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A Dance with Dragons


Dubbed "the American Tolkien" by "TIME" magazine, Martin has earned international acclaim for his monumental cycle of epic fantasy. Now the #1 "New ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. Hardcover, Bantam Books, 2011


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    Fine/Like New

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    Description: Fine in fine dust jacket. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With...

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  • 2. Hardcover, Bantam Books, 2011


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    Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Fantasy. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall....

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  • 3. Hardcover, Spectra, 2008


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    Description: As New/As New. 6.5" x 9.5" Tall 0553801473 Signed by Author...

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    Description: Very Good. 0553801473 > SIGNED by Author. > DJ > First edition...

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  • 5. Hardcover, Bantam Books, 2011


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    Description: Jeffrey L. Ward (endpaper and interior maps) As New in As New...

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Reviews of A Dance with Dragons

Overall customer rating: 4.800
Glenn C

Another Brilliant Martin Book

by Glenn C on Mar 13, 2014

Can't put this down, any more than the preceding four. Can't wait for number six. Brilliant, "living" characterizations. More

William  E

End it already!

by William E on Oct 13, 2011

HBO's amazing production of Game of Thrones fired my desire to read George R. R. Martin's opus magnus "The Song of Fire and Ice," purchased through Alibis, of course. So, when the fifth book "Dances with Dragons" became available, I jumped on it--and found it to be an unsatisfactory ride. All of ... More


Back to intrigue

by Ellyb on Aug 7, 2011

I would say this volume is more satisfying than Feast for Crows, but that may simply be because it finally catches us up on the lives of Dany Targaryen, Jon Snow, Tyrion Lannister, and Bran Stark. The tone is fairly similar to Feast. There are few game-changing events here. Instead we see Dany ... More

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