Been reading A Feast for Crows.
Cersei's chapters are a real treat; it's really like watching a trainwreck. I love that George felt not obligation to make her likable, and that she really is as awful as she comes off in others' chapters, maybe even worse. It makes for a nice contrast to Jaime's PoV in the 3rd book; which in a way redeems him; since we learn that he really isn't as awful as he comes off in the first two books. He's actually pretty downright likable by the end of the 3rd books, and one of my favs in the 4th book. He's almost like a less naive Eddard, with a touch of Tyrion's wit.
Anyway, I'm around page 700 now, and there's about 200 pages left. I can see why some people think that nothing happens in the book, and while I don't think "nothing" happens, there isn't really a lot of major events. Also the Arya in the House of Black & White chapters are amazing.
Also started At the Mountains of Madness. I forgot how dense Lovecraft's prose can be. Still good to be reading Lovecraft again.