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Editorial Reviews. Review. Readers of epic fantasy series are: (1) patient--they Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Literature & Fiction .. George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones 5-Book Boxed Set (Song of Ice and Fire Series ): A. Editorial Reviews. Review. `When times are tough, there is no better distraction than these For the first time, all five novels in the epic fantasy series that inspired HBO's Game of Thrones are together in one eBook bundle. An immersive. Series: A Song of Ice and Fire (No. 1) There Eddard Stark of Winterfell rules in Robert’s name. There his family dwells in peace and comfort: his proud wife, Catelyn; his sons Robb, Brandon, and Rickon; his daughters Sansa and Arya; and his bastard son, Jon Snow.

There his family dwells in peace and comfort: Far to the north, behind the towering Wall, lie savage Wildings and worse—unnatural things relegated to myth during the centuries-long summer, but proving all too real and all too deadly in the turning of the season. Yet a more immediate threat lurks to the south, where Jon Arryn, the Hand of the King, has died under mysterious circumstances. All are heading for Winterfell and a fateful encounter that will change the course of kingdoms. Meanwhile, across the Narrow Sea, Prince Viserys, heir of the fallen House Targaryen, which once ruled all of Westeros, schemes to reclaim the throne with an army of barbarian Dothraki—whose loyalty he will purchase in the only coin left to him:

I got nothing from. I have no idea what I was supposed to pull from it. Two stars is for mildly interesting characters, mostly lacking real character development. View 1 comment. Jan 04, Kevin rated it it was amazing. Martine, is most lengthy book i've ever read. But is it worth the time? The book has a lot of content to take in, but it is mainly about different houses and powerful people fighting each other to sit on the mighty throne, while other danger approaches.

The story is also mixed with a fantasy element. While fighting for the throne is more based on reality, there is the undead, called night walkers, Approaching north of the wall. Oh, and did i mention, its al "A clash of kings" by George R. Oh, and did i mention, its always snowing all four seasons in the world of game of thrones, and summer actually last up to 7 years.

Meaning when winter come, only those who have enough resource can survive.

This is when the power of the houses really matters. And it is the coldest in the North, so people built a wall, separating the cold and the danger away from the rest.

And people called the Nights watch guard to walls, form wildlings scavengers and others sorts of evil One thing i liked about the book is that theres is really a lot of take in.

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It feels like a living and breathing world. The story is also narrated by different peoples viewpoint, and different location, instead on focusing on one main character. And it all makes sense when you connect them together. You know exactly what a character thinks and feels. However, the book is extremely graphic violence, sex etc. I give this book a 5 star because i really enjoyed reading it and the story, and despite the long read, the story always gets me reading on and on.

This book has great story and a huge roster of characters. I will recommend this book to all realistic fictions fans. View all 3 comments.

May 18, Mark rated it really liked it. Not as full of as many twists and turns as the previous entry in the series, but still a fantastic read. Martin is creating a new epic, and one I did not think I would be able to get sucked into.

The characters are all growing within the confines of the story, with the exception of say Sansa and she is still my most loathed character. However, I understand that we're supposed to find fault with her and her childish views when disaster and ruin are around us. I have every confidence th Not as full of as many twists and turns as the previous entry in the series, but still a fantastic read. I have every confidence that the author will redeem her in our eyes and she will grow as much as Jon, Bran and Arya have.

One criticism of this book was not enough Robb and too much Theon. However, there's still plenty of novels in the series in which to correct that. I'll be taking my sorbet of another book before launching into the next volume in this epic, but it's getting harder and harder to do so. May 27, Michelle rated it did not like it. I just cannot understand how this book has received such rave reviews. It is Harlequin Romance on crack. With one exception, all the good guys are very good, all the bad guys are very bad and all the bit players are interchangeable.

If you can't remember who is who among the Sers, don't worry, they all get cut down in the end. And the "love scenes"? This guys has a fetish for women taken roughly and against their will If I heard ab Who? If I heard about a glistening manhood once, I heard about it 1, times.

Maybe it was all the hype, but if this isn't the case of the Emperor has no clothes, I don't know what is. Lemmings, step away from the cliff and from this book. Sep 13, Missy rated it it was amazing. I'm already into the next one of the series. Kinda boring cover- Not so, the book. Each chapter features a character and each character is so richly portrayed. There are a wide wide range of people to fall in love with and a few despicable creeps to keep things exciting.

Plus, some of the characters are neither one nor the other, but some of both. It's a combo, new to me, bringing a historical fiction feel to pure believable f Fantastic! It's a combo, new to me, bringing a historical fiction feel to pure believable fantasy. I went through the whole spectrum of feelings. Did I cry? There were a lot of really great cultural interweaving.

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Dec 03, Nadine X rated it really liked it. And the rabbit hole goes deeper. Without spoiling anything, I'll just say that this series is becoming more complicated and intriguing by the book. At times it does feel convoluted, or at least, confusing. I had to re-read some sections several times, and there were many more characters introduced, which is kinda overwhelming.

However, there is a rich fandom and lots of websites dedicated to answering questions and discussing plot points. One shouldn't have to rely on that though.

That said thou And the rabbit hole goes deeper. That said though, I can't stop reading. This particular book had some major plot twists and revelations that have pulled me deeper into the series.

I have to see what happens next, how all of these characters paths cross, and where their roads will lead. View all 5 comments. Oct 18, James Lyon rated it it was amazing. I've been watching the TV series, and feared it would color or somehow negatively impact the reading experience.

It didn't. Martin's imagination and cosmology are fascinating. Sadly, they are firmly rooted in real human behavior and politics. But that is what makes it all the more gripping. Occasionally a bit too much telling and not enough showing, but the plot twists and character development more than make up for this. Couldn't put it down. Well done and close to the second season. Two down, and three or five to go. Che poi, a tradurli in italiano alla lettera o quasi sarebbero suonati tanto male?

Da qui prende il via una sequela impressionante di intrighi, manovre politiche, tragedie, vendette, passioni, scontri, lotte di potere e di religione, guerre. Astenersi in particolare animi troppo sensibili, amanti del lieto fine e paladini della giustizia.

Un consiglio: A volte sembra quasi che Martin si diverta nel distruggere le aspettative del lettore e nel far accadere proprio quello che mai si vorrebbe. Mai uno spiraglio di luce o di speranza, neppure per caso. Lo definirei sotterraneo, nascosto, serpeggiante.

Ovviamente senza aspettarmi un lieto fine, ma solo eventi nefasti e profondamenti ingiusti! Mr Martin is a god. Read the entire book in 6 days because I couldn't put it down. Enfrentei, todavia, alguns problemas com a leitura. Capricha tanto, que a leitura de sua obra muitas vezes se torna desinteressante, pois pouco caminha para frente.

E , acreditem-me: Dec 02, M. Harveland rated it it was amazing. Rarely do I give a five-star rating to a book. But, I feel that this one is well-deserving. The prose was well-written and easily devoured. Martin wrote in a straightforward style—each chapter highlighting a specific character whom the reader follows throughout the entire book. Though each chapter is written in first-person a POV that I generally dislike , the characters were developed with depth and sincerity.

Unlike some characters in first-person narratives, these have a feeling Rarely do I give a five-star rating to a book. Unlike some characters in first-person narratives, these have a feeling of authenticity because of their multiple layers.

In most narratives, protagonists and antagonists are generally archetypical. However, Martin creates such well-rounded characters that I often found that those I rooted for had disenchanting character flaws, while those I tended to oppose had redeeming qualities. At times, I questioned whether I was rooting for the correct family.

And typically, in most fantasies, villains are less intelligent or less cunning than the hero, which is not true in this book. The story is far from formulaic, and caught me off guard at particular moments when strong characters were killed off unexpectedly. The book plays off as historical fiction—until the fantasy elements come into play. The story would be just as excellent were the fantastical elements removed, but far less entertaining.

Though readers who enjoy fantasy or historical fiction would thoroughly enjoy this book, I would highly recommend it to anyone. Nov 25, Julie rated it it was amazing. How do authors do this? How do they come with this alternate world with all these complex story lines filled with war, love, hate lots of hate!

George Martin has done it all-blending the world as we know it with a new really old world of knights, castles, armor, lords and ladies, sword fights and war.

There are new words to learn, new ideas to wrap your mind around, and a story that keeps you guessing from the first page to the last. I can't say that I found this How do authors do this? I can't say that I found this book uplifting; the life of these people is hard and unforgiving.

But, you will get totally wrapped up the the storylines and you will be able to feel the battle scenes, and cheer people that sound like they are fighting for the right now, but could very well turn out to have fooled everyone, even you by their cold, scheming ruin of a person, a family, or a kingdom.

Every kind of character is here; the young who need to grow smart and street wise quickly to old unrelenting men who have a small crack of love and forgiveness in them. A fabulous book and story Oct 08, Tom rated it it was amazing. To start with, I'll say that this book blew me away.

The amount of characters in this book and the detail in the plot is amazing. At the back of the book, there is a huge list of characters in the main households in the book, but that still doesn't cover all of them. Unfortunately, this means that you could get confused, especially because many characters share similar or the same name. Still, it's hard to forget the main characters. I absolutely loved some characters and hated others, though To start with, I'll say that this book blew me away.

I absolutely loved some characters and hated others, though I wasn't always sure whether or not I was supposed to like the characters. This is not your average fantasy book. There are very little mythical beasts although they are mentioned and the combat isn't described in great detail most of the time. Why did it become so deadly to visit Valyria after the doom? This, in turn, helped GRRM to keep some secrets up his sleeves. A similar strategy ensues here, that the versions of history could always have a potential of political motivation or superimpositions over time.

And thus there is no commitment to any one of them. This helps in accommodating the changes in the narrative that could happen in the final two books of the ASOIAF series.

The new book also has its own added flesh. A more detailed look at the world of Valyria or the doom that the Targaryens could foresee would have been a pleasant surprise. It moves forward with the tales of future Targaryen generations that fought to retain control over the seven kingdoms brought together by Aegon the Conqueror.

And ahead into the civil war Dance of the Dragons that vanquished most of the dragons from Westeros and proved almost apocalyptic for the Targaryen dynasty. Eventually, Alicent has a grim and lonely fate waiting for her.

The book has been published by Bantam Books on November 20, You can purchase the book on Amazon. As we wait for the finale of the showstopper called Game of Thrones, Martin has thrown a big pile of backlog at everyone interested. What are your views about this historical addition to Westeros? Talk to us in the comments.

As Geroge R. So what are we getting this year? The first volume of Fire and Blood , is all set to arrive this year, and now George has revealed the release date, cover, and a few more interesting bits.

Read on! Check out the cover of the book, below:. Read more about it in my blog post: Fire and Blood, Volume 1, or as the full title goes, Fire and Blood: So how much of Targaryen action are we getting? Oh, and there are dragons too. Lots of dragons. What do you think? Talk to us in the comments, down below! Game of Thrones ends with Season 8 in On the other hand, the series of books on which it is based, A Song of Ice and Fire , is yet two volumes away from finishing.

The show has already surpassed the story-line of the books, and we were expecting the next book, The Winds of Winter to come out this year, but a recent announcement by author George R. George recently gave an update on his Not a Blog , about the upcoming Fire and Blood book, the first volume of which is arriving this year. Speaking of Winds of Winter in the post, he said:.

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