Running parallel to the fourth book, A Feast for Crows, the latest addition to George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series picks up right where the action left off.
The war is over, but that doesn’t mean the battles are done. In fact, the fighting is fiercer than ever, each of the great houses desperate to secure their power over their enemies. In the south, plots are made to overthrow the king; in the east, the dragon queen struggles against her own people; on the oceans, rumors fly from ship to ship about gods and magic and the resurrected dead. [Read more…]