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A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin
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Aug 18, 2011

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Read from October 21 to 28, 2011

While the chapter naming convention is a bit different from the previous novels, this book that focuses on the characters from King's Landing has a good flow, with Martin's now typical cliffhangers marking chapter endings. I would say, three characters in particular get a lot of well-deserved play in these novels. Unfortunately, the Dornish angle doesn't seem to be quite so enveloping as the other storylines.
In other news, Martin is one horrifically descriptive writer. Near the end of the book, he was still describing in exquisite detail the manner of dress of each person in the scene. =D

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