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He has also posted GRRM’s descriptions for these three rulers, the Mad King Aerys II, Viserys the Beggar King, and Daenerys Stormborn with her dragons.
He has also posted GRRM’s descriptions for these two kings, Aegon V the Unlikely and Jaehaerys II.
Roz Kaveney has posted her interview of GRRM that she has written for Time Out. Misspelling Cersei’s name aside, it’s quite an interesting interview, although somewhat spoilerish. In particular, it contains a fascinating quote from GRRM when comparing Daenerys’s travails in A Dance with Dragons with those of another POV character in A Feast for Crows.
He has also posted GRRM’s descriptions for these two kings, Aerys I and his brother Maekar I.
Voyager UK, in partnership with Amazon.co.uk, is selling a limited edition of A Feast for Crows. Only 1,000 of these slip-cased, signed books will be made available. At the moment Amazon.co.uk is not yet taking pre-orders, but we will post again as soon as we learn that they are.
Guardians of Order has released a massive 64 page preview (zip file containing a pdf) of the A Game of Thrones RPG. The preview gives a sampling from a number of sections of the book, as well as some of the gorgeous original art that it contains.
He has also posted GRRM’s descriptions for these two kings, Aegon IV the Unworthy and his son (or maybe not, depending on who listen to) Daeron II the Good.
A Feast for Crows has now been shipping from Amazon.com, and is today officially available in bookstores. Go out and get it today!
He has also posted GRRM’s descriptions for these two kings, Baelor I the Blessed and Viserys II.
With A Feast for Crows now published in the U.S., something else is available as well: Random House’s unabridged audio CD read by John Lee. His reading has gotten high marks in the two reviews we’ve seen, and just to whet your appetite, Random House’s audio division has been kind enough to send us two excerpts from the audiobook.
He has also posted GRRM’s descriptions for these three kings, Aegon II, Aegon III and Daeron I, to his forum.
Marta Salja, books writer for the Detroit Free Press, has done an excellent job of both reviewing A Feast for Crows and profiling GRRM and the “A Song of Ice and Fire” fan community. If you’re part of the Brotherhood without Banners, you may even notice some familiar names…
Judging by our associates account, Amazon has started shipping out copies of the US edition of A Feast for Crows. So far only in small quantities, but if you haven’t ordered yet is definitely time to do so.
The Westeros network consists of several different sites, including a forum and a wiki, for all your A Song of Ice and Fire needs.