Tag Archives: George R. R. Martin

The Hall of the Lame Wolf

Spoiler Check: I am about one-third of the way through Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel. Not that spoilers are much of a consideration in the context of a novelisation of well-known historical events.  Not everything I read is SF or fantasy. Wolf … Continue reading

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Too late Roy

All I can say is that I’m glad I didn’t wait for the Roy Dotrice recording of A Feast for Crows to come out on Audible. Random House are releasing it on 15 December and it will presumably be available … Continue reading

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A Waltz with Dragons

Spoiler Check: I have completed Chapter 38 of A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin A Dance with Dragons started off as a bit of a stately Waltz with Dragons. At first it looked to be nothing much more … Continue reading

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The Herbert Experiment

Book synchronisation crisis resolved. I finished A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin on Kindle with a little of my current audiobook, Reamde by Neal Stephenson, still to go. This means that when I have polished off the final … Continue reading

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Finished the Feast

Spoiler Check: I have completed “A Feast for Crows” by George R.R. Martin It was a pretty meagre feast at that. Barely an amuse bouche. What has me completely baffled is the final chapter, if it can be called that, … Continue reading

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Pointless book synchronisation

I have a pointless book synchronisation issue. I am 3 hours away from finishing Reamde by Neal Stephenson as an audiobook (Audible.co.uk) and meantime have 17% of A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin still to go on my … Continue reading

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Avoiding the Void

My first foray into Peter F. Hamilton has proved to be something of a false start. When I ran out of Wheel of Time books, it seemed a good idea to give fantasy a rest and find some quality mainstream … Continue reading

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