With a great story and well-defined characters, ‘A Feast for Crows’ brings to light themes that portray the effect of war on society. It expands the world of Westeros and Essos and defines it through the eyes of many minor characters.
Though many people tag ‘A Feast for Crows’ as the weakest book in A Song of Ice and Fire, it is a crucial part of the entire series.
‘A Feast for Crows’ uses quotes to express the thoughts and emotions of characters as they try to survive in a brutal and unforgiving world.
‘A Feast for Crows’ brings a spectacularly different approach to the World of Westeros and Essos. It expands the scope of the previous stories by using new characters and defining them based on the events unfolding. A chunk of the story got cut out, making many primary characters not appear.
‘A Feast for Crows’ explores the elusive characters in A Song of Ice and Fire. It brings some of its secondary characters to the forefront of the events occurring and shows how their actions and decisions push the story forward.
Taking off right after the events of ‘A Storm of Swords,’ ‘A Feast for Crows’ introduces a new dimension to a world of intense political struggle.