A Dance with Dragons release date

After years of waiting for the highly anticipated book five in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, a release date has finally been set for A Dance with Dragons. The date is July 12, 2011.

George confirms it himself on his Web site.

It’s been a few years since I read A Feast for Crows, so I’m hoping I can remember what all has happened. I don’t have time to go back and read them all.

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2 thoughts on “A Dance with Dragons release date”

  1. I can remember what happened in A Feast for Crows: nothing.

    Ok, that’s not fair. A couple of things happened at the very, very end, but as series entries go, I bet if someone jumped right from Storm of Swords to Dance with Dragons they’d only be slightly lost.

    I have high hopes for Dance, but Feast’s low plot density really hurt my confidence in the series.

  2. Eric, it’s hard to disagree with you on that. You would think Dance would be good after all the time he has supposedly spent on it.

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