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Favorite authorsRobert Jordan, George R. R. Martin, Terry Pratchett, Patrick Rothfuss, J. K. Rowling, Marquis de Sade, J. R. R. Tolkien, Gene Wolfe (Shared favorites)


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I think I'm on page 400 something right now in Feast. Like you, work and other obligations keep me busy at night, and I don't get as much time as I would like to just sit and read, so for Martin's books, sometimes it's slow going before I get to the end. I've heard A Dance with Dragons should be coming out this fall, but the release date keeps getting pushed farther back. It's a bit of a guessing game at this point.

I need to review the entire ASOIF series. I post most of my reviews on my personal site. I did review A Storm of Swords ( but I need to go back and review the first two, and then A Feast for Crows when I finish it.

Always nice to find other fans of Martin. I still have A Feast for Crows left to read in ASOIF. I'm about half-way through it now. How did you like it?

And of course, you have to love Tolkien. I see you have him listed among your favorites.

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