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But I didn't feel the need to look back at the map much so it wasn't that. I have read the first 3 on my Kindle. As Helen said theres no real need to refer to the maps so no difference from reading a paper copy. I've read the first two on my kindle. I didn't know the maps were there until after I had finished the first book, and never needed to refer to them.
P, I'm still going on my Kindle so far. It's perfectly fine.
I find that the geography is mapped out in the story well enough not to need a visual aid. It's not confusing at all; due to the extensive detail in the books, Westeros and the Free Cities get plotted out quite nicely inside ones own mind. Kindle works fine but you can always look at this for extra visual aid - http: The map isn't necessary but I always like looking at them when I read epic fantasy.
I've read all of them on my kindle, and i'm half way through the re-read of games May 12, Read the first three on Kindle and didn't have a problem at all.
I agree with what everyone else has said - I have read them all on the Kindle and found it fine. The writing style is so descriptive that I have an understanding of where all the locations are in regards to one another. It's great to read it on Kindle. Read the first four and compared with the paperback editions, with the tiny letters, it was a great improvement, just in practical terms.
Helen wrote: When I read a book you can actually see how much of the book you have to read, with a Kindle I don't think its like this. On the Kindle you can't actually see how much you have to read unless you press one of the buttons at the bottom to see how many pages are left. With this function on the Kindle I stop reading only when I can feel myself falling asleep, as I usually read before I go to sleep.
With a book I kind of succumb to a mental block looking at how much left of a book I have to read. Kindles are a lot lighter than a book, a lot thinner, and you don't lose your page when you switch it off, with a book you can't do this.
I would recommend a Kindle against a book anytime. I would give it a try, you may find out that you become a member of the Kindle club. May 13, I read the entire series on my Kobo and it's just fine.
Highly addictive series that necessitated the recharge of Kobo's batteries, but I did that while I either worked or slept! The only thing is I would have liked to have a larger copy of the map of Westeros and the various kingdoms and lands.
If anyone out there knows where I could print one out, let me know! JulieLaLa wrote: The only thing is Addictive and epic books: There was a recommended wiki from another forum post.
Beware for those that havent read all the books as theres spoilers on characters pages.
The maps pages are really good. May 14, Cat wrote: And found my mind wondering a lot So I had my husband download me the whole series in paperback.
Now I am finding myself paying attention more and enjoying it a lot more. I feel that some books are worth reading in paperback form Also there is an appendix in the back of the book that helps keep all the characters "organized". I found it a pain to deal with that in kindle form.
May 17, I read them in paper form first, then loaned the books and never got them back, but that's okay, as long as they have a good home. I then re-downloadd them from site, and read them again on my iPad don't have kindle.
I didn't find it terribly difficult to read them this way. To be fair, there are quite a few people who claim that the iPad gives them terrible eyestrain. Lots of violence, blood, incest, rape. All the deadly sins! My husband had been watching from the beginning. So I binge-watched and was hooked. Definitely worth it to watch!!
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