A Dance With Dragons by George R.R. Martin

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Format read: Paperback

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 6 out of 10

Plot: This fifth book of the series of The Song of Ice and Fire which mainly focuses on the characters whose stories were not told in A Feast For Crows

Opinion: While I liked this one more than the previous one, I did find it slow at times and difficult to keep straight all of the characters, particularly the ever-growing cast of characters in Meereen.  I am excited to find out what happens in the next book and hope that it comes out before I have a chance to forget the majority of the plot thus far!

Next book: Prophecies and the Third World War by Khandakar Shahryer Sultan



I know I haven’t posted on here in a little while.  That’s mainly because I’m still making my way through A Dance With Dragons.  It’s summer so I have more free time now to read.  I hope to get through A Dance With Dragons soon and then reading through books at a much more faster rate.  Ramadan is coming up and as usual I tend on focusing on Islamic books during this time, but I want to finish at least one more book before that time.