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I have tried to shield most of them from view, but dont get mad at me if one of them burns you. With this book, it was bound to happen. This one was a real mudfight. Between me, myself and I. It took me a week to finish this book because the three people in my head needed to have it out after every chapter and big moment and would not shut up. Needless to say this is going to be a bit of a mixed review.

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I have tried to shield most of them from view, but dont get mad at me if one of them burns you. With this book, it was bound to happen. This one was a real mudfight. Between me, myself and I. It took me a week to finish this book because the three people in my head needed to have it out after every chapter and big moment and would not shut up. Needless to say this is going to be a bit of a mixed review. Opening these books is like walking into a forest and picking up a handful of dirt, letting it run through your fingers as you start on one of the hundred paths you know are waiting.

After six years, it was a thrill to let it envelope me, and at least at first, I was totally fine just letting myself be guided unresisting through the scenery. I also think that this book has a lot of really good things to say about politics, law, war, and the realities of being a ruler or a subject. The first few chapters seemed like a treatise on how fragile the foundations of law are, and in particular international law of any kind.

GRRM shows everyone still scrambling from the disasters of Storm of Swords, trying to find some way to survive, after all existing law and order has disappeared. Aside from his squirm inducing descriptions of battle wounds, entrails hanging in bushes, and flies crawling out of eyeballs which, if nothing else, will not let anyone reading forget what war is, GRRM is excellent at showing how the cycle of conflict never, never, ever ends.

The kids die and these old men linger on and on, cherishing plots within plots in hopes of revenge for events that occurred thirty years before. Peace and war mean nothing next to utopia and imperfections- waiting for it all to turn out just the way they planned is their ultimate payoff for years of humiliations and insults.

Old men with all their eggs in one basket ar terrifying. The last chapter of this book was, ultimately, one of the more satisfying though not as much as it could have been, see below things in the book- view spoiler [ as Varys, poor, forgotten old still powerful, connected Varys who no one could ever entirely control comes out of nowhere.

But someone forgot to tell that to the Seven Kingdoms. I am a big fan of dropping Life Happens into carefully plotted stories. Just because. I also liked that this book was an up close and personal look at all the stuff that King Robert was whining about in the first book- winning a kingdom is relatively easy compared to holding it. Winning is hammers and glory and a single purpose, holding is compromising and trudging your feet in the mud to get one inch of what you really want done.

Plus, ruling every day is boring and almost universally depressing. The wages of winning wars are getting what you wish for, over and over again, and finding out that what you wish for is just going to make someone else want to kill you as much as you wanted to kill the guy before.

This is a necessary book in an epic that is really, in the end, thousands of pages about the nature of war and kings. There are so many types of wounds, from so many different times and places, and Martin manages to show them all everything from that excellent moment where view spoiler [Tyrion slaps Penny, which kind of broke my heart a little to the disturbing, hard to read Reek chapters hide spoiler ].

Do I think that his sprawling, ungainly cast of characters were all necessary? Do I think that we needed two books like this? But for now, this is an extremely effective book about how surreal, insane and mindboggingly awful war is. That works for me. All right, now we come to the not-so-good to bad areas. Unfortunately, there were quite a few of these.

This is an odd occurrence. One of his strong points is generally how character focused these books are. And then he took an overly long time to tell me about their classification. Tyrion is perhaps the exception, and there are several moments that defied this, such as the view spoiler [ killing of Janos Slynt, the chapter where the Dorne kid gets burned up, a moment where Barristan Selmy wrestles with his service of Robert hide spoiler ], these felt real.

Because they were sudden, made sense with characterization, had complex history and motivations behind them, and told me all I needed to know.

But with the exception of the view spoiler [Slynt part hide spoiler ], he took ten unnecessary chapters to lead up to one good moment.

Aside a few moments and Tyrion, Martin tears down any other motivation someone might have for something. Did he view spoiler [ maybe take this back with the last chapter? With Varys and his long cherished belief in the prince? Or showing me and then telling me later, which was almost worse.

I mean, I have so many questions. For example, why is it that everyone who is beautiful must be punished? I understand the skin deep thing and beauty is definitely a tool in the power game that can be taken away from someone, but why is it that it always, always must be wrong?

That social rank is all trappings? And yet, there seemed to be little point other than that. Or at least why I do, in large part. Because of his insistence on breaking down delusions and tales and attempting to retell legends with a dose of messy reality. The biggest symbol of this seemed to be his ability to deal with the most difficult reality of all: death.

Fantasy and sci-fi genres have a lot of tools at their disposal to ensure that main characters never need to face this permanently. He chose to insist on it, quite effectively, starting right away in GoT. Guys like Joe Abercrombie and Scott Lynch and all the rest. Jon gets stabbed at the end of the book, but after all the false cliffhangers and people returned from the dead, who reading this ACTUALLY believes he is dead?

Nor that Daenerys is in any danger. Nor that Ned or Rhaegar are dead, either. Okay, Ned probably is, but at this point, why not? Just getting too attached to characters and exercising his powers as God to bring back anyone he regrets killing now?

I was in my early teen years when I started these books. They shaped my idea of what awesome fantasy was in a lot of ways since they got me so young and impressionable. I mean, I did try to put myself in his shoes.

Hence view spoiler [ those silly cliffhangers at the end of each chapter, and the amount of people getting brought back from the dead. He wrote on his blog constantly about untangling the Meereenese knot. And the thing is.. I think he wrote about the knot itself. Is that what I just paid for? After pages of doing that in the last book? Just to stall. So GRRM is just a normal fantasy writer now. His methods and plotting is no longer vanguard, different, or really, much above average for the genre.

Says a lot about the quality of at least the first three books, or at least my experience of them. Just not enough times.

Not nearly enough times.

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I have tried to shield most of them from view, but dont get mad at me if one of them burns you. With this book, it was bound to happen. This one was a real mudfight. Between me, myself and I. It took me a week to finish this book because the three people in my head needed to have it out after every chapter and big moment and would not shut up. Needless to say this is going to be a bit of a mixed review. Opening these books is like walking into a forest and picking up a handful of dirt, letting it run through your fingers as you start on one of the hundred paths you know are waiting.

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