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Good, but not as well as it's predecessors,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire) (Taschenbuch)
The prequels of this book definitively have been page-turners of the "I might miss something, if I don't read on, the story is just so fast paced" kind, so Martin had to live up to the highest expectations. Well, he didn't quite make it.
"Feast for Crows" is one of those "in between" books. Martin knots a few (well many, actually) loose ends before a timeshift of some years planned to occur between the fifth (A Dance with Dragons) and sixth (The Winds of Winter) installment of the series, if rumors are correct. Doing this, Martin slows the pace quite a bit. He weakens his grip on his technique of subjective story-telling by introducing one shots. There are even a few (minor) blunders in his writing and prologue and epilogue, especially, feel like they have been added without any revision.
Still, it's a gripping work. The continued storylines of Jamie, Cersei, Arya are definitely worth reading. Even Sansa finally makes it from totally dumb damsel to ... hmmm, let's call it ... not completely dumb damsel. And the dornish storyline adds quite a bit of nice flavor, too.