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    the story continues

    I think it would've been better had the first 3 been more complete as a trilogy and started a new trilogy. We now have the storey written in the view points of some of the other characters. Some of their names have changed which makes it a bit harder to follow until you figure out who the character is. Still leaves you so you just have to pick up the next book.
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    A Feast For Crows And Readers

    So the fourth instalment and what is there to say that hasn't already been said? The writing is excellent, the stories and characters rich and the world lush. George R.R Martin has created a fantastic piece of work and this book see's it carry on brilliantly. I would dare say that this is even the most gripping and captivating part so far with some major developments in the story and a couple of good shocks to be had too. No work is perfect, and this is no exception, but it it such an epic piece of work to give it less than 5 stars would sinful (and The High Sparrow abhors sin). Read this book and all in the A Song Of Ice And Fire series and you are almost guranteed to be sucked in to Westeros (and Essos) and never dissapointed with the quality and scale of what George R.R Martin has written. A well done to the tech wizards as well for the fine job of putting this into digital too.
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    Keep them coming

    Book 4 of a song of ice and fire sets it self apart from the previous entires, longer chapters seem to be harder to read, although no less enthralling, and introduces more characters point of views, a fantastic entry to the series and can't wait for book 5
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    Wow

    Love all these books. Just need the latest one. Once you start reading you can't stop.
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    A Feast of Crows

    A good read but it is getting to be hard work remembering all the links and status of each character. Happy days.
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