Review: I bought this book hoping to read about the Tales of Dunk and Egg which are based in A Song of Ice and Fire series. This book did not include this particular series but other stories instead. They're different ones from sci fi ones to darker stories. I'm not too fond of it but they were still written well enough. I found myself skipping through parts of the book though. Read more
Review: This is a really great read and I'm a little disappointed it only has four stars on here. This is Martin doing what he does best, creating a unique world and developing engrossing characters. And the ending was beautifully done, just beautiful. I don't even know if I have words to explain why, but the last three or four sentences really stuck with me.
I also found the motivations of the characters very believable, because people tend to do irrational things when issues of love or loyalt... Read more
Review: The Dragon Songs Saga is a different take on an alternate world. Expertly crafted and action-packed, it was hard to put the book down. Lots of twists and unexpected turns to the plot; the characters and storyline could rival Game of Thrones. Read more
Review: I had read the venom series before this too. They stand independently of each other with minimal cross over. This original book in the series drew me in but the next book was even more captivating. I can barely wait for the 3rd to come out next month with a possible 4th book in the fall! Read more
Review: I bought this anthology as a gift for my significant other who is enthralled with A Game of Thrones. The book was in good shape when it arrived, and is aesthetically pleasing to publicly display. The anthology seems really interesting as a whole. Definitely worth the buy. Read more
Review: Though Tyrion is one of my favorite characters, this was disappointing in that there was no new material - just quality quotes from Tyrion. Not a bad deal, just not what I expected. This might be a good coffee table book. Read more
Review: Don't hate on this please. But while I absolutely love the GOT books' storylines, characters, and scenes, which Gorge R.R. Martin so expertly and economically sets up, it's continually difficult for me to wade through the style of prose he's chosen to tell the tale. It just breaches the hokey line, in addition to the highbrow mark, a bit too often for my taste. But of course I read on. This world he's created is just too intriguing to stop. One just has to know what happens next. Read more