Somebody had to do it . . . are you dancing with dragons?
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I just hope this time they'll publish the whole book as they've been doing with the reprints of the earlier parts of the series, and skip that "oh we're so going to scissor that into 3" extra-step, grrrrr...
I read Dance, cover to cover within a couple days of release, and it was good... honestly, it felt more like simply completing the half of the story that we were missing with Crows rather than really accomplishing anything new, but it was a solid continuation of the series!
Now here's hoping we don't have to wait another six years to find out what happens.
Ha ha I have a bad feeling about those pork pies ;)
It's like the story has been in a holding pattern for the last two books. Things SHOULD finally kick off again in the next novel but I'm finding it increasingly hard to see how the story can be wrapped up in just another two books.
I am resisting reading it now and waiting for at least one more book... especially considering that I am switching languages and I plan on rereading the previous ones...
I have just read the Selmy POV, with the story of Ashara, and I can't help but think she is Jon's mother.
Seven hells ! Where is sweet Sansa ? What is going on with Cat-ghost, Brienn, Jaime ?
My favorite character is by far Tyrion, and he has a lot of chapters in this book, for my greatest pleasure. GeorgeRRM never gets a character where he is supposed to go.
I really appreciate his way to describe the dragons. They are beasts, wild, but they can recognize names, people, they seem smart and soo dangerous. A bad step and you are cooked.
Is it just me or I have a lot of trouble to identify the different meerenese/astapori/yunkai people ? they have very similar names. It's funny, in a Quentin POV chapter, his friends has the same problem as me :)
I haven't finished the book, so there is some possibilities still, but I find it weird that Melisandre stays at the Wall. She knows something, she want to stay with Jon, something will happen. I think I have to finish this book TONIGHT !
Winter is coming !
(sorry for bad english)
As for the characters not seen in this book, mainly Sansa and Bran, I figure not much is happening with them to be worth writing about. I expect we'll see a lot about them in the next book.
I am also in favour of Jon Snow being the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar , but you know George, he may have something up his sleeve.
Perhaps part of the delay is finding something bad enough as a fate for Ramsay Bolton that George can write and not throw up all over the keyboard. I have not thought of anything myself.
Tyrion for King!
I have a problem with Ramsay Bolton now, when I read the book he was clearly 100% loathsome and I couldn't wait for him to meet a horrible end. But then the TV series cast Iwan Rheon in the role! (I apologise for my lowering the intellectual tone here by reference to the idiot box) Obviously the character is still evil but in an oddly charismatic way? Or is that just me....
I think that to put any recognizable human form on Ramsay would improve his status, especially the nice kid from "Misfits", but still, Ramsay is a truly Satanic being. you have to be morally strong and decide whether you have forgiven poor Theon as well. I'm still hoping RB dies of Dragon fire, an inch at a time.