Tagged with ‘series’

A Dance of Dragons reprimer

That's maybe one of the small drawbacks of long-running book series, such as George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire.

I actually started reading the first book and putting it down after 20 pages or so. Not for me… And then I was stuck on a sailboat in the Turkish waters with nothing else to read… and read the whole book in record time. And then couldn't wait to get back home to place a little order for the rest of the books.

And then it became silent. It's been a while, so when the next book in the series is released in a week or so (I had completely missed this by the way) I think I'd better work through this helpful primer up on tor.com.


The sharp word.


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