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A Dance With Dragons Thoughts

well i just now got to reading a dance with dragons and like a feast for crows, it took me about a month because i cared so little about what was happening in the book...it was better than a feast for crows just because i'll always take tyrion and dany and jon over fucking sam the craven (sam the slayer my ass, he killed one fuckin dude on accident pretty much, total fluke) and the few cersei chapters were really good i thought. but overall i think martin needs a fucking editor, or else he's gonna become a dirty r-rated version of robert jordan, and he's also probably gonna die before books 6 and 7. and lets say they get released...judging by the fact that the series was supposed to be a goddamn trilogy to begin with, what makes us think martin will stop at 7? once he dies he can get his neighbor to do prequels :D but seriously though this book wasnt terrible or anything its just i thought martin could do better.
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follow the blind
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