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Prologue - A Feast for Crows
Forgot your password? Or sign in with one of these services. I don't really understand the prologue in this book. Is it Jaqen who kills Pate in the end? And why does Sphinx say that his name is Pate in the end?
I dont really understand the prologue in this book. Is it Jaqen who kills Pate in the end? And why does Sphinx say that his name is Pate in the.
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The novel was first published on October 17, , in the United Kingdom,  with a United States edition following on November 8, In May , Martin announced that the "sheer size" of his still-unfinished manuscript for A Feast for Crows had led him and his publishers to split the narrative into two books. A Feast for Crows was the first novel in the series to debut at number one on The New York Times Best Seller list ,  a feat among fantasy writers only previously achieved by Robert Jordan      and Neil Gaiman. The War of the Five Kings is slowly coming to its end. The secessionist kings Robb Stark and Balon Greyjoy have been killed. One claimant to the throne, Stannis Baratheon , has gone to fight off invading wildling tribes at the northern Wall, where Robb's half-brother Jon Snow has become the th Lord Commander of the Night's Watch , the order responsible for guarding the Wall.