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A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4)
A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4) | George R. R. Martin
HBOs hit series A GAME OF THRONES is based on George R. R. Martins internationally bestselling series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE, the greatest fantasy epic of the modern age. A FEAST FOR CROWS is the fourth volume in the series. The Lannisters are in power on the Iron Throne. The war in the Seven Kingdoms has burned itself out, but in its bitter aftermath new conflicts spark to life. The Martells of Dorne and the Starks of Winterfell seek vengeance for their dead. Euron Crows Eye, as black a pirate as ever raised a sail, returns from the smoking ruins of Valyria to claim the Iron Isles. From the icy north, where Others threaten the Wall, apprentice Maester Samwell Tarly brings a mysterious babe in arms to the Citadel. As plots, intrigue and battle threaten to engulf Westeros, victory will go to the men and women possessed of the coldest steel and the coldest hearts.
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JuliaTheBookNerd
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#Feast 👑🍽️ #DivineDecember 🎄❄️🎁

#BookNerd 🤓📚💙

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 📚👌🏻 2mo
Eggs Excellent 👏🏻👏🏻 2mo
LiseWorks A good read 2mo
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roronoazoro
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I loved it very much, I‘m super immersed in this world of Westeros and I‘m loving the journey George is taking us on.
I just wish he would drop the rest of the books in a near future.

Full review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/4599832230

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roronoazoro
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"I am tempted to say this is no game we play, daughter,
but of course it is. The game of thrones."

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roronoazoro
A Feast for Crows | George R. R. Martin

“You cannot eat love, nor buy a horse with it, nor warm your halls on a cold night.”

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Awk_Word_Smith
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Mehso-so

I can‘t decide if Cersei is a feminist character or not. I lean toward not. I‘m not placing any moral value on her feminism. She‘s obviously a villain in this book. You could argue that her ascent to Queen Regent in a male-dominated society is the epitome of feminism. But the one nagging detail for me is her constant lament at not being born a man. Regardless, I‘m glad to be done with this slow-moving 34-hour political drama. ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

KathyWheeler This was the one book in that series that bored me to tears. 9mo
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DLQBOOKNERD
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Mehso-so

Good thing I've watched the series, this one was hard to follow.

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Awk_Word_Smith
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Alright, cleared some storage on my phone to start this slog through Cersei‘s Revenge. I have grown to like Jaime Lannister more. But am really missing Tyrion in this one.

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Awk_Word_Smith
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I‘m more than a quarter through this, and I realize that GRRM has grown tired of his Westeros story. No Tyrion—except in third-person exposition. One chapter for Sansa. Two chapters for Arya. This was a book about the dullest character, Cersei Lannister—a power-hungry narcissist who somehow is more cunning and vile than her murdered father. I need more House Stark. So glad I am not trudging through a physical read.

KathyWheeler This was the most boring book in the series! As long as they are, I had no trouble reading the others; this one, however, was an absolute slog. 11mo
Awk_Word_Smith @KathyWheeler And who knows if he‘ll ever finish the series? Thanks for dashing what little hope I held on to in finishing this. ARGH! 😂 11mo
KathyWheeler @Awk_Word_Smith Sorry! I liked the next book better even if it is a little overly long. 11mo
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Awk_Word_Smith
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TheSpineView
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Eggs 🧡✨🧡 13mo
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SusanLee
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Eggs This was a popular choice 🧡✨🧡 13mo
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Ast_Arslan
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@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
@Eggs
#Wishes&Blessings

30. Feast

Still on my TBR 😅😅

Eggs Beautiful ❤️🧡❤️ 13mo
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Sparklemn
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Mehso-so

I made it to the end. 🥱😴 I‘ll rate it so-so because it did move the story along a bit. I need a break before I read the next book in the series.

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Sparklemn
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Ok, not really serious. 😆😜 But man, this book is such a disappointment. Where is Tyrion? Please tell me the next book is better!

Ruthiella I remember this one and A Dance With Dragons as being very slow and instead of bringing the story in, Martin kept expanding it with new characters and seemingly tangential events. But also, at that time I thought Winds of Winter would be published in a couple of years...😢 1y
KathyWheeler This was the only one of those books that bored me to tears. I finished it but I mostly didn‘t care about what happened in it. 1y
TrishB There are some very, very, very long bits….. 1y
Sparklemn @Ruthiella @KathyWheeler @TrishB I just rewatched the TV series and was looking forward to finding out how the book differed and getting more of the color behind my favorite characters that you can‘t capture on film. Not really happening. I think I‘m going to skim the rest of it 🤷‍♀️ 1y
KathyWheeler @Sparklemn probably best. This book was such and odd experience for me because I flew through the rest of them but this was a slog! 1y
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bouktique
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723 p. Took me longer than the previous ones. The author decided to do a 2-parter and put half of the characters in one book, and half of them - to the next one. Not sure if lack of Daenerys had something to do with my slow reading
#afiestforcrows #got #gameofthrones #grrm #valarmorghulis

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BacklistReader
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Mehso-so

So far this was my least favorite. That being said I am excited to start A Dance with Dragons.

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BacklistReader
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Hoping to finish these before 2021!

(I think it might be wishful thinking...)

#currentlyreading #beatthebacklist #beatthebacklist2020

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SeaToSkyes
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StayCurious Great choice! 2y
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BacklistReader
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Once Upon A December by Liz Callaway

Books you want to finish before the end of the year

I definitely have more but these are the main ones.

#beatthebacklist #beatthebacklist2020 #btbdecember20

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BacklistReader
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Another to be read pile.... This time for the Clear Your Shit Read-A-Thon

#clearurshitreadathon

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OrangeMooseReads
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Might get to finish this one today since I have start back in the office 😢 I‘ve been “work from home” since mid March. I‘m lucky to still have my job but I‘m not excited about the 45 min to hour commute 1 way. I‘ll be honest though it will be nice to get back to a little pre-COVID reality.

thegirlwiththelibrarybag Good luck! It‘ll take a minute to settle back into being back 😅 I did a half day shift the other day and slept for 12 hours (and I wouldn‘t call my job physically taxing) after. I think it was a combination of worrying about being on time/wearing a mask for an extended period/moving around rather than sitting at a PC/chatting to another human - 🤔 2y
TrishB Good luck 👍🏻 been working at home since mid March too and doesn‘t look like we‘ll be back until January! I miss the office. 2y
OrangeMooseReads @thegirlwiththelibrarybag getting back in the office routine is going to take time I forgot how annoying some of the other people are lol my job isn‘t physically tasking either. Thankfully I don‘t have to wear my mask when I‘m in my cubicle at my desk. 2y
OrangeMooseReads @TrishB that is a long time. I miss the routine and feeling like I‘m working. But also ugh the office lol 2y
marleed I‘m retired now but keep wondering what it will be like for those returning to their offices after so long away. I‘m retired now but wonder if I would have found some coworkers more or lesser tolerable. Perhaps just more-or-less tolerable ;) 2y
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OrangeMooseReads
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I think this will be my last of the series. I don‘t like the changes in language and style that Martin has made. The first 2 books were good, the 3rd ok, and this one is just not good. The story and characters are good for the most part, but the writing is terrible. He started turning the women into nothing but objects for the men. So much rape and sexual assault and sex in general. I don‘t know why the change but it‘s not good.

BGam Absolutely I agree... this one dragged me so long... but I heard A dance with dragon is good. 2y
Literary_Siren If you‘ve read the Outlander series, I would equate this book to The Fiery Cross. 2y
OrangeMooseReads @Literary_Siren I haven‘t read that series 2y
Literary_Siren Oh bummer! I highly recommend it! 2y
OrangeMooseReads @Literary_Siren I‘ve heard good things about it and it‘s on my list just haven‘t gotten there yet 😀 2y
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Lynsey40
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Enjoying my Game of Thrones Journey so far ... just started a feast for crows .......

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OrangeMooseReads
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I‘m not sure if I know what‘s going on in this book. 🤷🏻‍♀️ So much of it seems to blur together in my brain. Honestly I‘m not sure if I care any more. So much of it is just blah blah blah and really could have been cut out.

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OrangeMooseReads
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Audio up next

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Lesanne
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Thanks @merelybookish for the tag!
1. If you count my coffee table I have about 5. Or 6.

2. A Feast for Crows, which I will finish rereading before Winds of Winter is published!

@PickwickPlockPlock @EmilieGR @Kaylamburson , have a turn if you want. 🙂

@TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 📚🤩📚 3y
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BaroqueBee
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Really enjoyed this book. I‘ll admit, I audiobooked this one due to the length of it. Apart from the reader saying “Breyeenne” it was enjoyable! Lots of variation from the series here, although I don‘t know how the author will finish it in two books. It feels like the storylines are just starting to unfold!

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BGam
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🌼🌼🌼 since I couldn't find the stars I m giving 3 flowers to this book. It was a slow read but not an uninteresting book. In fact I loved reading Brianna's journey and Samwell's journey to the citadel. I hated Cercie who is getting stupider and crueler because she has no one to control her, Tywin dead, Tyrion gone and Jamie being a spineless twin and in love, she is excreting cruel juice in Kings Landing.

TheSpineView ❤❤❤ Love that bookmark! 3y
BGam @TheSpineView thanks, it came free inside the book 🙂 3y
TheSpineView @BGam That's awesome! 3y
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BGam
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This one is going very slow... or because my mind is more on the news regarding Covid 19

AFTER THOUGHT: Even though there were pages and pages of unnecessary past stories of unimportant lords, ladies, squires etc, which I gladly skimmed through, it was very absorbing.. I think this book should have gone faster if there was a summary after every chapter 🐵

Lesanne I had a hard time with this one too. If you can make it through, Dance With Dragons is better, IMO. Good luck! 3y
BGam @Lesanne u r right, this is going very slow! There are some parts which I m just skimming through because by now I know that they are of no use to the overall plot of the story.. 3y
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BaroqueBee
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Enjoying a nice lazy day off work after my new tattoo with my book, my blanket and my boo 💓📖

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BGam
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Showing my ASOIF series collection. Looks like that they have been through many hands ..they have been lent, returned, read and reread.. that's how you enjoy THIS EPIC FANTASY. Now moving on to A Feast for Crows.. let's see how the feast goes..

#Asoif
#Marchreading
#Afeastforcrows

jordanremington Hi, how are you doing? 3y
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My own husband doesn‘t understand this love of reading. I love to lose myself in another world...another story. I love this feeling.

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Lesanne
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Re-reading #ASOIAF, and for these last two I‘m doing the combined reading order of chapters from both books. Essentially it‘s interweaving the plots to form a (mostly) chronological narrative. It‘s fascinating and I‘m really enjoying it so far. Has anyone else done this?

Bookzombie I haven‘t. I have only read the first book because I‘m holding out hope that he will finish the series before I continue. 3y
Lesanne @Bookzombie I‘ve been proceeding very slowly hoping there may be at least a release date for the next one by the time I finish! 3y
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AloeMantis
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A Feast for Crows carried over a bit between 18/2019. I'll aim to have The Stand in as 2020's big read. 📚 I did get to seeing all and the end of HBO's Season 8! 🐲 Once the Winds of Winter actually comes, I'll resume then, on A Dance with Dragons. 😜

#ReadNosedReindeer @StayCurious +1
#WinterGames @Clwojick 🎉

StayCurious Gotta love those chunksters! +1 3y
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Friday night in with these snugglebugs as the #asoiaf read continues!! I started reading the series right after GOT ended so it‘s been nearly 6 months and I‘ve only got two books left!! Might not seem super impressive but these volumes are massive compared to my usual reads so I‘m pretty happy with the progress!! All I need is a cup of tea to make this night perfect! How‘s everyone else spending this chilly weekend?

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kelli7990
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I completed 3 books this month and I have books from this month that I‘m going to add to my November TBR because I won‘t finish them today.

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kelli7990
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I just finished reading #afeastforcrows today. This book ended on a cliffhanger. It didn‘t have as many interesting characters but I still liked the book and I‘m looking forward to reading #adancewithdragons in November because I will get to read chapters from characters that weren‘t in #afeastforcrows.

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kelli7990
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These other books should balance out being in the middle of the #asongoficeandfire series that I started because these other books are shorter. I haven‘t made progress in A Feast For Crows. That‘s the longest book here.

#currentlyreading

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Emhill
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Had a busy few days, got to catch up on my reading 📚

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Books_n_Whatnot
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All hail Arya Stark, the Queen of Power Moves
“Does he think to scare me? Arya kissed him where his nose should be and plucked the grave worm from his eye to eat it, but it melted like a shadow in her hand.

The yellow skull was melting too, and the kindliest old man that she had ever seen was smiling down on her.

"No one has ever tried to eat my worm before," he said. "Are you hungry, child?"
Yes, she thought, but not for food.”