think Brienne of Tarth's courage/strength, with Catleyn's wisdom, Sansa's beauty and a touch of Tyrion's one liners - who can resist those?!)

In short, many of you will have some sort of vision as to how the series may end - this book will more than likely change that ending.

Never have teenagers had to deal with so much (the weight of the wall for one...) and never have there been such extremes between good and evil with most characters dabbling in a bit of both now again.

So stick with Part 1 and Part 2 will make it all worthwhile...

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