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This book is has to be the nearest thing to a punch literature has to offer. For fans of the series let's not forget that the last book, Feast For Crows, was bad enough. It was a boring, tedious read, that resolved nothing of the characters we loved best from the suberb first three books, and and introduced chapters of characters who were massive plot anchors on the series.
Don't worry we were told, by Mr. Martin, I've got a manuscript sitting right here which has everything you are looking for. All the threads I left dangling would be tied up. That was what he claimed, six years ago. Instead, he swished around in his mouth, horked up a giant loogie onto a manuscript, and is… Read more