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The series, A Song Of Ice And Fire, narrates an epic fantasy story that is set in Westeros and Essos, two separate continents that share an ancient history and are linked by a common dynasty. The first two novels trace the events in Westeros after the death of the last king of the Targaryen Dynasty. The third book is set in the continent of Essos, where the last known descendant of the Targaryen line, Daenerys Targaryen, slowly rises to power.

The whole series traces the power struggle for the Iron Throne of Westeros, with various factions staking claim to it.

In the fourth book, A Feast For Crows, the War of the Five Kings finally draws to an end. Most of the main disputants for the Iron throne are dead. Jon Snow, the alleged son of Eddard Stark, has now become the Commander of the Night watch. In the absence of King Stannis Baratheon, Joffrey’s eight year old brother, Tommen Baratheon, is now the ruler of King’s Landing, watched over by his mother Cersei Lannister.

The manuscript of A Feast for Crows was so huge that the author was compelled to split it. He decided to split the novel geographically rather than chronologically. For this reason, A Feast For Crows and A Dance With Dragons trace events that take place simultaneously, but in different locations. In A Feast For Crows, the story focuses on the happenings in Westeros, the Riverlands, Dorne, King’s Landing, and the Iron Islands. The events in Essos, Winterfell, and the Wall are covered in A Dance With Dragons.

Cersei Lannister finally realizes her dreams of power as she is now the factual ruler of King’s Landing. She is not as skilled in administration as she is in intrigue and makes many ill-advised moves, making many enemies in the process, leading to her own downfall. The book also follows the events in the Riverlands, the Eyrie, Iron Islands, and Dorne. This book also covers a part of the story of Arya Stark in the East. The rest of her story is covered in the next book.

About the Author
George Raymond Richard Martin
(George R. R. Martin) is an American writer who is known for his works in the genres of fantasy, horror, and science-fiction.

Other books by George R.R. Martin include Dying of the Light, Fevre Dream, Hunter’s Run, A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords and A Dance With Dragons.

Martin was born in 1948 in New Jersey. He was against the Vietnam War and did alternate service with the organization, VISTA. Martin graduated with a degree in journalism in 1970 from the Northwestern University. His science-fiction stories were first published in the 1970s. His first story, With Morning Comes Mistfall, was nominated for the Hugo and the Nebula awards. He later began to work in the television industry. He was one of the writers for the Twilight Zone revival on CBS. He has also worked on other television projects and as a book series editor. His book, Nightflyers, was adapted into a movie. In 1991, he began the epic fantasy series, A Song of Ice And Fire. Martin, who has been married before and divorced, married again in 2011. Martin and his wife Parris are both animal rights activists, and they are supporters of New Mexico’s Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary.

 

Specifications of A Feast for Crows - Book 4 of A Song of Ice & Fire (English) (Paperback)

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Author George R. R. Martin
Book Details
Publisher HARPER COLLINS PUBLISHERS
Publication Year 2006 December
ISBN-13 9780006486121
ISBN-10 0006486126
Language English
Edition New Ed
Binding Paperback
Number of Pages 864 Pages
Dimensions
Width 4.30 inch
Height 2.00 inch
Depth 2.44 inch
Weight 477 g
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★★★★★
★★★★★
16 May 2012
Unexpectedly Awesome

After reading the reviews given by the other customers, I had actually expected this book to be a sore disappointment. However, I am glad to tell you all that that is not the case with the book. Many of the readers might have been disappointed due to the absence of the more liked characters such as Tyrion Lannister, Daenarys Targaryen and Jon Snow. However, I didn't find that to be a hindrance of any sorts, mainly because the plot in this book revolves around King's Landing, Braavos and Dorne, none of where these characters are present. The form of writing and the storyline is still as sple... ()

After reading the reviews given by the other customers, I had actually expected this book to be a sore disappointment. However, I am glad to tell you all that that is not the case with the book. Many of the readers might have been disappointed due to the absence of the more liked characters such as Tyrion Lannister, Daenarys Targaryen and Jon Snow. However, I didn't find that to be a hindrance of any sorts, mainly because the plot in this book revolves around King's Landing, Braavos and Dorne, none of where these characters are present. The form of writing and the storyline is still as sple...
After reading the reviews given by the other customers, I had actually expected this book to be a sore disappointment. However, I am glad to tell you all that that is not the case with the book. Many of the readers might have been disappointed due to the absence of the more liked characters such as Tyrion Lannister, Daenarys Targaryen and Jon Snow. However, I didn't find that to be a hindrance of any sorts, mainly because the plot in this book revolves around King's Landing, Braavos and Dorne, none of where these characters are present. The form of writing and the storyline is still as splendid as it was in the previous book's except at some places where it got boring, but it just went further to make it more interesting.
Trust me, if you're going for the story and not the characters, this book will certainly appeal to you.

7 of 7 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
04 Apr 2013
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Review: Quality of the book

All the reviews point out the content of the book which I am not going to touch upon here.
The review is about the quality of the book.

This is a paperback version as suggested and that of lower quality paper.The paper feels rough and has that tinge of yellowish colour to it which shows the quality of the paper (At 340 Rs. you would already be expecting that).
The book is about 2 inches thick and is uncomfortable to hold (similar to the clash of kings). It's heavier as well and will eat a lot of space in your travel bag (The Harper voyager could have split this book as well).

Verdict :
T...
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All the reviews point out the content of the book which I am not going to touch upon here.
The review is about the quality of the book.

This is a paperback version as suggested and that of lower quality paper.The paper feels rough and has that tinge of yellowish colour to it which shows the quality of the paper (At 340 Rs. you would already be expecting that).
The book is about 2 inches thick and is uncomfortable to hold (similar to the clash of kings). It's heavier as well and will eat a lot of space in your travel bag (The Harper voyager could have split this book as well).

Verdict :
T...
All the reviews point out the content of the book which I am not going to touch upon here.
The review is about the quality of the book.

This is a paperback version as suggested and that of lower quality paper.The paper feels rough and has that tinge of yellowish colour to it which shows the quality of the paper (At 340 Rs. you would already be expecting that).
The book is about 2 inches thick and is uncomfortable to hold (similar to the clash of kings). It's heavier as well and will eat a lot of space in your travel bag (The Harper voyager could have split this book as well).

Verdict :
The book is good for a one time read. If you are reading this then you are already a fan of "A song of ice and fire" and this book is inevitable. Having said that, this perhaps will be a long read as Dance with the Dragons runs parallely with this and has more interesting characters...(both start just after the storm of swords)

4 out of 5 as I can't rate any lower for any book of the Song.....

Enjoy the read!

5 of 6 users found this review helpful.
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★★★★★
08 Mar 2012
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Book four in the song of fire and ice

An un-forseen health condition rendered me to take bed rest for a week. Which gave me ample of time to finish the fourth part of Song of Fire & Ice.

I had mixed reactions after finishing the book. The book ended rather abruptly which makes you feel the story was not yet complete, reading the afterword the author agreed with me. He was of the view rather then moving linearly with the timeline, he preferred to move linearly based on character POV's. Hence we see a lot POV's for Cersei, and Jaime Lannister, The maiden of Tarth, Sansa Stark, and a bit of Samwell Tarly. However no word on T...
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An un-forseen health condition rendered me to take bed rest for a week. Which gave me ample of time to finish the fourth part of Song of Fire & Ice.

I had mixed reactions after finishing the book. The book ended rather abruptly which makes you feel the story was not yet complete, reading the afterword the author agreed with me. He was of the view rather then moving linearly with the timeline, he preferred to move linearly based on character POV's. Hence we see a lot POV's for Cersei, and Jaime Lannister, The maiden of Tarth, Sansa Stark, and a bit of Samwell Tarly. However no word on T...
An un-forseen health condition rendered me to take bed rest for a week. Which gave me ample of time to finish the fourth part of Song of Fire & Ice.

I had mixed reactions after finishing the book. The book ended rather abruptly which makes you feel the story was not yet complete, reading the afterword the author agreed with me. He was of the view rather then moving linearly with the timeline, he preferred to move linearly based on character POV's. Hence we see a lot POV's for Cersei, and Jaime Lannister, The maiden of Tarth, Sansa Stark, and a bit of Samwell Tarly. However no word on Tyrion, very little on Daenerys Targaryen and the basterd Snow. Cersei unlike her brother does not garner any reader sympathy, infact she is the perfect self centered bitch who unleashes a monster. Brienne was a little annoying with her holier then thou attitude, but made up with her ninja skills. Arya Stark's character undergoes quite a drastic change, and I feel we might see some action at her end before the saga completes.

Coming from the third book, this book moves at a much slower pace, with almost no action to speak of apart from Brienne's various skirmishes. Cersei's political shenanigans were uninspiring, although Littlefinger's political japes could pass off as somewhat witty. Brandon Sanderson's take on medieval politico in Elantris is a good example of a witty to & fro. The author promised in the afterword that the next chapter would arrive after a year (published finally after a gap of 5 years). This was my least favorite book of the series so far, but in no way was it bad. Just that predecessors set the benchmark too high. I would have given the book 3.5 stars if I could.

4 of 5 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
18 Sep 2011
Disappointed

Compared to the preceding three books in the series, the fourth one feels like a prolonging attempt by the author very similar to the Saas-Bahu soap operas.

The major characters from the first three novels are "felt" missing even though their names/dialogues do pop up once in a while (and no I am not talking about the characters on the wall or in the free cities, I know that they are dealt with in the "The Dance with Dragons").
Westeros wasn't a familiar place in this novel and if one can contain onself with the storyline till the 3rd book.

2 of 3 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
12 Jan 2012
And We go on and on

The book doesnt seem to end.... i'm not only talking about the pages but the story line... it drags on leaving more loose ends.
Some places its interesting but the reader need to put up with a good 100 pages of mundane nuisance to reach that point.
There are too many characters, some important characters from previous books are left out in this book ( i know the author plans to cover them in yet another book)...but as a reader who has read all the prior books, I am interested in a book with a defined storyline not the manuscripts that the author experiments with.
All in all... i have read...
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The book doesnt seem to end.... i'm not only talking about the pages but the story line... it drags on leaving more loose ends.
Some places its interesting but the reader need to put up with a good 100 pages of mundane nuisance to reach that point.
There are too many characters, some important characters from previous books are left out in this book ( i know the author plans to cover them in yet another book)...but as a reader who has read all the prior books, I am interested in a book with a defined storyline not the manuscripts that the author experiments with.
All in all... i have read...
The book doesnt seem to end.... i'm not only talking about the pages but the story line... it drags on leaving more loose ends.
Some places its interesting but the reader need to put up with a good 100 pages of mundane nuisance to reach that point.
There are too many characters, some important characters from previous books are left out in this book ( i know the author plans to cover them in yet another book)...but as a reader who has read all the prior books, I am interested in a book with a defined storyline not the manuscripts that the author experiments with.
All in all... i have read enough of sequels to this series... a big disappointing and highly irritating.

2 of 5 users found this review helpful.

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