A Feast for Crows - George R.R. Martin

A Feast for Crows

By George R.R. Martin

  • Release Date: 2005-11-08
  • Genre: Epic
  • Book: A Feast for Crows
A Feast for Crows book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 1,771 Ratings)

A Feast for Crows Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

A Feast for Crows is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • Great book

    By Dustyg123
    Great book love it
  • love learning about these characters

    By Toni FGMAMTC
    I still really liked this book. I'm invested in the characters and want to read about them more and more. But, this book is nowhere near as great as the others. Especially the way the last one ended I expected to be blown away by this one. I will definitely continue reading the series though.
  • Under rated and information heavy

    By pacellllll
    While this is by far the least loved of all the books, I admit that I too took my time in getting through it...once I reread it I was shocked that my impatience and excitement for the usual unexpected deaths, the company of mystery and lore was more prevalent and specific character POVs were the most important and story lines involving the greyjoy line, as well as Jamie are well worth the time it takes to muddle through this novel. It truly is well done and wildly unappreciated because it couldn't possibly be the epic mass destruction and madness that made A Storm of Swords such glorious fun to read....I still say this is a fantastic read. Arya and her subplot is to die for, and again I stress the awesomeness of learning more about the history of Pike and the religion of the Drowned God is too cool for words. So seriously, give it a chance, you'll be glad you did.
  • Gives me a book boner

    By Harjggfdhff
    It's that good
  • Worth the work of reading

    By PatrickETurner
    This book was by far the slowest read of the series so far, but it is still worth trouble. It does help paint a picture of what life is like throughout westeros that largely goes ignored when chapters are devoted to Jon, Dany and Tyrion. Parts were slow and I would go weeks between chapters for a little bit, but towards the end I was turning pages faster than Samwell in a library.
  • 4/5

    By StuFluff J.
    Overall this is a very good book that is almost impossible to put down! However, I writing this review so I say that there were many misspellings. Not sure if this is true in the original publication but I would want to go around claiming that a book of this size is free from typos. Again it was a very enjoyable read with a few minor issues!
  • Text choice

    By Cho66
    I enjoy the reading, but this reversed white text on black that I bought hurts my eyes. Is there any way to fix that?
  • Typos Galore

    By Smgrein
    I love this series. What I didn't love was the number of typos! I understand it's a long book, but come on! Very distracting. Otherwise, worth the read.
  • Underrated

    By Willabur
    Many will binge read this series and once finished with book 3 they will be so wrapped up in the story that the introduction of many new characters and POVs will throw them off a bit. I find it to be incredibly satisfying and integral to opening up the perspective of Westeros and across the Narrow Sea. I've read it twice now and the second time was better than the first. Between the soap opera that is Dorne, to the unexpected journey of Arya, to Brienne's quest and many other story lines, A Feast For Crows offers suspense, betrayals, and plot twists.
  • Feast for crows

    By Wcwelding
    Bloated and rambling, this story does not need so much filler and repetition. I am still a fan of the series both the books and GOT. I get that characters eat and void, and the sex is lacking in creativity.

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