A Storm of Swords (Paperback)
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Short Description for A Storm of Swords The third volume of Martin's beloved fantasy saga that includes "A Game of Thrones" and "A Clash of Kings" continues the story of the battle for control over the Seven Kingdoms, as wars rage on and alliances are made and broken.
- Published: 15 September 2005
- Format: Paperback 1216 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780553573428 ISBN 10: 055357342X
- Sales rank: 127
Reviews for A Storm of Swords
- Top review
No problems with the print quality
So pleased that I decided to order this & not take notice of the negative comments. Have found no problems at all, & when checking the print size of the last 2 books, the size of the print is on a par with them, if not this one being slightly larger......& no smudging either.
Please don't pay twice the price for 2 separate volumes of this book; it's not necessary. by Janice Langsdaleunder review
Content is great, the quality of the book, not so much.
This book, unlike the other paperbacks in this series is really small. Like another reviewer pointed out, the quality of the print is pretty poor (hence the price), but my biggest gripe was just how small it was. Compared to A Game of Thrones and a Clash of Kings paperbacks, its about half the size, with the print horribly condensed to fit the pages and cut costs. Great book overall, horrible publication. by Conor Davidunder review
The print is fine..
I have this exact copy bought from this site, and the print quality is fine. I even breathed on the print and tried wiping it extra hard, no smudging at all!! So rest assured, it is perfectly fine :) by Angela Kingunder review
About the physical quality of the print
The book itself is great, if you're buying the third volume you already know that. Still, I recommend you do not buy this particular edition because, from my personal experience, the print is of very low quality, the ink smudges nearly on every page when you hold it and touch it with your fingertips. A newspaper is of better print quality than this, believe me! There are other editions from other publishing houses available - consider those if you don't want a one-time-one-use book. by Cojocaru Ruxandraunder review