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A Dance with Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5 by George R. R. Martin

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Summary

A Dance With Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5 by George R.R. Martin is the fifth book in the popular A Song of Ice and Fire series. The plot opens with Job Snow, who has become as 998th Lord Commander of the Night’s watch. Jon has his work cut out as he is facing difficulties with protecting the wall. He makes an alliance with the Wildings and lets them through the wall to protect them from the White Walkers and to defend the wall. This decision does not go down well with his own people. Determined to regain the north, Stannis Baratheon heads south to fight with Bolton’s forces.

Bran Stark’s vision lead him north to the wall to face the last children of the Forest and a three-eyed crow. He joins with a weirwood tree to connect with his father, Ned Stark in the past and with Theon Greyjoy in the present. Theon Greyjoy has been tortured into insanity by Ramsay Bolton. When Theon Greyjoy hears Bran Stark’s voice he regains his sanity. Meanwhile in Braavos Arya Stark is getting trained as an assassin in the House of White and Black to become a Faceless Man. She is able to pass all her tests and assignments for achieving her objective. She is admitted as an apprentice to the Faceless Men.

Review

A Dance With Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5 by George R.R. Martin comes six years after its predecessor novel in the series. The novel received positive reviews from the critics and readers. The author is able to meet the expectations and the build-up of the readers after this long wait. The mastery with which Martin drives the story forward in the backdrop of complex history and myth. The narrative is fast-paced and completely keeps the readers engaged till the end. Martin has weaved the plot with vast array of characters and readers will be able to related with each of the characters. The novel is an epic fantasy and will be highly enjoyed by the readers of the series. This is a must-read and should not be missed.

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