[Reading] ➶ A Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire #3, part 1 of 2) Author George R.R. Martin – Dolove.info

A Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire #3, part 1 of 2) The Seven Kingdoms Are Divided By Revolt And Blood Feud In The Northern Wastes, A Horde Of Hungry, Savage People Steeped In The Dark Magic Of The Wilderness Is Poised To Invade The Kingdom Of The North Where Robb Stark Wears His New Forged Crown And Robb S Defences Are Ranged Against The South, The Land Of The Cunning And Cruel Lannisters, Who Have His Younger Sisters In Their PowerThroughout Westeros, The War For The Iron Throne Rages Fiercely Than Ever, But If The Wall Is Breached, No King Will Live To Claim It Alternate Cover For ISBN

About the Author: George R.R. Martin

George R.R Martin was born September 20, 1948, in Bayonne, New Jersey His father was Raymond Collins Martin, a longshoreman, and his mother was Margaret Brady Martin He has two sisters, Darleen Martin Lapinski and Janet Martin Patten Martin attended Mary Jane Donohoe School and Marist High School He began writing very young, selling monster stories to other neighborhood children for pennies,

10 thoughts on “A Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire #3, part 1 of 2)

  1. says:

    I m seeing a lot of negative reviews about this book people complaining about a slow story line and a ridiculously cruel world where anyone can be killed off without a second thought My response is if you want a quick, happy clappy mushy book, you need to get yourself to the romance section Or even better, the young adult section My biggest pet peeve in books is

  2. says:

    Night falls for all of us in the end, and too soon for some Part 1 of A Storm of Swords was less exciting than it s companions I grew tired of most of the character s plot lines and couldn t get enough of others I especially love that we finally get introduced to the Tyrells and the Dornish people They definitely belong to my favourite characters and make all the ev

  3. says:

    Ich bewundere George R R Martin von Band zu Band mehr Das Worldbuilding ist grandios und detailverliebt Der Schreibstil gewohnt fesselnd Die Charaktere so einzigartig und echt Und vor allem wird es einfach nicht langweilig mehr ber alles und jeden zu lesen Ich bin einfach verliebt in diese Geschichte, in unsere Helden und Antihelden die witzigerweise f r jeden anders liegen un

  4. says:

    Better than the last book, not as good as the first Altogether an interesting story, but the pace of the series is very slow and if GRRM mentions one banner sigil, I m gonna lose it

  5. says:

    The world grows a little darker each day Still plowing my way through A Song of Ice and Fire Book 3 part 1 completed The plots thicken and intermix, a rising host of new characters to cause a stir are introduced and the battles between kings rages on Catelyn with Robb the King in the North fighting battle after battle Reeling from the knowledge concerning Winterfell and her two youngest s

  6. says:

    OKAY SO I M DONE PART 1 I feel a little intimidated since this is, um, a 600 page part one Oh gosh What have I done by getting so embroiled in this series THERE IS NO ESCAPE.But I m supposed to be reviewing this Right Let s get on with it A Storm of Swords so far has been waaaay better than A Clash of Kings It s faster More action More character development There haven t been many surprising or aw

  7. says:

    A Storm of Swords Steel and Snow A Song of Ice and Fire 3, Part 1 of 2 , George R.R Martin 2015 12 2015 1 3 3 1393 737 9786002910745 .

  8. says:

    Ne znam ja ni ta, D one Sne ni Ali svidja mi se pravac u kom ja e

  9. says:

    There is no way I would ever not love any of A Song of Ice and Fire s book Once I got obsessed with the first book and love the characters with all my heart, it will goes the same for all its successor But I have to admit that Part 1 of A Storm of Swords is a bit of slow paced even for a High Fantasy There are a lot of unnecessary chapters in which the POV dragged in pointless story line, and encounter all these bunch

  10. says:

    Why would the stars want to look down on such as me A Storm of Swords is definitely a lot slower than it s predecessors In this book, there s a sense everything is just on the verge of falling apart, like everyone is moving into position and soon there will be utter chaos So I enjoyed the scheming, the political machinations, the set ups and the lore that we get throughout this book but I also found parts of it quite slow

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