That's the only battle I remember being handled in real detail in the books. The rest are just covered in a who won, who lost, who died sort of generalization. I think Martin disliked the nuts and bolts approach to writing about battles, so they're almost all covered by a point of view by a character who is involved in either the planning or the aftermath and not in the fighting itself.
The Wall being attacked by the Wights and the the siege by Wildings
Martin does get pretty descriptive with the battles also, especially the various duels throughout the novels. I'm beginning to think you haven't read the novels at all.