A Feast for Crows

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A Feast for Crows
Author George R. R. Martin
Audio read by John Lee (2005)
Roy Dotrice (2011)
Country United States
Language English
Series A Song of Ice and Fire
Genre Fantasy
Published 2005 (Voyager Books/UK & Bantam Spectra/US)
Pages 753
ISBN 0-00-224743-7 (UK hardback)
ISBN 0-553-80150-3 (US hardback)
OCLC 61261403
813/.54 22
LC Class PS3563.A7239 F39 2005
Preceded by A Storm of Swords
Followed by A Dance with Dragons

A Feast for Crows is the fourth of seven planned books in A Song of Ice and Fire, a fantasy series written by George R. R. Martin. The book was first released on 17 October 2005 in the United Kingdom, and in the United States on 8 November 2005.

Like A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novel, and was also the first book in the series to get to the top of the New York Times bestseller list.

Translations[change | change source]

  • Bulgarian: Bard (2006): "Пир за Врани".
  • Croatian: Algoritam (2006): "Gozba vrana".
  • Catalan: (2012) "Festí de corbs".
  • Dutch: Luitingh (2006): "Een feestmaal voor kraaien".
  • Finnish: "Korppien kestit" (2007).
  • French: Hardcover: Pygmalion (2006-...): "Le chaos", "Les sables de Dorne", "Un Festin pour les Corbeaux".
  • German: Single volume, Fantasy Productions (2006): "Krähenfest" (to be released). Two volumes, Blanvalet (2006): "Zeit der Krähen", "Die dunkle Königin".
  • Hungarian: Alexandra (2007): "Varjak lakomája".
  • Italian: "Il Dominio della Regina" (Volume 1, 2006), "L'ombra della profezia" (Volume 2, 2007).
  • Polish: "Uczta dla wron".
  • Russian: "Пир стервятников".
  • Serbian: Laguna (2006): "Gozba za vrane".
  • Spanish: Gigamesh (2007): "Festín de Cuervos".

Awards[change | change source]

  • Hugo Award – Best Novel (nominated) – (2006)
  • British Fantasy Award – Best Novel (nominated) – (2006)
  • Quill Award – Best Novel (Science Fiction & Fantasy) (nominated) – (2006)