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A Feast for Crows: Book 4 of A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin

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A Feast for Crows: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 4 by George R.R. Martin is the fourth book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series. Cersei Lannister is surrounded by people in her court she does not trust. Her father is dead and she has been cheated by her two brothers. She is constantly worrying about the life of her young king-Tommen who is her son. She is overwhelmed by fear and makes questionable decisions and disreputable alliances. Jamie Lannister the once feared and famous knight now finds himself without a sword hand and as the head of guard for King Tommen. Jamie and Cersei are thinking differently. While Cersei’s thoughts are filled with secrets and deceits, Jamie’s thoughts are full of the bravery of the tales of knights and of valor.

Jamie requests the Brienne of Tarth to search for Sansa Stark who may be the last remaining child of Eddard Stark and Catelyn Tully. Brienne travels across the Westeros in search of Sansa. Sansa and Arya Stark the daughters of Eddard Stark are living in opposite sides of the world. Sansa is living in Eeryie as the illegitimate daughter of Petyr Baelish while Arya is in Bravoos, learning the ways of the Many-Faced God.

The appearance of Samwell Tarly of the Night’s watch is also an interesting part of the novel. These chapters along with the chapters on Arya Stark are some of the best part of the novel.


A Feast for Crows: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 4 by George R.R. Martin received mixed response from the critics and readers. It debuted at number one on the New York Times Bestseller List which is a rare feat. However, readers and critics feel that this is their least favorite book of the series. Many important characters are missing in this novel and the storytelling sometimes feels repetitive. However, the novel does take the story forward and sets it up for the next installment of the series. It is evident that Martin’s less than best is still entertaining and rewarding to read. The fans of the series should definitely read the book.

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