75 in ’13: A Feast for Crows

YOU RUIN EVERYTHING, SIR. PLEASE MAY I HAVE ANOTHER.

For the nineteenth book in the challenge, I read A Feast for Crows, by George R. R. Martin. Perhaps unsurprisingly, I gave it five out of five stars.

I think my husband is becoming accustomed to my cursing at Mr. Martin. Not many books can make someone swear aloud, especially me. Most of the time my swearing at a book involves poor copy-editing/formatting or a particularly obvious plot hole, but in the case of this series, I am frustrated by the misery Martin puts his characters through. I want so badly for things to go well for certain of them, but then the story would be over. I can’t wait to read the next one for the other half of the characters’ stories.

I know, I know. I’m late to the party.

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We are a motley collection of cats, cranks, nerds, geeks, hobbyists, humorists, writers, caffeine addicts and one knitter. We have many offspring, but admittedly, most of them are imaginary.
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