George R.R. Martin Message Board
Adam posts on 3/1/2006 9:38:51 PM
Oh, man, I really want to know what happens to Arya next. I mean, after what happened to her... well, her life is already complicated enough without her going blind.
But the characters I'm really curious about are Cersei, Jon, and Davos.
It looks like death is pretty much certain for Cersei, and we've heard rumours of Davos' death (I hope they aren't true), and Jon is stuck at the wall with Stannis and his creepy priestess, who probably don't have the best intentions in mind. I do hope he's okay, seeing as he's my favourite character and all.
House Oak posts on 2/22/2006 7:39:49 PM
I personally thought that the novel was a little above average. Although it didnt hold the main plot lines that everyone had really wanted to read, it allowed for new characters to be heard. I Felt that Brienne as well as Sam had the been the best within this particaular novel. As well as this i hope that Arya will have a major part in the next novel.
jaynepayne posts on 2/17/2006 12:13:39 AM
Did everyone else out there hound their local bookstore for A Feast and then feel a little dissapointed? I have a lot of faith in Martin but now I'm ready to have another coronary waiting to get the next one to see what all this crud means to the real characters of the story...Tyrion, Jon, Dany....
Lucid posts on 2/12/2006 10:26:42 PM
I am looking for a great fantasy series and I was wondering if anyone would recommend this author? Or any others?
Adam posts on 2/4/2006 10:11:07 PM
I have one thing to say in response to rumors that Jon is an heir to House Targaryen- I sincerely doubt it. I mean, after all, that would be way too predictable, and Martin's works are known to bend and defy those sorts of cliches.
Crazydog7 posts on 2/2/2006 11:56:12 PM
He had posted on his website in May that he was going with the spilt. Now was the split still a stupid thing to do? Course it was BUT he did tell people.
GM posts on 12/3/2005 2:26:42 PM
Yeah, yeah, the book's as good as the reviewers say. But it's a slap in the face for Martin's hard-core fans. I can't remember when I was as angry at a writer I admire as I was when I reached the last chapter of Feast and found out (spoiler alert) that after making us wait for years beyond the original announced date for this book, Martin decided to milk the situation even further -- without any warning to the readers -- by saving the most important plotlines for yet another volume. He says it will be out next year. Yeah, and if you believe that, you'll believe anything.
Frank posts on 11/22/2005 6:45:43 PM
Just a thought going through my head, if R and L happended that would make Jon a prince/king. Do you think Stannis Red Princess could use Jon's blood for her evil spells. Give me your thoughts on this.
complete loss posts on 10/25/2005 11:50:58 AM
GREAT! I have my book!! I've aleardy read some chapters. I don't want to ruin your reading, so I will not explain what happens. Enjoy yourselves!!
complete loss posts on 9/29/2005 12:27:24 PM
Wanna know more? Look for spoilers. I've read some in a russian web, about the dornish storyline...
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